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Psychiatrist Eric Lenze, MD, writes in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that stress and cognitive issues are common problems among older patients, and he offers strategies to help. MORE
Gerald Early, PhD, reflects on the history, and the future, of black studies programs on the Center for the Humanities' new website. MORE
Neil Richards, JD, writes in Time about promises and privacy issues with big data. MORE
Matt Erlin, PhD, chair of the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures in Arts & Sciences, recently published a book, “Necessary Luxuries: Books, Literature, and the Culture of Consumption in Germany, 1770-1815.”MORE
Architects John Hoal, PhD, and Derek Hoeferlin discuss how lessons learned from their work after Hurricane Katrina can help better manage this area’s rivers.  MORE
Poet Carl Phillips, of Arts & Sciences, reads from his work at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference.MORE
Jason Q. Purnell, PhD, reflects on Ferguson and the St. Louis region's health disparities for "Hold That Thought," a podcast series from Arts & Sciences. MORE
Rachel Keith, chief registrar for the Kemper Art Museum, talks about work to conserve the museum’s collection of paintings.MORE
Provost H. Holden Thorp, PhD, talks about the obligations America’s great universities have. MORE
James Loomis, a sophomore in Arts & Sciences already involved in local politics, chats with The Huffington Post. MORE
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