Laura Braunstein is “one of those people who can take your one pretty good idea and turn it into three great ideas,” says Erik Agard, co-creator of Sunday’s crossword puzzle with Braunstein, a librarian at the College. It was her debut puzzle.
“Global Policy” class travels to West African nation to develop public policy proposal.
Honors go to Jennifer Lind, Roberta Stewart, and Julia Rabig.
The senior lecturer is building a network of women leaders in regional theaters.
The magazine ranks Professor Douglas Irwin’s new book, Clashing over Commerce, among the best books of 2017, writing that Irwin “sets the record straight, and in the process elegantly debunks a host of trade-policy myths.”
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand ’88 (D-N.Y.) yesterday called for the resignation of her colleague Sen. Al Franken (D-Minnesota), who has been accused of sexual misconduct. “Enough is enough,” she wrote on Facebook, the newspaper reports.