Elle Murata ’17 shared her dual experience as a patient and researcher in a TEDx talk about the treatment of women in health care.
The Nerd Daily has compiled a list of new romance novels to look for in 2023, including the queer rom-com Just As You Are by Camille Kellogg ’17, former New England Review intern.
Hannah Blair ’17 has received a Schwarzman Scholarship for graduate study in China.
Beyond hosting the first World Cup in the Arab world, Qatar is also making history with And Then They Burn the Sea, the country’s first Oscar-qualified film in consideration for an Academy Award.
Explore what data analytics looks like in real-world careers with the latest of the MIDDVantage series offered by the Center for Careers and Internships.
Wonderland Magazine featured Brooklyn-based indie folk singer-songwriter Gemma Laurence ’19.5 and the premier of a short film set to her single “Watchdog.”
After working on the Biden campaign in 2020, Elsa Alvarado ’18 secured a position as director of strategic communications for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs.
In her special, No Bad Days, recently released on Peacock, Alyssa Limperis ’12 melds grief and humor.
Former Bread Loaf Fellow Cleyvis Natera’s debut novel, Neruda on the Park, is a portrait of how gentrification impacts a Dominican family in New York City.