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An Unusual Election Cycle

By Julia Munemo With apologies for stating the obvious, professor of political science Nicole Mellow says the 2016 election cycle is highly unusual—and not because of one out of the ordinary element, but the combination of many. “We’ve never before elected a president with no record of public or military… Continue reading »

A School of Our Own

by Julia Munemo “Everyone deserves the opportunity to discover the transformative power of a good education,” says Samuel Levin, who, with his mother, Williams senior lecturer in psychology Susan Engel, has written a book about his experience starting a student-run high school. A School of Our Own: The Story of… Continue reading »

Finding Home in Vietnam

Students in Jessica Chapman’s War and Remembrance in Vietnam class are using primary materials gathered during a spring break trip there to inform their final projects. By Julia Munemo Long Dang ’15 emigrated from Vietnam with his parents when he was 7 years old. The family settled in the… Continue reading »