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Prehistoric hunters on the cutting edge

  Posted on: January 23, 2014

In the life of a Paleolithic hunter from over 250,000 years ago, the ability to take down prey from a distance would have been a vast improvement over confronting a dangerous animal at close quarters. New research by Dr. Karl Hutchings and colleagues finds evidence that these early hunters developed the technology to do so far earlier than first thought.

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Celebrating Alice Munro

  Posted on: December 10, 2013

Faculty, students, and staff gathered to honour Canadian short fiction author Alice Munro, who bestowed with the Nobel Prize for Literature for 2013.

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Inspiration at Every Turn

  Posted on: December 4, 2013

Nina Johnson’s creative writing students often complain of writer’s block. In a new research project, Johnson hopes to help them past the block with a unique mindfulness exercise: the finger labyrinth.

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