(Length 1:13:26) President Biddy Martin’s remarks, preceded by the annual meeting of the Society of the Alumni, presided over by Annette Sanderson '82, Chair of the Executive Committee.
(Length 56:54) Sam Jackson ’66, moderated a panel featuring Ted Rosengarten ’66, Larry Mead ’66, Paul Dimond ’66 and Catherine Epstein, Dean of the Faculty. Presented by the Class of 1966.
(Length 1:07:54) Lawrence Douglas, the James J. Grosfeld Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought, led a discussion of his new book, named a New York Times Editor’s Pick and described by The Wall Street Journal as “masterful.”
(Length 59:00) Páraic Finnerty, Professor of English and American Literature at the University of Portsmouth, England, clarified the essential role that Shakespeare had in Emily Dickinson’s life.
(Length 1:02:53) Laura Draucker, Director of Sustainability, and Jim Brassord, Chief of Campus Operations, reviewed sustainability programs on campus and how this work connects with students and scholarship.
(Length 56:53) Catherine Epstein, Dean of the Faculty and Professor of History discussed the ways in which the College is shaping the next generation of faculty and the ongoing comprehensive review of the curriculum.
(Length 59:00) Keith Leslie ’76 discussed the Nepal Villagers' Earthquake Fund, a grassroots organization developed in response to the April 2015 earthquake in Nepal. Presented by the Class of 1976.
(Length 1:00:36) Dr. James Bates ’86, aka Capt. Bates, serving in the United States Navy Reserve for 29 years, provided insight into “special” operations, to restore individual mobility and to preserve world peace and order. Presented by the Class of 1986.