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Writer and adjunct instructor Repps Hudson reviews the novel “The Zone of Interest” in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.MORE
School of Medicine students share their journey to create IDEA Labs, a bioengineering design incubator, in Nature Biotechnology.MORE
Laurie F. Maffly-Kipp, PhD, discusses the history and status of Mormonism for “Hold That Thought,” a podcast series from Arts & Sciences. MORE
David Rushing, executive chef at the Danforth University Center, talks about his experience on the TV show “Extreme Weight Loss” and his healthier lifestyle. MORE
Vincent Sherry, PhD, of Arts & Sciences, writes about Marjorie Perloff, who is giving a lecture and receiving the university’s International Humanities Medal on Wednesday.MORE
Graham Colditz, MD, DrPH, a disease prevention expert at Siteman Cancer Center, writes on the American Association for Cancer Research blog about starting healthy habits during youth to lower breast cancer risk.MORE
A group of Brown School students, studying both social work and public health, write a piece, featured in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, about preventing mental illness. MORE
Economist Stephen Williamson, PhD, of Arts & Sciences, writes on his blog about lessons from the financial crisis.MORE
Rebecca Rothney (AB ’71) has been named a “Traveler of the Year” by National Geographic Traveler. Rothney founded the nonprofit organization Pack for a Purpose. MORE
Darren Dochuk, PhD, discusses evangelical Protestantism’s relationship with the oil industry for “Hold That Thought,” a podcast series from Arts & Sciences.MORE
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