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For Sam Pluta, music is the ultimate computer game.
The Array of Things takes Chicago’s pulse.
Professor Sian Beilock explains how using the body helps students better learn science.
Lisa Ellman, MPP/JD’05, and the future of domestic drones.
Examining why new technology often poses questions that the law isn’t equipped to answer.
Edward Tenner, AM’67, PhD’72, considers what “an informed life” means in the information age.
Out of office e-mail messages can be an art form all their own. We’ve collected some of the best from the Magazine’s in-box.