Madeleine Albright, 10 Jul 2015
A President’s Speaker Series address by the former secretary of state. Diplomacy is no game of chess today, she says. Think billiards.
Michael S. Malone ’75, MBA ’77, 1 Jul 2015
The hidden history behind the heart of ingenuity.
Maya Kroth ’01, 1 Jul 2015
On a Fulbright to Spain, in pursuit of the meaning of sleep. In the 21st century, it’s not what it used to be.
Rod Hunt, 1 Jul 2015
See how the campus has been transformed in the past two decades—thanks in no small part to Joe Sugg.
Jeff Gire, 1 Jul 2015
Charlie Graham and a tale of the Red Sox and the San Francisco Seals, big-time horse racing, and five generations of Broncos.
Sam Scott ’96, 1 Jul 2015
Sure, we’ll miss having men’s pro soccer play on campus. But the Quakes’ new home is pretty spectacular.
Deborah Lohse, 1 Jul 2015
Introducing the Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship—fueled by a $25 million gift by Jeff Miller ’73, MBA ’76 and Karen Miller.
Harold Gutmann, 1 Jul 2015
Taste for yourself what flavors Cuban food on the island. Listen to stories from the street. Walk the rows of a farm. You might learn a few things that textbooks and statistics and crafted political messages don’t reveal. “That is the whole reason behind experiential learning,” says Greg Baker, who led a group of 14 undergraduates to western Cuba in September.
Steven Boyd Saum, 1 Jul 2015
Malala and Kailash shared the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize “for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.” Their portraits by photographer Michael Collopy, a fellow with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, now grace the walls of Victor B. and Julia Botto Vari Hall, as part of Collopy’s Architects of Peace series.
SCM Staff, 1 Jul 2015
The State of the University 2015: Ambitious plans are afoot—including a dramatic campus expansion.