Stories

Caitlin Burnett ’05 spends an eye-opening summer in Bangladesh working to help the disabled.  by Greg Ryan ’08

Caitlin Burnett ’05 sat among the two dozen Bangladeshi women and children who had assembled on the straw mats in their village center. As always, she began the meeting by asking those gathered why they had come. One woman, crouching in...

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Shauna Leff ’99 documents the oral histories of U.S. expats living south of the border.  by Gary Frank with Maura Stephens

“You can read a book, you can watch a documentary, but it’s nothing like hearing the voice of someone sharing their experiences,” says Shauna Leff ’99. “Our personal stories are very powerful. They’re our...

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Photographer-artist Chris Jordan puts a graphic face on waste. by Greg Ryan ’08

From six or seven feet away, the image appears to be a bountiful forest, abundant with slim, striated trees. Move a few feet closer, though, and you’ll realize the trees are actually enormous stacks of the 1.14 million supermarket paper bags...

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David Fleisher '91, who majored in finance in the IC School of Business, is executive vice president and chief operating officer at Firstrust Financial Resources, LLC, in Philadelphia, and an acknowledged expert in financial matters. He was recently interviewed on CNBC's program Squawk on the Street about the stock markets, discussing what he calls "credit,...

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Five cinema and photography majors took home the Audience Choice Award at the Lake Placid Film Forum's Sleepless in Lake Placid 24-hour film contest this summer.

Greg Dunbar '10, Casey Dwyer '10, Andrew Kalicki '10, Ayshea Khan '11, and Michael Sutter '11 were required to conceptualize, cast, write, shoot, edit, score, and distribute a...

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