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The bigger questions in science

The bigger questions in science

For a whopping 360 students, bioethics course tackles problems at “the core of our existence.”

When Political Science 309b—“Leading Issues in Bioethics”—met for the first time a year ago, Arthur W. Galston, Ph.D., the Eaton Professor Emeritus of Botany and lecturer in political science, expected that the 125-seat Mason Laboratory would be the right size for the undergraduate course. But on Day One students were...

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A week of fund-raising nets $20,000 for the hungry and homeless

A week of fund-raising nets $20,000 for the hungry and homeless

Thursday usually finds Interim Dean Dennis D. Spencer, M.D., HS ’77, in the operating room. But last November 20, he...

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Art class gives students of medicine, anatomy another resource to draw upon

Art class gives students of medicine, anatomy another resource to draw upon

On occasional Thursday afternoons throughout the academic year’s first semester, students returned after hours to the...

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