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French architect on hybridization

In front of a full house at Hastings Hall, French architect Francois Roche delivered a Monday night talk entitled “The Risks of Hiring Me.” While […]

Navia discusses Latin American politics

Patricio Navia, master teacher of New York University’s Liberal Studies Program and a renowned Chilean political commentator, discussed Thursday how Latin American countries are working […]

Alcoa CEO sees power shift toward Asia in global business

Klaus Kleinfeld, chairman and CEO of Pittsburgh, Pa.-based aluminum company Alcoa, spoke about global developments in business at a Wednesday master’s tea. Kleinfeld spoke to […]

Cullman ’13 talks sailing career

In the 2010-’11 sailing season, Cam Cullman ’13 was named the Men’s New England Singlehanded Champion. He was also a member of both the All […]

M. TENNIS | Elis dominate weekend competition

The Bulldogs took home three victories on Saturday and Sunday in West Point, N.Y., where they traveled to play St. Bonaventure, Binghamton and host Army. […]

Acclaimed scientist Watson discusses cancer research

James Watson, who discovered the structure of DNA alongside Francis Crick, spoke Tuesday about his ongoing research in oncology. In his talk, “Driven by Ideas,” […]

Davenporters rally for ALS walk

About 40 Davenporters, including Dean Ryan Brasseaux and several other members of the Davenport administration, joined Boy Scouts and bagpipers at the Walk to Defeat […]