Fashion show centers on sustainable designs

April 14, 2006 • 0
Like most fashion shows, Ingenue, held in the Pierson College dining hall last Friday night, featured serious-faced models strutting down the runway, mood music and impeccable hair and makeup. But unlike most fashion shows, Ingenue was centered on the idea of sustainable fashion, featuring bags made from environmentally-conscious materials. Sarah Woo ’06, who designed the »

Eli’s memoirs recall battles in Algeria

April 3, 2006 • 1
Ted Morgan ’54 was working at his first job out of school as a reporter for the Worcester Telegram in Massachusetts when he received an unexpected notice from the French army. Still a French citizen, even though he was living and working in the United States, Morgan had been drafted. He was told to report »

Students take break to work in La.

February 27, 2006 • 0
Kevin Bock ’08 still remembers the frustration he felt in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina during the first weeks of the school year. “We’re in a bubble, and there’s only so much you can glean from the newspaper,” Bock said. “At some point, you have to go down and get your hands dirty.” Almost six »