We’ve all had these moments. Moments of wondering aloud. Moments of principled argument over sandwiches in The Commons. Moments of listening and believing as someone’s personal truth unfolds before you. Moments of examining our ideals and acting upon them.
The beauty and splendor of diamonds goes well beyond the surface. Like a diamond hunter digging in an underground mine, one must look deeper to their atomic characteristics to understand what sets these stones apart – and what makes them valuable not just for romantics but also for scientists.
Driven in her work by memories of her grandmother, Dr. Tabassum Majid, M18, ’10, M.A. ’18, has made a career of education and research related to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
As a small boy, Erick Chavarria lived with his grandparents in Guatemala in the village of Loma de Chavarria (“village of Chavarria”), where everyone had the same last name....
When alumni athletes come back to coach against their alma mater, it’s a mix of pride and competition.
The Linehan Artist Scholars Reception gives scholar alumni and current students a chance to thank donors Earl and Darielle Linehan for their support.
Experiences with big companies leads Sankarshan Murthy, M.S. ’06, mechanical engineering, to become an entrepreneur of more livable spaces
Equivalence testing provides another tool in the toolbox for scientists to present “positive” results.
November’s midterm elections are some of the most eagerly awaited, closely watched and hyperpartisan for many years. But the results for many congressional House seats are already known because the election will occur at a time of rampant gerrymandering.
Trying to make it through high school unscarred is difficult, but trying to balance it while discovering one’s sexuality can feel impossible. That’s the story...