Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Episode 42: Andrew Flowers on curating your interests as a career strategy


Andrew Flowers, 2008 UChicago graduate, talks about how he navigated his way from college into a fulfilling career as a quantitative editor at the fast-paced data-driven news agency, Fivethirtyeight.com.

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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Episode 41: Bill McBain: Navigating his career decisions and landing at Razorfish






Bill McBain, 2003 Duxbury High School graduate, explains how he made his career decisions while steering his way through the largest financial crisis since the Great Depression.

Where he works now: Razorfish

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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Episode 40: Sara El-Amine: 2003 Duxbury Grad now Executive Director of Organizing for Action


Sara El-Amine talks about how she found her calling as an agent for progressive legislative change in multi-cultural America.

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Here's a video featuring Sara as she speaks about September 11th and the effect it had on her family.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Episode 39: Forty Thieves: A Fractured Fable from Iran

Ancient Isfahan, Iran, where this story originates

Simple Ahmed is nagged into becoming a royal diviner by his scheming wife, Jamell, only to find that a quick wit and some lucky misunderstanding can prove quite lucrative.

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Thursday, November 6, 2014

Episode 38: Meaghan Thompson: 2005 Duxbury grad and new library director




Meaghan Thompson,
2005 Duxbury High School grad, assumes the role of new Library Director in the dynamic and eclectic town of Randolph, MA.

Meaghan  represents a new generation of library directors who are taking libraries into the 21 century.

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Monday, August 4, 2014

Episode 37: Twilight Zone: Identity Crisis Remake


Clay Neuger re-wrote the famous Twilight Zone episode: Identity Crisis, for the Radiofaces performance group. The premise: what if you suddenly were told that what you thought was your real life is really a TV show? Truman Show anyone?

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Episode 36: The Angers Connection: Phoebe Marshall-Raimbeau explains it all



Duxbury High School teens Skyping with Angers teens

American Phoebe Marshall-Raimbeau is the Director of the Bibliothèque Anglophone, in Angers, France.
She reached out to us over eight years ago to become a sister library with hers and we have been collaborating ever since.
 Pen pals, Skyping, Garden Club visitors, email updates have all been ways we have maintained our link to the wonderful people of Angers.

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Bibliothèque Anglophone web site