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The Forests of Antarctica

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The Forests of Antarctica, a new painting series by Williams Professor of Art Mike Glier ’75, addresses the environmental implications of place and globalism—“a tremendous stretch of perception and an experience that defines our time,” he says
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At a Glance

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Six months after graduation, most members of the Class of 2016 are employed full time or in grad school—and they’re happy with what they’re doing
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Woman’s Work

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In the Carrying Stones Project, Katie Sawyer Rose ’96 explores the “double burden” of women’s work inside and outside the home—and how little time women have left for themselves
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Living Memory

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History professor Alexandra Garbarini ’94 brings new life to a mysterious set of diaries sent to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
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