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It's extreme: Cantor's contemporary gallery makeover

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The Cantor Arts Center has performed a floor-to-ceiling reinstallation of its contemporary gallery, with a new exhibition of art dating from the 1950s to now. "Extreme Makeover: A Fresh Look at the Cantor Arts Center's Contemporary Collection" juxtaposes new and familiar and opens Dec. 15.

Student invention hooks children on engineering

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An award-winning interactive display created by students is rapidly gaining notice for its imaginative approach to teaching children engineering design. Mechanix was created by Coram Bryant, a 2010 School of Education graduate, and Tiffany Tseng, a graduate student in mechanical engineering.

Native American Cultural Center director retiring

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After serving for more than 13 years as director of the Native American Cultural Center, and more than a decade as resident fellow in Muwekma-Tah-Ruk, Winona Simms has announced plans to retire at the end of autumn quarter and return to Oklahoma.

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