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On-Campus Linguistics Symposium Takes on Austen, Shakespeare and Comics

The Feb. 24 linguistics symposium on campus grappled with two big questions: How can cognitive science lead to a better appreciation of literature, and how can literature be useful in understanding how the human mind works? Continue reading

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An Alumna’s Tasty Shakespeare Project

The Missoula Oblongata, an experimental theater company co-founded by Sarah Lowry ’05, is presenting its fourth collaborative Shakespeare project, a five-company re-imagining of Antony and Cleopatra (complete with desserts), this week in a secret location. Continue reading

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