How broken is our government? It’s so broken, says professor Diane Halpern, that the Los Angeles Times described the current Congress as the most do-nothing Congress in recent history. “It’s so broken that nothing can get done,” she says. “And in fact, Republicans and Democrats can’t even agree over the fact that it’s broken.”
An April 26 Wall Street Journal story on costs associated with terrorism––with a particular focus on the bombings in Boston–– quoted CMC’s Brock Blomberg, the Peter K. Barker ’70 Professor of Economics, George R. Roberts Fellow, and dean of the Robert Day School.
Dear Members of the CMC Community,
It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Professor and Associate Dean of the Faculty Nicholas Warner as Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty during an important time of leadership transition at the College.