Summer 2013

Out & In

A fresh intellectual energy and culture of camaraderie pushed us to try and bottle the current campus zeitgeist. Was it hubris to think we could? That never stopped us before.



Witness for the Prosecution

Professor Allan Nadler helps expose a secretive sect in a highly charged sexual abuse case.


The Tenacious Litigator

J.B. Harris ’81 took on big tobacco for a minister who’d lost a lung to cancer—and won.


Interview | Raul Smego

The senior tennis star on Drew’s winning streak, brotherly rivals and his family of physicians.


“Keep Going”

Remembering the intellectual strength and penetrating warmth of Professor Otto Maduro.


Handled with Care

When a scholar’s library outlives its owner, a reverent bibliophile knows just what to do.

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Family Matters

A medical anthropologist and a biochem major team up to gauge what the Amish understand about genetic disease.


Champion of the Social Contract

The death of Common Cause President Bob Edgar T’68 took many by surprise. Bill Moyers was among them.

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Athletic Shorts

Updates from women’s basketball, men’s fencing and swimming.

Alumni, BackTalk»

BackTalk | Ed Moed ’89

Ed Moed ’89 is co-founder of communications firm Peppercomm, named “Best Place to Work” 2012, Crain’s New York Business.


Amazons Prime

An A-list photographer plays with expectations in a Korn Gallery show.