Tech writer and law student Julian Dibbell tackles the problem of virtual property.
Doctors at the University’s Celiac Disease Center raise awareness about a little-known condition.
Taylor Simpson, the Division III women’s basketball player of the year, casts a wide net.
Believing that fairy tales have lost their magic, Renaissance scholar Armando Maggi, PhD’95, calls for a new kind of happily ever after.
With the new Institute for Molecular Engineering, the University fills a historical void and hopes to shape the scientific future.
Law School graduate and administrator James Hormel, JD’58, seemed to have a storybook family and career. His secret life, however, could undo it all.