“We were not expecting to find bodies,” says Betsy Bryan, professor of Egyptian art and...
Stories by Ian Mathias
Sea Tales Inspire Former Inmate
A book—and its author—helped a former bank robber chart a new course for his life.
The Missing Perspective in the Middle East (and Elsewhere)
Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid Al-Hussein ’87 offers his unique perspective of the Arab Spring.
Businesses want problems solved on the cheap, and soon-to-be college graduates want the attention of...
On July 4, 2012, researchers at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland, announced the...
Con Men Characters of American Literature
Social Climbers and Charlatans in American Literature is a popular course in the English department.
Around the World in 16 Days
You can read about Ugandan orphans all day long,” says public health studies major Amelia...
For most of us, the name Galileo Galilei evokes a vision of a nearly infallible...
“I Sit with Shakespeare and He Winces Not”
“When I was a freshman, sitting in my room in Griffin House,” John Guess, Jr....
Learning Chinese Opens Doors to Collaboration
As China’s economy continues to grow, so does the country’s scientific and technological prowess. Decades...
Rebuilding the Foundation of Science Education
A new university-wide initiative aims to change the way science is introduced to undergraduates. With...
Bringing Writing Into Baltimore Schools
“I want you to think about how to get rid of wishy-washy words,” Writing Seminars...