• Ray Day 2016

    Ray Day 2016

    Ever wonder what it feels like to have a day named in your honor? On March 31, Ray Tierney (B'16) found out.

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  • Wiretapping, from Telegraphs to iPhones

    Wiretapping, from Telegraphs to iPhones

    With a new NEH research grant and a book on the way, Professor Brian Hochman is diving into the long, largely unexplored history of wiretapping in the United States.

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  • Life as a Refugee and Beyond: A Q+A With Yalda Baktash

    Life as a Refugee and Beyond: A Q+A With Yalda Baktash

    After the Taliban drove her family from Kabul, Yalda Baktash (C'18) lived for years as a refugee in Iran. Now living out her dream on the Hilltop, she's determined to help women in her home country achieve theirs.

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