Fall 2003  ::  Issue Contents

Headstrong in Hollywood
Voice-over actress and television producer Amy Gunzenhauser '99 has discovered newfound success in the indie film industry. But it's her other new role as the voice of a Rugrats' spin-off cartoon character that appeals to the kid in her.
/ by Yvonne Gay Fowler

History's House

Olivia Cousin's quest to restore an important piece of African American history centers around the Oberlin home of black abolitionist John Mercer Langston.
/ by Yvonne Gay Fowler

Start Spreading the News
Broadway composer John Kander '51 and his lyricist partner Fred Ebb have created American icons of their catchy show tunes. The dynamic duo is now basking in mainstream recognition following Chicago's runaway success on the silver screen.
/ by Samantha Gross '00

Turnpike Troubadour

Hailed as a "rising star" in the American and Irish press, singer-songwriter Josh Ritter '99 adds a twangy twist to the American folk tradition.
/ by Sue Angell '99

Curator of the Curious

Buttonhole cameras and lipstick guns join the biggest mysteries of the espionage world
at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Just how did museum co-creator
Dennis Barrie '70 get the KGB, CIA, and FBI all under one roof?
/ by Tom Nugent