Frankenstein, Shakespeare, and snow in July.
“We will each write a ghost story,” the poet Lord Byron famously announced in 1816. Byron, along with Mary and Percy Shelley, was spending the summer in 1816 in Switzerland, but the weather was the strangest anyone could remember.
A resilient principal and a moving documentary change fortunes at a Chicago school.
For many soldiers, the horrors of World War I strengthened their belief in God.
If current climate trends continue, Illinois summers might feel like eastern Texas.
The second part in a series examining the evolution of higher education since the construction of Lincoln Hall. (You will be taken to the Lincoln Hall website.)
Costa Rica will be ready for anything, thanks to Illinois’ input.
A Hollywood veteran teaches the art in the craft of television writing.
- LASNews Spring 2010
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Around the College
- New Center Takes a Step Toward Biological Machines
- From Shell Shock to PTSD
- Making Mathematical Connections in the Brain
- Slim Hopes for Democracy
- Depressed? Fearful? It Might Help to Worry, Too.
- Hope in the Fight Against Malaria and Bacterial Disease
- The ‘Third Wave’ Brings the World to Illinois
- Global Classroom
- The Wedding Crash
- Blazing Tundra
- Politics Often Undermines Even the Best of Environmental Agreements
- Professors Receive Nation’s Highest Academic Honors
- Researchers Uncover Core Differences Between Chimp and Human Brains
- Drug Abuse in Adolescence May Impair Adult Working Memory
- LAS Student Wins Goldwater Scholarship
- Artificial Nose Can Detect Problems in Coffee Batches
- Political Personalities