- Mandeville exhibit showcases mavericks of the art world - 2014
A collection of prints by 27 major figures of the art world—including Cézanne, Corot, Daumier, Goya, Lichtenstein, Manet and Miró—were on view at the Mandeville Gallery during fall term.
- New in Jewish Studies
Several recent initiatives have strengthened the College's Jewish Studies program and the College's outreach to alumni.
- Bringing Apollo 13 home
April 13, 1970: An oxygen tank onboard explodes, and NASA asks Donald Harvey ’52 to help bring the astronauts home.
- Fighting for everyone's genes
Imagine a world where some big corporation owns the rights to your DNA. Sound unlikely?
- Double stuf Oreo? Maybe not
What may be one of the tastiest experiments ever conducted happened like this.
- Succeeding on the hill
Pete Haviland-Eduah ’10 is putting his Union education to good use.
- Just for med students
As far as they know, in-Training is the only online magazine dedicated exclusively to medical students.
- How were the heaviest elements made?
It’s a mystery.
- Mutual funds: Fine dining or cheap eats?
When you think of mutual funds, you may not think of eating. Unless you’re Tomas Dvorak, who likes to think of mutual fund companies as restaurants.
- Investigating online health habits
Google’s not just a noun any more, it’s a verb. As in, Google it, if you want to know something.
(from the Alumni Calendar)
Marsha Therese Danzig '85 was recently featured in the Dayton Daily News. The profile focused on her new book, Fierce Joy, and her success as founder and executive director of Color Me Yoga for Children.