Searching History, Seeking Justice Working for UNESCO in Paris this summer on a Starr Center fellowship, Alex Foxwell ’16 discovered the terrible answer to a Second World War family mystery Uke-Pop Finale for Riverfront Concerts Ukulele artist Victoria Vox and cellist Katie Chambers perform July 17 on the Custom House lawn in the third and final free concert of the Starr Center’s summer series. Music Returns to the Custom House Lawn with Starr Center’s Popular Series The 2014 season of the Chestertown Riverfront Concert Series opens Thursday, June 19 with the rollicking Baltimore-based folk band Bumper Jackson. A Novel Approach to American History British historian and novelist Richard Francis settles into his Colonial Chestertown settings as he begins his writing fellowship at the College’s Starr Center. Fresh Take on the Revolution Takes the Prize! Andrew O’Shaughnessy is named winner of the $50,000 George Washington Book Prize for The Men Who Lost America.