Karen Jennings Lewis ’74: Working for Change in the Schools

The new president of the Chicago Teachers Union called from the airport. Her schedule is hectic, but busy as she is, Karen Lewis '74 says she always stops to smile at a passing baby. This is fitting for a woman so entirely focused on the…... » Read more

A Closer Look: Author Under the Spell of MHC When Writing a Discovery of Witches

Deborah Harkness '86 won acclaim for her scholarly works on the history of science, but the effusive praise greeting her first foray into fiction is another thing entirely. The saga of fiercely independent historian of alchemy (and descendent of witches) Diana Bishop and dashing geneticist (and…... » Read more

Jennifer E. Jackson ’03: Just Your Cup of Tea

As a girl, Jennifer Jackson accompanied her mother to New York City tea rooms, but didn't develop a real appreciation for the beverage until spending her junior year studying in tea-loving England. Today, Jennifer runs her own specialty tea company, which offers unusual blends she…... » Read more

Teens Take a Shine to Lip Gloss Magazine

Dare to Be an Entrepreneur. A Life of Service. Changing Paths, Persistent Dreams. Sound like brochures for Harvard's MBA program or maybe the US foreign service? Actually, these are a few of the features in a recent issue of Lip Gloss Teen Magazine, a lifestyle and…... » Read more