The new building, which blends modern construction materials with classic New England architecture, will house the history department and the Center for Humanistic Inquiry.
Dustin Copeland '25
Daksha Pathak ’23 brings an acute sense of intentionality to everything she does — from her play on the squash courts to her architecture thesis.
After his pandemic gap year as an EMT, Gabriel Echarte desired a more grounded relationship with the campus. Finding a home at Humphries House, and now on his way to Truman and Fulbright scholarships, Echarte has worked to reconcile his excitement for impactful work with a need to be in community.
The Tread Shed, a new cooperative center for bicycles on campus, opens officially on April 25. The shop's founders want to use bicycle ownership to cultivate an ethic of personal stewardship and explore more dynamic modes of learning through the maintenance process.
“Hope Springs,” the senior thesis project between lee folpe ’23 and Cameron Mueller-Harder ’23, premiered in Holden Experimental Theater from April 6 to 8. Senior Managing Editor Dustin Copeland ’25 lauds its staging of the vital need for stewardship — of our earth, community, and bodies.
In this piece, originally published in The Indicator's Fall 2022 issue, Senior Managing Editor Dustin Copeland ’25 tries to remember a bridge from his childhood.
From research that shapes public policy, to mentoring postdocs, to forecasting climate change, Andy Wood ’88 is a truly great scientist.