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Danny Crichton

Adventures in Academia: Should No Child Left Behind extend to universities?

In a class as large in scope as the thirty unit HumBio Core, there are bound to be some concepts that students remember better than others. For me, some elements of proteins come back in a flash, while immunology seems to be a just a fleeting memory. Why the difference, and more importantly, is there a pattern in the material that students remember and the material that they do not?

Adventures in Academia: Living Life in the Rearview Mirror

Roman, Byzantine, British. These are among the great empires of European history, the groups that influenced the development of entire centuries of human existence. Despite all of their glories and riches, they eventually receded from prominence, their power waning in a long struggle against decline. The question of this decade, and indeed so far this…
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