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In this Issue
The Pandemic Diaries
More than a year into the crisis, anthropology students share their personal journals about how the experience has shaped them and lessons they have learned from outbreaks in the past.
Latinx Photographers in Focus
Sandra Riaño ’21 interviews curator and writer Elizabeth Ferrer ’80 about her work to fight the invisibility of Latinx photographers in the art world.
When Life Steps Almost Straight
The magazine’s student assistant, Grace Ramsdell ’22, reflects on her pandemic-disrupted junior year, split between her grandmother’s home in Vermont and Claflin Hall.
From the President
From the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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A Sense of Place
There is no substitute for actually visiting Philip Johnson’s Glass House in Connecticut. Just make sure to read this book before you go—you will be well prepared and ready to experience its
with fresh eyes.
After Great Loss, Reclaiming Joy
In this debut novel, Variny Yim ’90 tells the story of three generations of Cambodian women coming to terms with life in the United States after the horrific losses of the Cambodian genocide.
Books by alumnae authors.