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  • Nobel Beginnings

    Nobel Beginnings

    Deborah Lohse , 27 Mar 2018

    Santa Clara Professor Hersh Shefrin, fellow economist Richard Thaler, and the beginning of the fight to have behavioral economics taken seriously. There was yelling involved.

    Spring 2018

  • A Brief Behavioral History

    A Brief Behavioral History

    Hersh Shefrin, 27 Mar 2018

    Hersh Shefrin on how behavioral economics has shaped the focus of his own writing and research.

    Spring 2018

  • The Ballad of Jesus Ortiz

    The Ballad of Jesus Ortiz

    Dana Gioia, 27 Mar 2018

    The true story of my great-grandfather. A cowboy ballad by the California Poet Laureate.

    Spring 2018

  • Education Makes You Fearless

    Education Makes You Fearless

    Steven Boyd Saum, 7 Mar 2018

    Some meditations on the people and ideas that give us hope.

  • Turning Loss into a Gain

    Turning Loss into a Gain

    Tina Vossugh, 2 Mar 2018

    Too small, misshapen, overripe. Tons of edible produce are wasted each year because they don’t look the part. Students from FAI want to change that.

  • Taking the Long Way Home

    Taking the Long Way Home

    Matt Morgan, 27 Feb 2018

    An injury gave Henry Caruso M.S. ’18 a second-chance at his final season of college basketball. He chose to do it at home.

  • American Values and National Character

    American Values and National Character

    Kirk O. Hanson, 10 Jan 2018

    There are ways in which our character was strengthened in 2017—but many more in which it was weakened.

  • Grace on Ice

    Grace on Ice

    Tina Vossugh, 26 Dec 2017

    We’re rooting for Polina Edmunds ’20 in the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. 

  • My First Christmas

    My First Christmas

    Tina Vossugh, 20 Dec 2017

    How my family chose to join in on the American holiday of Christmas.

  • Fighting for the Planet

    Fighting for the Planet

    Deborah Lohse, 13 Dec 2017

    Lawyer for 21 youth plaintiffs suing the government over CO2 levels argued to let their case proceed.