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CNN Money
Entrepreneur Jessica Mah ’08 got press for her tech startup, InDinero, at CNN, TechCrunch, and the San Francisco Chronicle

The Nez Perce
Anthropology and linguistics faculty Nancy Bonvillain’s latest book, The Nez Perce, was published by Chelsea House

Liberalism and Human Suffering
Political science and philosophy faculty Asma Abbas’s first book, Liberalism and Human Suffering, was published by Palgrave Macmillan

The Independent
Futurist Ben Goertzel ’85 was featured in The Independent and at Bloomberg; he spoke at TedXHongKong

The Huffington Post
Leading poet Annie Finch ’75 added her voice to a conversation on the state of American poetry at The Huffington Post

Reading Eagle
Rabbi Minna Bromberg ’93 was profiled in The Reading Eagle

Provost Mary Marcy appeared on local NPR affiliate WAMC to discuss Simon’s Rock’s top spot on the Washington Monthly rankings

The New York Times
Alumnus Bjorn Somlo’s ’96 exquisite locavore cuisine was featured in a New York Times piece on the vibrant local food movement in the Berkshires

The Boston Globe
Doug Ahlers ’77 was featured in The Boston Globe for his ongoing work rebuilding New Orleans

Alison Bechdel ’79 wrote the introduction to a new printing of the comic novel Stuck Rubber Baby, reviewed at NPR

The Root
John McWhorter ’83 explained the DEA’s search for Ebonics experts on NPR and offered some political commentary on The Root

, which chronicles news in the magazine industry, updated us on Veronica Chambers ’91 latest career move: deputy editor at Good Housekeeping

Wicked Local
Harry Ferrini ’71, has his new children’s book, Little Charlie Goes to Gloucester, reviewed at North Shore news outlet Wicked Local

The Warhol
Shahzad Ismaily ’88 performed with Bonnie “Prince” Billy at the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh

Bill Scannell ’80 wrote some vicious commentary on Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck at politics blog Wonkette

The New Yorker
Down There, a new play written and directed by alumnus Randy Sharp ’84, was listed in the “Goings On About Town” section of The New Yorker