A Brisk Walk Among the Dunes
When businessman Mike Keiser '67 began to study golf courses "like a literary critic," he found he liked the old classics best. So he built three new ones. They're meant to take your breath away, and they do. By Stacey Schmeidel
A Vision for the Times Square Hotel
Founder and executive director of Common Ground, Rosanne Haggerty '82, wins top recognition for her work on successful housing for low-income and homeless New Yorkers. By Jennifer Acker '00
Reacquainted with the Night
An enchanted evening with Robert Frost and other distinguished faculty in 1959 was more complex than this sophomore knew. By Douglas Wilson '62
Freshmen say James and Stearns offer splendid miseries—Campus will have a statue of Robert Frost—Gundersheimer '59 to leave the Folger.
Women's soccer went almost to the top in what Brooke Diamond '03 says was "the greatest team experience of my life."
A chilling look at American slavery—Moody, subtle stories by Antonio Benitez-Rojo—Received and recommended.
Salute to a farming alumna—A student finds his classes are lively.
What Were They Thinking?—Keeping the Faith