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Professor of History Dallas Denery yesterday joined a Duke University professor to discuss lying on the program On Point with Tom Ashbrook, which is carried on NPR stations across the country. The show was prompted by the release of a new documentary called (Dis)Honesty – The Truth About Lies. Denery has just published a book, The […]
Trustee Emeritus Leon A. Gorman ’56, the former chairman of L.L. Bean, has been immortalized in the halls of the company founded by his grandfather, Leon Leonwood Bean.
Writer Jay Caspian Kang ’02 spent five months following social-media activists DeRay Mckesson ’07 and Johnetta Elzie to protests across the country for an article he wrote for The New York Times Magazine.
Dr. Lisa Belisle ’92 wears many hats. She is a family physician practicing in Brunswick and Topsham, host of a radio program and podcast, and wellness editor for Maine Magazine and Old Port Magazine. Belisle is also author of Our Daily Tread, written after the death of her friend and classmate Hanley Denning ’92, founder […]
In an interview with The New York Times for its Sunday Book Review, physicist, mathematician and author Freeman Dyson shares a list of the books he’s currently reading. Among those on his nightstand is The Left Side of History, a book by Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies Kristen Ghodsee on the roles of Communist ideology and […]
DeRay Mckesson ’07 has been at the epicenter of the firestorm emanating from Ferguson, Missouri, in the wake of the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by police there. With This Is The Moment, the award-winning online newsletter he co-founded, and his social media omnipresence, Mckesson earned a spot, along with the newsletter’s cofounder Johnetta Elzie, on Fortune‘s […]