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The Power Of Music

On Monday afternoon, Senior Staff Writer Charlotte Slovin and Staff Writer Julia Tolda attended a Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience event titled How Music Moves Us: Exploring the Connection Between Music and Emotions. The event focused on the ways music moves humans through the lens of neuroscience, movie-scoring, and machine learning.

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A team from Chicago is trying to make your procrastination a tad more intellectual, with a side of creepy. For the low price of $9.99, you can now scroll through hundreds of images of Einstein’s brain from the convenience of your table in Butler. (Business Week) A 6.2-magnitude earthquake rocked Baja California yesterday. Reports have not confirmed […]

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Focus on summoning your absolute best memory. Relive your happiest moment. Do you have it in mind? Good. Now, what if it never actually took place?! Bwog gray matter enthusiast Bijan Samareh joined Dr. S. Matthew Liao for a lecture in the rafters of Schermerhorn to engage in just such speculation.  Is the lingering memory […]

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Yesterday, we had sun. Last night, we had wind chills. Two days before, it was sort of gray. This weather is confusing, but with any luck, spring will… spring (for real) very soon! In the meantime, you can act like it has already sprung by stocking up on delicious organic foods at the Greenmarket that […]

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