Kathryn Vandervalk, AB’16

Poetry in motion

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Festival of the Arts on campus hosts a multidisciplinary performance of poets, dancers, and musicians.

Faculty research

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Grapevines’ “microbial signature” may influence a wine’s taste and more, a blood pressure drug may help with multiple sclerosis, a UChicago bioethicist calls for more research into Muslims’ health behaviors, and a compound found in magnolia tree bark may prevent heart disease.

Particulate matters

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Economist Michael Greenstone studies the human cost of China’s pollution in the Huai River Valley.

The all-nighters

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Hours at the library stack up during finals week.

Entangled lives

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A Center for Gender and Sexuality Studies event explores a lesbian love triangle dating to UChicago’s earliest days.

Sold

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The Vend + Vibes Marketplace put the cool wares of local artists and entrepreneurs on display.

Bankers’ rules

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Reminded of their professional identity, bankers became more dishonest.

Faculty research

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Disrupting cancer-cell division, buzz as an economic commodity, surgery that relieves apnea and asthma, and a STING operation to fight disease.

Law and disorder?

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Thirty-six students dress up as lawyers and witnesses for a mock trial tournament at Eastern Michigan University.

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