The poet's Main Street home "exerts a multitude of magnetic pulls," writes Blair Kamin '79 in the Chicago Tribune. "It's a restoration in progress, simultaneously enriching the familiar narrative of the poet's famously reclusive life and bidding visitors to re-examine it."
CNBC's Jim Cramer interviewed former Starwood CEO Frits van Paasschen '83 about his new book, The Disruptors' Feast. "The spirit of American business is not playing to avoid losing," van Paasschen said. "It's playing to win."
Ilan Stavans, the Lewis-Sebring Professor in Latin American and Latino Culture at Amherst, argued in The New York Times that a rejection of Spanish by President Trump will turn it into "a language of resistance."
Andrew Reed '12, a partner at Sequoia Capital, "has been highly involved in more than six deals," according to the magazine, which placed Reed on its "30 Under 30" list in the Venture Capital category.
President Biddy Martin's "nuanced speech offered winners and losers a path forward, and was far more than another shout in a liberal echo chamber," wrote David Atkins '17 in a letter to the editor rebutting postelection coverage.
In an article for The New York Times, Chris Bohjalian '82 wrote of traveling to Nagorno-Karabakh. "I am an Armenian-American," he wrote, "but only at midlife did I understand the draw of this ancient land for me."
Watch a presentation on “Digital Archives, Datum Storytelling and the Future of Memory” by Marisa Parham, professor of English and director of the Five College Digital Humanities Project, at a recent conference organized by the National Digital Initiatives team at the Library of Congress.