Snapshots

Adam Migliore Meyer

Class of 2012

We have built incredible spaces for thousands of years. So why not now? Why not continue? This past semester I wrote a paper for my city planning class comparing and contrasting Grand Central Station with Penn Station in New York...

Zoe Wolszon

Class of 2014

It’s amazing how much geology you’ll discover when climbing 1,200 feet over three miles up a mountain in very thin air and are desperate for any excuse to take a breather. “Wow, check out more of that limestone! Let’s stop...

Zoë Ackerman

Class of 2014

As much as I adore incorporating exercise into every aspect of my life, the surprise swim in 50-degree water literally and figuratively hit me full in the face. At that moment, I shed any summer camp fantasies about Outward Bound...

Tom Morris

Class of 1974

It’s an honor to be asked to close the Forum again. They know that nobody can clear a building like a philosopher....

Tim Sullivan

Class of 1985

After I got fired, I kept watching Match.com, waiting to see how long it would be before it collapsed. And a funny thing happened — it didn’t. Watching those certainties I’d had be superseded by events on the ground was,...

Sunny Huang

Class of 2013

Picture in your mind the most crowded place you’ve ever experienced, like the state fair, for example. Visualize the crowdedness, the dirtiness, and the noisiness. now imagine that there is a master dial for all those things, and it’s turned...