'87 in the News

  • Photographer Fazal Sheikh's images of refugees and refugee camps are featured in "Common Ground," an exhibit at the Portland Art Museum – The Portland Mercury

  • Reverend Amy Ebeling McCreath will be the first woman to become the cathedral dean in the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts – The Boston Globe

  • Known as “Jonny King” in the jazz world, Jonathan King, chairman of NYC law firm Cowen Liebowitz & Latman, has a side career as an accomplished jazz pianist. — Law.com

  • Chris Cavoli has been promoted to Lieutenant General (3 stars) and has taken command of US Army Europe – DefenseNews

  • Helen Thorpe reports on teenage refugees in America in her new book, The Newcomers –  PAW

  • Tim Kingston was named Chair of the University's Annual Giving Committee – Giving to Princeton
  • Biological threats should “remain at the top of the national security agenda,” writes Laura Holgate, a former special assistant to President Barack Obama. — The Hill

  • Investor Michael Novogratz has started the Galaxy Digital Assets Fund, a $500 million hedge fund to invest in cryptocurrencies. — The Edge Markets

  • University of Wisconsin-Madison astronomer Eric Wilcots describes how his interest in stargazing and the universe translated into his current work as a professor. — Madison Magazine



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