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A profile of the stupendous, remarkable Mary Nichols, head of the California Air Resources Board and "the most influential environmental regulator in history."
Yale Alumni Magazine. January 2020
In 2016, more than 2,000 adults who were sent as kids to die in prison were given a second chance. Marshan Allen was one of them.
Chicago Reader. September 2019
Aaron Dollar, a professor of engineering, explains why we've got it all wrong when it comes to robotic hands.
Yale Alumni Magazine. March 2019
If you could pick the best areas for science research at Yale, what would they be?
Yale Alumni Magazine. September 2018
The collapse of Louisiana’s public defender system and America’s failure to uphold the Sixth Amendment.
The Atlantic. June 2016
Juvenile courts were invented to bury youthful error “in the graveyard of the forgotten past.” They don’t.
The Atlantic. August 2015
An essay on my uncle, eclipses and organ transplantation.
The University of Chicago Magazine. February 2015
A meditation on clouds, featuring the World Meteorological Organisation and the Cloud Committee.
Orion Magazine. February 2014
The same day Brian Wallach's wife went home from the maternity ward with the couple's second daughter, Wallach was diagnosed with ALS and told he has six months to live.
Yale Alumni Magazine. January 2020
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