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The Big Picture

November 07, 2017

CA’s ambitious filmmaking program has been around for 50 years. Faculty and alumnae/i take you behind the scenes.

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Film, a Creative Collaboration

November 7, 2017

A video interview with Justin Bull about teaching filmmaking at CA, and the recent feature-length movie musical Much Ado About Nothing.

Education and Incarceration

November 7, 2017

In these videos from the Ford Foundation, Ellen Condliffe Lagemann ’83 discusses the Bard Prison Initiative, and Agnes Gund P’83, ’86 speaks at the launch of the Art for Justice Fund at MoMA.

Thrown into History

November 7, 2017

Within a year after he first threw a discus, senior Sam Welsh ’18 became an All-American and a Massachusetts state record holder. What’s behind his meteoric rise? And do the Olympics lie ahead for him?

The Big Picture

November 7, 2017

CA’s ambitious filmmaking program has been around for 50 years. Faculty and alumnae/i take you behind the scenes.

Raising the Bars

November 6, 2017

CA alumnae/i and former faculty are embracing the challenges, and the rewards, of teaching in prison.

Building a New Cultural Bridge

November 5, 2017

Translating a central text by Julius Caesar into Mandarin, CA students have paved a path for Latin learners in China and beyond.

Antje Neumann ’86: Alumnae/i Profile

November 1, 2017

Following a career in first art and then historical preservation, Antje Neumann ’86 is a supervisory conservator for the Smithsonian at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington.

Philip Rossoni ’80: Alumnae/i Q&A

October 31, 2017

Philip Rossoni ’80 is the author of Build and Pilot Your Own Walkalong Gliders, published in 2012 by McGraw-Hill Education TAB. He has worked as a commercial glider pilot and until recently volunteered with the Exhibit Interpretation Program at the Museum of Science, Boston.

Laura McConaghy ’01: Volunteer Spotlight

October 30, 2017

Laura McConaghy ’01 has been an unsung hero on the Alumnae/i Association Steering Committee. McConaghy has headed up the Admission Network for several years.

Spring Session: Experiments in Teaching and Learning

May 30, 2017

Forty-two different courses were offered during Spring Session this year. Watch videos of students in action and the pedagogy driving this special week of out-of-the-ordinary experiences.