Archives for November 2014

San Francisco Celebrates Giants World Series Win — A Video by Alex Colby ’10

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee ’74 provided a jumbotron screen in front of city hall for a public viewing of  Game 7 of the World Series. Filmmaker Alex Colby ’10 was there — and captured the fans celebrating the Giants’ third World Series win in five years.

The 2-2: The Moment SF Won from Future Films on Vimeo.

Friday Scoreboard


Volleyball — The volleyball team suffered a 3-1 setback at Amherst Friday evening.


FBI Behavior Expert on the 7 Ways You Can Get People to Like You (Business Insider)


From talking out family problems to navigating networking attempts, hitting the right conversational note can be difficult. We’ve all been left standing awkwardly at a party at some point in our lives, feeling like everyone else has the charisma we don’t. (You haven’t? You are lying.)

For times like these, Robin Dreeke, former head of the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Program, offers simple tips on how to get a conversation going.

Marveling at The New Superheroes Breaking Through (The Atlantic)


From The Avengers to Captain America, Marvel Cinematic Universe has produced films that have become blockbuster hits.

Up next, Marvel plans to introduce its first superhero of color, the Black Panther, and its first female, Captain Marvel. Read The Atlantic article, “Marvel’s Increasingly Ludicrous (and Exciting, and Diverse) Plans.