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Zach Adelman ’96 works to keep the tiny pests from spreading deadly diseases. 

By Doug McInnis

Scientists have sent astronauts to the moon and built artificial hearts, but they have never been able to rein in the lowly mosquito, delivery agent for some of the deadliest viruses on earth. Now Zach Adelman ’96 and his research...

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Rick Roth ’76 comes up with new solutions for a new marketing world.

By Robin Roger

The advertising business has undergone dramatic change over the last several years. Consumers are more in control over how and where they engage with a brand, and retail customers hold more and more power over which brands they will support. Advertisers need integrated marketing...

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Alex Krasser ’09 stars in an opera about Bill Clinton.

By Lorraine Berry

For Alex Krasser ’09, breathing is at the heart of acting technique. “Everything changes with the breath,” is the advice he learned...

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A sociologist reflects on his Harlem roots.

By Julian Euell

We get stuck on our paths when we are unable to reimagine our lives different than they are right now. I was 11 years old when everything changed.

My uncle...

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