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A Tender and Comic Look At Gender, Death and Vietnam

A Tender and Comic Look At Gender, Death and Vietnam

By Michael Landes, Staff Writer

January 24, 2017


Filed under Arts, Theater, Top Stories

"Orange Julius" explores gender, death and memory through the lens of the Vietnam War.

Professor awarded for fear research

Professor awarded for fear research

April 28, 2014


Filed under Features

Joseph LeDoux, professor of neuroscience and psychology, received the William James Fellow Award from the Association for Psychological Science in recognition of his research of memory and emotion in early April. LeDoux said he was humbled to have been given the William James Fellow Award. “I...

Kennedy’s assassination does not define his legacy

Kennedy’s assassination does not define his legacy

By Christina Coleburn, Staff Columnist

November 17, 2013


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

On this Friday, Nov. 22, 50 years ago, Americans reeled in the wake of one of the darkest events in national history when President John F. Kennedy assassinated. Celebrated for his soaring eloquence, invigorating idealism and Camelot dynamism, Kennedy enjoyed an average approval rating of 70.1 percent, the highest of any post-World War II president. Although his time in the Oval Office lasted just 1,000 days, most Americans felt an em...