Students in assistant professor Chris Larson's sculpture course, "Site, Environment, Community," might not have been expecting mathematics and power tools to play such an important role in their creation of art.
But then, it's not every class that gets to design and build two holes of mini golf for a world-renowned museum like The Walker Art Center.
A study by economist Fatih Guvenen is dissected to explain the composition of the top 1 percent and the implications toward women.
Bob Dylan's music in a recital hall? By a jazz big band? At the university from which Dylan dropped out? Yes, yes, and yes.
Julia Bogorad-Kogan of the School of Music writes an entertaining piece about her experience with music and her take on the overlooked role of the flute in orchestras.
Admirers from around the world celebrated what would have been John Berryman's 100th birthday.
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