In Human Kindness, John Francis PhD’91 shares encouraging tales from around the world.
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Father-son duo Ben ’67 and Leo ’99 Sidran give new life to timeless tunes.
Sarah Thankam Mathews ’17’s All This Could Be Different explores the challenges of young adulthood in a tumultuous world.
In Tailspin, John Armbruster ’89 takes inspiration from an aviator who survived a World War II crash.
In Descendant, Kern Jackson MA’91 documents the discovery of the last illegal slave ship and the people who never forgot it.
Anita Mannur ’96 explores the ways in which othered communities reclaim space through food.
Novelist Hanna Halperin MFA’16 lays bare the shared experiences that unite long-divided paths.
"Matrix," by novelist Lauren Groff MFA’06, portrays an unlikely feminist utopia.
In Home Made, Liz Hauck MA’17, PhDx’23 explores the philosophical implications of dinner.
In Blindspotting, Rafael Casal x’10 explores a single mother’s struggles.
Milk Blood Heat by Dantiel Moniz MFA’14 is a must-read.
Pao Lor PhD’01 chronicles his American journey in Modern Jungles: A Hmong Refugee’s Childhood Story of Survival.
In "Beginners," Tom Vanderbilt ’91 proves that old folks can learn new tricks.
Sarah Brailey MM’07, DMA’21 wins a Grammy for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album.
In A Wilderness of Error, Errol Morris ’69 revisits a notorious murder case.
Alex Gee Jr. ’85 brings his unique perspective to Black Like Me.
Jake Wood ’05 offers veterans a new sense of purpose.
Emma Straub MFA’08 warmly explores family life in her new novel, "All Adults Here."
In Tomboyland, Melissa Faliveno ’06 questions the meaning of queerness and class.
This Is How the Heart Beats documents a persecuted community.
Former classmates re-create their teenage musicals in “Encore!”
The Other’s Gold charts messy college relationships.
Anika Fajardo ’97 searches for her long-lost father in the memoir Magical Realism for Non-Believers.
A documentary profiles the crusading immigration lawyer Judy Wood.
New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Cynthia Fisher Swanson ’87 of Denver has published her second book, The Glass Forest. The literary suspense novel takes place in the 1960s, when 21-year-old Angie Glass is living a picturesque life in her Wisconsin hometown with her husband,…
Former teacher Jessica Stovall ’07 appears in a series exploring the inequalities in education.
Phil Johnston ’94 is back with Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2.
A researcher looks at the rise in arrests for less serious crimes.
A new book gives voice to mothers from all walks of life.
The influence of Lloyd Barbee LLB’56, a civil rights leader and lawyer in the 1960s and ’70s, lives on through Justice for All: Selected Writings of Lloyd A. Barbee, which was edited by Barbee’s daughter and civil rights lawyer Daphne Barbee-Wooten ’75. The book includes a foreword…