Red All Over

May/June 2011

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Red All Over

Photo: Eric Van Den Brulle

Stanford biology professor Marcus Feldman, PhD '69, received a $1 million Dan David Prize for expanding knowledge of the past through his research into genetic and cultural evolution. . . . Christopher Tin, '98, MA '99, won two Grammys: for his album Calling All Dawns and for the crossover hit "Baba Yetu," the first song written for a video game (Civilization IV) to win a Grammy. . . . Novelist Michael Cunningham, '75, has been named to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. . . . The Madonnas of Echo Park by Brando Skyhorse, '95, (left) has won two prizes for first fiction: the Sue Kaufman Prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the Hemingway/PEN Award. . . . The Denver Post honored Willard "Wick" Rowland, '66, president and CEO of Colorado Public Television, as 2010 Television Person of the Year. . . . Britt Billmaier, '07, MA '08, was a contestant on ABC's The Bachelor.

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