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A financial planning digest

on Admissions Blog

by Daniel Birdsall

53 minutes ago

With decisions out for a few weeks now, admitted candidates are largely moving past the initial frisson of that news to the task of making an enrollment decision. Many candidates are in the enviable position of […]

Curling Up and Flying Away

on First-Year Global Jumbos

by Calvin Zhao

1 hour, 3 minutes ago

by Roger Burtonpatel My friend from Costa Rica took me to her host dad's caretaker property: an abandoned library. As each Fellow moves through their journey, they're confronted by a slew of day-to-day […]

March 2020

on Synthetic Biology & System Bioengineering

by Nikhil Nair

1 hour, 15 minutes ago

Zac's and Karishma's paper is accepted! (Mar 30)Congratulations to Zac and Karishma for co-first authoring a paper on directed evolution of AvPAL - the active ingredient in Palynziq/Pegvaliase - used in the […]

Apocalypse Now

on How Films Think: A blog by Jack Kolis

by Jack R. Kolis

21 hours, 24 minutes ago

My favorite parts of the film were the scenes involving Lieutenant Kilgore, played by Robert Duvall. Kilgore couldn’t be more different from Captain Willard. Throughout the film the audience learns that Willard i […]

Darkness in Zero Dark Thirty

on Blunt Comedy Reviews by Conor Chepenik

by Conor J. Chepenik

1 day, 23 hours ago

Zero Dark Thirty is a film that doesn't try and hide from the truth. Instead, it reveals it with a darkness eerily similar to that of the U.S government when it had torture operations set up in order to gain […]