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What I'm Watching: The Post

By Matt Storin ’64

Steven Spielberg’s latest dash for an Oscar, The Post, is now playing everywhere, even the Midcoast of Maine — where our reviewer watched the events depicted unfolding much as he remembered them 46 years ago, along with some dramatic flourishes.

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Puerto Rico Rising

By Sarah Cahalan '14

Amid Hurricane Maria's devastation, Gilberto Marxuach-Torrós '88, president of Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in San Juan, kept his damaged university on course while also leading the school's relief efforts across the island of 3.4 million residents.

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Science and Technology

River town

By John DiTillo ’08, ’15M.A.

A river runs through the city where I live. People drive along it and over it every day. Few slow down, and fewer stop. There was a time when I gave the river little thought. Then an elder of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi woke me up.

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Out of the Office: A doctor is born

By John Nagy ’00M.A.

A plate of cookies sat on a table by the door, half-empty by the time I arrived. Coffee in cardboard boxes and a stack of clean paper cups. I didn’t dare pour one for myself because I was late, having walked halfway around McCourtney Hall, angsty and out of breath and unable to find the “auditorium.” Plus which, I’d never been to a doctoral defense before.

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Society and Culture

What I'm Watching: The Post

By Matt Storin ’64

Steven Spielberg’s latest dash for an Oscar, The Post, is now playing everywhere, even the Midcoast of Maine — where our reviewer watched the events depicted unfolding much as he remembered them 46 years ago, along with some dramatic flourishes.

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