Brin Family Gift Supports Both Sides of Science of Computing
At their fast-casual Indian restaurant, Sahil Rahman ’12 and Rahul Vinod '11 hope to create something distinct from Bombay Bistro and Indique, owned by their parents.
Drones Give Journalism Students a Different Angle on Russian Retreat
Just 20 games into his college career, Bruno Fernando has impressed with his high motor, footwork and athleticism.
For her newest project, Mahwish Chishty MFA '08 is using kites to connect families living at the border of the U.S. and Mexico with families living at the border of Afghanistan and Chishty's native Pakistan.
Computer science grad's company constructs virtual mugshots from DNA.
A Procrastinator’s Gift Guide
Doctoral student wins global award for catchy video on pollinator research
Munro Leaf ’27 soared to fame with “The Story of Ferdinand,” his 1936 children’s book about a Spanish bull that didn’t want to fight.