December 2012/January 2013 Newsflash

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Wicked Local talks with James Beaman '81 about his recent appearance in Guys and Dolls at the Beverly, Mass., North Shore Music Theatre..


Lee Rogers, assistant to the director of physical plant, was among 10 local artists to receive a grant from The Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation. The award will help Rogers continue his Black and White Landscape Photography Project, capturing the natural landscapes of the Northeastern and Southwestern United States.


Marcel Garbos '10 presented “The Striations of Madness: an Analysis of Philippe Pinel’s Treatise on Insanity and its Role in the Shaping of the Modern Discourses of Psychiatry and Medicine” at the New England Historical Association fall conference.

 examiner.jpg profiled Alexander Souri ‘86 and his business Relief Riders International in Portrait of a Global Humanitarian. By combining humanitarianism and travel, Souri and Relief Riders bring a new model to the travel industry.


This past summer, Jameson Lisak ‘10 spoke on the west lawn of the nation’s capitol at the “Stop the Frack Attack Rally” in front of 5,000 attendees. Read about the event in the Huffington Post.


David A. Epstein ’95, Advisor, U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission, Office of Russian Affairs, wrote and published Left, Right, Out, The History of Third Parties in America. The book was used as part of a series of speaking programs organized by the U.S. Consulate General Jerusalem. CG Jerusalem connected via Skype with 20 students at the University of Palestine in Gaza to discuss America’s political parties, U.S. elections and their impact abroad.


Amanda McCormick ‘93 writes about "Using Social Media to Grow Your Business" and entrepreneurship on Entrepreneurs.


The Young Writers Workshop got some ‘ink’ in Teen Ink. If you want to know what an attendee thinks about the program, read this review by one young writer.