Michael Tritsch, a Near Eastern studies and archaeology double major, is conducting research at the Temple of Mut in Luxor, Egypt as part of his Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. His recent findings could change the concept of personal religion in Egypt in the 18th Dynasty.
Since 1898, the Astronomical Society of the Pacific has awarded the Catherine Wolfe Bruce Gold Medal for outstanding achievements in astronomy and physics
Biographer and journalist Cynthia Haven explores the life and times of French thinker and critic René Girard: 'His writing is powerful, incisive, lucid. It invites you to change your life.'
Five-year program offers integrated field training to undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral, and faculty researchers
New study suggests much of the dust on the surface of Mars comes from a single geological formation near the planet's equator
Exhibit examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this year of political, cultural, and social change
Introductory workshop teaches data analysis tool for those with little or no experience in any programming languages
Rec instructor Toni leads a 60-minute Spin class to some classic Disney songs
Kick off the school year and cheer on the Blue Jays during this celebration of the beginning of the academic and athletic year
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