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More than meets the eye
Although the eye is vision's front door, the brain creates perception. Researchers want to reveal how the mind translates light into visual experience.

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In the third installment of a four-year project, the Magazine revisits our Chicago Seven. Less engaged in extracurricular activities and more focused on the future, the College third-years are, by their own admission, growing up.

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Meet William F. Browder, AB'85. As head of Hermitage Capital Management, Browder's making money for his investors—and, he hopes, making Russia a better place.

IMAGE:  Bursting at the seamsBursting at the seams
A new Center for Creative and Performing Arts could alleviate Chicago's artistic overflow—and develop a model for nurturing the arts at a research institution.
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Over the course of six decades at Chicago, historian Karl J. Weintraub became synonymous with Western Civilization in the Core. His 1984 Ryerson Lecture shows why.

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