Ninth Letter is not your father’s literary journal.
You never know what to expect with an issue of Ninth Letter. Readers might receive a car in one issue...a utility bill in the next one...a postcard from Argentina in another...or maybe a microfiche in the next issue.
The sixth and final 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.)
A history alumna goes to YouTube, and beyond.
A professor is on a quest to discover how the environment has controlled life on Earth, and how life adapts and even alters the environment, for better or for worse.
LAS alumna receives Medal of Valor for work in Africa.
Lynn Martin, former Secretary of Labor, honors women teachers in LAS.
How a tireless English professor obtained the library of one America’s greatest poets.
Successful alumni hail from the same era at the U of I.
- LASNews Summer 2013
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Around the College
- Exercise Boosts Brainpower
- Who’s Afraid of the Dark?
- Sweat, Sports, and the Mind
- Rethinking an Ancient Artifact
- Growth in a Booming Field
- A 21st-Century Step in Learning
- Answers for Ants
- Research without Walls
- The Evolving Shape of Math
- A New Tool in Reducing Obesity