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July 2, 2012

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Medical students add art, music, literature to studies

The Arts, Humanities & Medicine Program is designed to improve medical care by facilitating research, public events and academic programming at the intersections among the arts, humanities and medicine.

Photo of Pamela Karlan, Photo credit: Jennife Pashcal

Karlan: Health care ruling could hamper Congress

Pamela Karlan, co-director of the Law School’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, foresees possible limitations on key Congressional powers based on the underlying considerations in the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act.

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Telescope may be key to asteroid detection system

The Sentinel Space Telescope will map the approximately half million large asteroids that populate the inner solar system. The observations could be used to identify threats decades in advance of an impending collision.

Campus Announcements

  • Visual Art Services set to close Aug. 31: Visual Art Services, which has provided photography, graphic illustration, digital imaging and more since 1958, is planning to close at the end of the fiscal year. They are fully operational until Aug. 31. If you have projects waiting in the wings, this might be a good time to get them done. Visit their website for more information.

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ROBERT TIBSHIRANI wins the Statistical Society of Canada’s highest honor . . .

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