In the Snow, Talk on “Saving Life on Earth”

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A blizzard raged outside the Robert A. Jones ’59 House last Wednesday evening, but inside, the conference room was filled to its capacity of 100.[...]

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Students Read People’s History

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The stories we tell ourselves about our own past are the result of hundreds of voices — both named and otherwise — coming together to[...]

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Lecturer Talks Experience Through Art

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What is art, and what defines art as worthy to be in a museum? These are the crucial questions Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance Catherine[...]

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Julliard President to Speak on Steinway

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The dedication of a new Steinway concert grand piano brings President of the Julliard School, Dr. Joseph Polisi, to the Kevin P. Mahaney ’84 Center[...]

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Miller-Lane on Contemplating a Mind-Based Education

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Education studies professor Jonathan Miller-Lane gave a public lecture last Wed., Feb. 19, that began with medieval church music — with improvisation on the saxophone[...]

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Davis Puts Fresh Spin on Masculinity in Sports

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On Tuesday evening, former National Football League (NFL) cornerback Wade Davis received snaps and laughs from a packed Mead Chapel audience as he honestly —[...]

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Stanger Talks History of Whistleblowing

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After a year of news stories about Edward Snowden and other whistleblowers, Russell J. Leng ’60 Professor of International Politics and Economics Allison Stanger set[...]

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Alumna Eurich Explains How to Score a Career You Love

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Last week the Center for Careers and Internships joined forces with the Psychology and Theatre Departments to bring Dr. Tasha Eurich ’02, organizational psychologist, speaker[...]

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Harriet Duleep Debunks Myths on the Economics of Immigration

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Although much of the attention on immigration reform in Congress centers on the policy toward illegal immigrants, Professor of Public Policy at the College of[...]

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Affolter Speaks on Race in the Classroom

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Visiting Assistant Professor of Education Studies Tara Affolter addressed the entangled issues of race and education in her lecture on Thursday, Dec. 6 entitled “Tell[...]

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Speaker Connects Alfred Hitchcock with Clinical Trials

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Alfred Hitchcock and randomized clinical trials seem like two entirely separate topics. The former is considered to be one of the greatest directors of all[...]

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Evangelist Endorses Environmentalism

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Richard Cizik, president of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good, spoke last Friday, Nov. 2 in the Robert A. Jones ’59 Conference Room[...]

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Poet Removes Mystery Behind Kabbalah

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Celebrities like Madonna may have helped popularize the general understandings of Kabbalah, but on Monday Oct. 22, a reading and lecture in the Abernethy Room[...]

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