In the News
For novelist Claire Messud RI '05, getting the story down can mean letting it stray: "Even if you have an idea of how you want a piece to end, by the time you have created these people and set them in motion, they have their own laws, their own organic natures, and they don’t always want to fit your ideas."
“As Chair of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen is skillfully charting the nation's course in unpredictable and sometimes rough economic seas,” according to Radcliffe Institute Dean Cohen in a Harvard Crimson story. “The Radcliffe Medal honors her for extraordinary leadership and her commitment—as our morning panel will explore—building an economy for prosperity and equality.”
Reiko Yamada RI '16 created Reflective based on the aesthetic concept of imperfection in human life. The unique interaction of movement and music can be experienced the week of January 25 in the Johnson-Kulukundis Family Gallery. Creation of the installation included Radcliffe Research Partners Ben Wetherfield '17 and Phil Golub '16.