With a $10 million NSF grant, Cathryn Manduca ’80 is working to infuse undergraduate curricula with a better understanding of the planet.
By Julia Munemo It’s 2 o’clock in the morning, and Kathryn Stack ’08 groggily fastens the leash to her dog’s collar and heads out into the Pasadena darkness for a walk. When she gets home, she eats breakfast and packs her lunch. She’s thinking about tomorrow, when this whole process will start at 3 a.m. And the day after,
The movie Gangster Squad, based on a nonfiction book of the same name by Paul Lieberman ’71, is now playing in theaters across the country. The movie and book tell the story of a real-life, covert unit of the Los Angeles Police Department created after World War II to crack down on Mickey Cohen and other
Congratulations to Chris Murphy ’96, who on Jan. 3 took the oath of office to become Connecticut’s newest U.S. senator. Murphy, 39, is the youngest member of the Senate and replaces Joe Lieberman, who retired at the end of last year. Murphy joins fellow Eph and Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall ’72 of Colorado, who