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T H E S PY W H O DUMPED ME Susanna Fogel ’98, director and co-writer Lionsgate, 2018

This action comedy stars Mila Kunis and Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon as friends who unwittingly become entangled in an international conspiracy when an ex-boyfriend turns out to be a CIA agent.

movement. Not without controversy, the anthem remains relevant because of its ability to stir strong emotions and collective memories.

O! Relentless Death!: Celebrity, Loss & Mourning, A Collection of Images & Essays Lee Fearnside ’92 and Andrew Fearnside

Chimera Project, 2018 Faced with an onslaught of celebrity deaths in 2016 and the fallout of that fall’s

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presidential election, the Fearnside siblings found solace in art. With the help of writer friends, the pair created a celebratory volume honoring 17 notable people who, in their own spheres of existence, created art that made the world a

more livable place. Crisp linocuts accompany essays eulogizing the likes of David Bowie, Prince, Elie Wiesel, Muhammad Ali, Gwen Ifill, Alan Rickman, Carrie Fisher, and so many others who passed in a year filled with heavy loss.

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CALLING ALL CREATIVE TYPES Have you published a book or released a film or CD within the past year? Please contact martha_kennedy@concordacademy. org, and consider donating a copy to the J. Josephine Tucker Library’s alumnae/i collection.

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In the fall 2018 CA Magazine, the focus is on passion — for art, for change, and for shaping the future of Concord Academy. This issue intro...

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In the fall 2018 CA Magazine, the focus is on passion — for art, for change, and for shaping the future of Concord Academy. This issue intro...

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