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On September 18, the New York Times published "Haunted Man of the Cloth and Pioneer of Gay Rights," a profile of MH alumnus Rev. James Stoll. Beliefs columnist Mark Oppenheimer introduced Stoll this way: "In the world of religion, one of the great neglected actors, a man who had a marquee moment but then fell into obscurity, is the Rev. James Stoll, a Unitarian Universalist who died in 1994. Mr. Stoll, one of the first openly gay ministers in America, had a difficult life, and his demons seemed to follow him to an early grave."  The accompanying photo was drawn from the Northfield Mount Hermon archives. To read the full article, click here.