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Presidential search committee members named

Group plans to have replacement for Daniel by Spring 2016 Representatives for the search committee to replace former president David Daniel were announced...

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Nobel laureate in economics discusses gender

Gender inequality takes on many faces, Nobel laureate Amartya Sen said. It can be seen the moment cultural perceptions push a parent to...

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Improv course, professor encourages personal growth through art of comedy For an hour every Monday and Wednesday, Kathy Lingo welcomes her improv classes...

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Comet Town to break ground April 16

After years of planning and preparation, the construction of Comet Town, the development project on the north side of campus that will feature...

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Sound of Success

Student violist selected to perform with National Youth Orchestra at Carnegie Hall for second year Six years ago, Shan Su began volunteering at...

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Mediterranean eatery upgrades

Alumni teams up with restaurant owner to revamp struggling business with new look but same menu It was a dimly lit restaurant, encircled...


SG Report

Student government spring election results will be announced at 6 p.m. on March 11. after online voting takes place from March 9 to...


Lacrosse team gets back in action

Correction: In an earlier version of this article, Charles Shu’s name was incorrectly spelled. The Mercury regrets this error. The team showed up...

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Author decodes gender myths

Neuroscience professor at Rosalind Franklin University highlights misinterpreted differences in feminine, masculine roles in society As the little sister of three brothers, author...

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Visiting author details feats of WWII scientist, writer

Jacques Monod was a scientist by day and an activist by night.  He lived during World War II and worked to accomplish more...


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