Features

Standing Strong

WARNING: This article contains information about sexual assault that may be upsetting or difficult to read. By Caroline Rothstein Players collide with one another. Elbows fly. Feet pound the ground. And Nakita VanBiene ’15 feels safe here on the rugby pitch, surrounded by her teammates. “The nature of the sport is that if you don’t

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Dispatch from the Hot Zone

During the worst ebola epidemic in history, Ephs traveled to the front lines to lend a hand. By Caroline Kettlewell ’84 Garrett Ingoglia ’92 has witnessed the broad spectrum of human suffering and loss in the course of a decade-plus career working in humanitarian relief and disaster response and recovery. But when he headed to

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The Italian Job

With the help of art major Grace McEniry ’12, E.J. Johnson ’59 discovers the architect behind a famous, temporary theater built in the 16th century to celebrate France’s new king and his Italian queen. By Abe Loomis In the light-filled architecture studio on the second floor of Spencer Studio Art building, Grace McEniry ’12 spent

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Honoring Ephraim Williams

The 300th birthday of college founder Ephraim Williams on March 7 was a time of celebration—and also reflection. At various moments in February and March, the campus community gathered to examine his legacy and the implications of his will, which, upon its execution, provided $11,000 for the “Support and maintenance of a free School (in

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