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The P Source

How humanities scholars changed modern spycraft
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A Queen of Comedy

Catherine Cohen ’13 thinks it’s tough to be the voice of her generation
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Public Service in a Self-Interested Age

Woodrow Wilson Award recipient Anthony D. Romero ’87, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, spoke at Alumni Day on the meaning of public service and the importance of acknowledging history.
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Small Miracles

Surgeon Bill Peranteau ’97 operates on fetuses in the womb. Now he’s studying whether gene defects can be fixed prenatally, too.
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New Music, Old Themes

Julia Wolfe *12’s experiments with sound span the traditional and the trippy
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Letters to Emily

After 60 Years, Firestone Library Reveals a Poet’s Secret Life
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To LIFE

The University Art Museum exhibits decades’ worth of images from one of the world’s most influential magazines

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