By Susan Piland
Nadia Hashimi ’00 writes novels that uncover the complicated, difficult lives of Afghan women and children.
By Laura Gardner, P'12
Politics professor Jytte Klausen has spent a decade mapping the Western jihadist’s journey from homegrown extremist to foreign fighter.
By Brian Donahue ’82, MA’93, PhD’95
Inspired by a “slow-wood” philosophy, an environmental historian built a timber-frame house that celebrates its roots in the land and the forest.
Stand-up comedian Myq Kaplan '00 finds the laughs in being "small, dork and handsome."