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  • The Opinion Department: Who We Are

    Carolyn Lumsden (clumsden@courant.com) has been with The Courant since 1992 as an editorial writer, op-ed editor and now editorial page editor. She was previously a reporter for the Associated Press in Massachusetts and a copy editor for Random House. Carolyn has a master's degree in communications from Stanford University and one in legal studies from Yale Law School, where she was a Knight fellow. She's married to Francesco Martini, a native of Italy, which they return to every summer.
  • Soldiers trade guns for sketch books

    Soldiers trade guns for sketch books
    The world of America's soldiers come sharply into focus without the need for film clips, old newsreel footage or graphic photographs at the National Constitution Center's new exhibition, "Art of the American Soldier." Soldiers swapped their guns for...

    The Bell Curve: Calmer moments in World War II

    I was surfing through cable TV stations Wednesday, looking for a path to write about Veterans Day. I stumbled on "Hoosiers," a film based on the true story of five boys from the tiny Indiana farming community of Milan, who worked, played and bonded...

    Sidewalks: 1st-class cartoonist

    Sidewalks: 1st-class cartoonist
    So, I was standing in a line at a South Side post office when I got into a conversation with an older man who told me that he was there to buy a new stamp featuring his "hero," Bill Mauldin. "Did you ever hear of him?" the man said. "He was …" I...

    About Bob Englehart

    Bob Englehart was born November 7, 1945 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Influenced by children's book illustrators Tibor Gergely and H.A. Rey, he determined early in life to be an artist. Later, as a teenager, Bill Mauldin, Norman Rockwell, and the illustrators...