Students in assistant professor Chris Larson's sculpture course, "Site, Environment, Community," might not have been expecting mathematics and power tools to play such an important role in their creation of art.
But then, it's not every class that gets to design and build two holes of mini golf for a world-renowned museum like The Walker Art Center.
A conference this week celebrates the birth of former U professor and Pulitzer Prize winner John Berryman. Poet and English professor Peter Campion comments.
Are prison guards feeling chastised for a system with too much incarceration? Josh Page, sociology, explains their silence on a new prisoner-release proposal.
We tend to think comfort foods are an antidote for emotional afflictions. But maybe they're not, says Traci Mann, a professor of psychology at the University of Minnesota.
Kathleen Hull, U of M sociology associate professor, comments.
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