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Mississippi Eyes

Matt Herron ’53 remembers the summer of 1964, when he led a seminal photography project to capture the story of civil rights in the South
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In Our Heads

Professor Michael Graziano ’89 *96 develops a new theory of what it means to be conscious
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The People Who Saw Evolution

After 40 years of research on Darwin’s finches, Peter and Rosemary Grant have written their valediction
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Universities on the Defensive

In an excerpt from his Alumni Day talk, a national education leader lays out the challenges facing higher education
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Power to the People

Social psychologist Amy Cuddy *05 explains how we make judgments, and how our bodies can help us feel more powerful
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A War Brought Home

In his photographs of the Civil War, Alexander Gardner proved the power of an art form coming of age
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Life on the Run

A rising star in sociology chronicles the human costs of America’s penal system
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Turning Back the Clock

Can some of the declines associated with aging be delayed or even prevented? Coleen Murphy thinks so.

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