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From bits and bytes to thinking machines: Datamatics has repeatedly transformed itself to become a global powerhouse. [Read More]
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When delivered in the right way, feedback can be one of the most effective tools to develop your employees. [Read More]
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Populist movements call into question the current system of global trade, according to Dani Rodrick, winner of the 2019 Eccles Prize for Economic Writing. [Read More]
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Big St. Germain by Jack T. Calk '19 and directed by Lillian Meredith is the final play to be presented as part of the New... [Read More]
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Halston, a documentary by alumnus Frédéric Tcheng '07 will be released theatrically on May 24th. Halston premiered as the sole fashion documentary in this year's Sundance lineup, and... [Read More]
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Professor Binnie Kirshenbaum's new novel Rabbits for Food was named An Amazon Best Book of the Month for May 2019 and A LitHub Most Anticipated... [Read More]
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Nonfiction alumna Marin Sardy '13 releases her debut memoir, The Edge of Every Day, on May 21, 2019 through Penguin Random House. [Read More]
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Fiction alumnus Aaron Hamburger '01 has a new novel, Nirvana is Here, available through Three Rooms Press. [Read More]
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What is your process for starting a new play?  ... [Read More]
The Little Goddess, written and directed by current student Gauri Adelkar, and Nice Talking to You, written and directed by current student Saim Sadiq, and... [Read More]
In China, there's a saying: "Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed." [Read More]
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