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Maura Connors, AB’15, loves soda bread and thinks all Irish people look good in green.
What you need to know about the seven newly discovered Earth-sized exoplanets.
Struggling with your picks for this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament? UChicago scholars share uncommon strategies for making selections.
An ugly rug, a stolen Tropical Hut planter, and why the bust of Silas J. Cobb is displayed in such an odd location.
Readers reflect on the impact of James Cronin, SM’53, PhD’55, and Frank Lillie, PhD 1894; debate climate change and free-market capitalism; remember the T-Hut; make observations about observing nature; and more.
Robin Hunicke, AB’95, designs video games for the soul.
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