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Distinguished Professor David S. Reynolds (English) published an essay exploring the meaning of the iconic character Atticus Finch, as portrayed in the recently released novel by Harper Lee, Go Set a Watchman.
Ph.D. student Emnet Gammada (Psychology) will serve as the American Psychological Association intern at the UN for the upcoming academic year.
Robert Solow (MIT) and the GC’s Paul Krugman respond. Part 3 of a 4-part series this summer.
This week, Mandiberg (GC/Staten Island, Interactive Technology and Pedagogy) begins turning Wikipedia into an old-fashioned print reference set running to 7,600 volumes.