Audrey M. Peterson

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A Solid Discovery

A Solid Discovery

Professor David Aulicino and two colleagues answer questions about the 12-sided dodecahedron, a shape mathematicians have been studying for two millennia.

A Broader Narrative

A Broader Narrative

Often against convention, Brooklyn College’s artists of color are known for turning typical notions of Black art on its end. Today they are encouraging the next generation of artists and art lovers to forge ahead in this tradition, but with the added role of crashing the gates of a long-established institution to become stewards of the American art scene.

We Are the Protectors

“We Are the Protectors”

CNN anchor Don Lemon ’96 believes it is the duty of all Americans to defend the Constitution. In a conversation with Brooklyn College President Michelle J. Anderson, Lemon talks about the media landscape and the special responsibility journalists have toward the First Amendment.

On Writing and Their Latest Books

On Writing and Their Latest Books

Helen Phillips’ The Need finds Molly, a paleobotanist and mother of two, in a fight…
Literary Lights

Literary Luminaries

“There is something quite powerful about having a creative writing program in a city, and…
A Literary Full Circle

A Literary Full Circle

At a time when they are both receiving accolades, authors Helen Phillips ’07 M.F.A. and De’Shawn Charles Winslow ’11, ’13 M.A. meet on campus to reflect on their beginnings in the Brooklyn College creative writing program and how far they have come.

Looking Back Giving Back

Looking Back, Giving Back

One of alumnus Irwin Federman’s main concerns is that Brooklyn College students should have the same opportunity he had to earn their degrees. With his wife Concepción’s encouragement, the couple is helping to give a new generation of students a chance.

Kudos for Koppelman

Kudos for Koppelman

The School of Business Gains Gold-Standard Distinction