In the News
Writing in the Washington Post’s political science blog, Rudalevige explains why America is a such a politically active nation and asks: What are the risks?
Events from the 1840s “offer a clear warning that default ought to be avoided at all costs, lest the United States trigger a global recession entirely of its own making.”
Renowned photographer Abelardo Morrell ’71 has donated a piece of artwork to the Manhattan gallery where he used to work as a night watchman, and dedicated it to the security guards who still work there.
The publisher and owner of “The Ellsworth American” and the “Mount Desert Islander”—is being inducted into the Maine Press Association Hall of Fame in October.