The Class of 2022.5 and their guests faced down record cold for Feb Celebration this past weekend. In order to deliver a special day, groups across the College rallied to pull off an adjusted ceremony with a ski down on campus.
In a New Yorker column, Schumann Distinguished Scholar Bill McKibben invites us to widen our imaginations on what sustainable energy and economies might look like, beyond recent breakthroughs in fusion technology.
In this Insider report, Laurie Essig—gender, sexuality, and feminist studies professor— comments on the potential consequences and limitations of posting videos of street harassment on platforms like TikTok.
The historic conviction of Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and one other codefendant for seditious conspiracy has implications for free speech and the future of the militia movement in the U.S. Amy Cooter, senior research fellow at the Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism explains in the Conversation.
Ali Salem ’16 and associate film professor Ioana Uricaru are honing their film production capabilities with two prestigious fellowships: the Sundance Institute Producers Intensive and the PGA Create Lab of the Producers Guild of America. Their collaboration, The Swim Lesson, follows a college professor’s wife as she develops a secret friendship with a student who accused her husband of sexual misconduct.