Frank Stella ’58, photographed in 2012
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Stacked Stars, a new sculpture by artist Frank Stella ’58, was unveiled as part of MOCA Jacksonville’s 100th anniversary. — The Florida Times-Union

The groundbreaking women’s soccer stadium that Chris Long ’97 and Angie Long ’97 have been working to build for the Kansas City Current will be christened March 16. — The Washington Post

Andrew Aurich ’06 has been named Harvard’s new head football coach. Most recently he was at Rutgers in various assistant coaching roles, and previously he coached eight seasons at Princeton. —
A journaling prompt from her iPhone reminded photographer Josephine Sittenfeld ’02 of the journals she kept as a teenager: “On some level, holding on to the stuff of my youth makes it more bearable to swallow the fact that time is always, incessantly, marching on.” — The New York Times

“The American tradition is one of democratic contestation. Sheer appeals to religious authority may or may not persuade, but they pose no threat. You may not be moved by appeals to the Bible or John Calvin. But then your neighbor may be unmoved by appeals to Kant or Rawls.”

— Ethics and Public Policy Center president Ryan Anderson ’04, arguing the Alabama court ruling on frozen embryos was morally correct. — First Things.

 Princeton assistant professor of computer science Jonathan Mayer ’09 was hired as the first chief AI officer and chief science and technology officer for the U.S. Department of Justice. — CIO

Sydney Johnson ’97 was hired as the new assistant coach of the Chicago Sky women’s basketball team. Most recently he was head coach of USA Basketball’s 3×3 U23 World Cup Team. —
Columnist Ramesh Ponnuru ’95 criticized those who say Aaron Bushnell’s death at the Israeli Embassy brought attention to the Palestinian cause: “This is exactly the wrong cultural moment to portray suicide as righteous and productive.” — The Washington Post

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