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U-M librarian Justin Joque's "sonification" of stock market activity since the 1930s provides weird and revealing insight into the economy.
Wise folks say that wisdom can only be earned by experience, but new research indicates that there might be a way to develop your capacity to make wise decisions.
What do you think about "-ize" words? Many people deplore them, but that probably doesn't make much difference.
"Super 8" is a reminder of those old films we used to shoot, grainy, silent and lovely, about our lives. And how a handful of great directors got their starts in their own backyards.
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A tree grows on the Diag
July 13, 2011
What are your memories of trees on campus? About the Diag...or the Arboretum, or other wooded spaces? Tell your story in the comments section.
is an author and historian. His new book, The Man He Became: How Franklin Roosevelt Defied Polio to Win the Presidency, will be published by Simon & Schuster in November.