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From left: Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Rajinikanth Mohan, Annabel Sangree '18, Thomson Tai '17, Taylor Arnoff '17.
Team Collaborates on Plant Gene Research

Serine Hydroxymethyltransferase (SHM) genes are traditionally known for their role in metabolism. They catalyze the reaction that generates carbon essential for the production of amino acids and other metabolites.  While humans have two SMHs, the plant Arabidopsis has seven of them. This summer Annabel Sangree ’18, Thomson Tai ’17 and Taylor Arnoff ’17 looked at the roles these additional genes play.  More ...

Year of the Party Crashers: Election 2016

Regardless of who wins the presidency in November 2016, the result will mark the culmination of a number of surprising and confusing issues. On Sept. 22 an expert panel engaged in a discussion of   issues ranging from the composition of the Supreme Court to the political parties’ power in selecting future presidential candidates.  More ...

New York program students in front of "Washington Crossing the Delaware" by Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze.
NY Program Tours Met

Students in the New York City program visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Sept. 14. Located on Fifth Avenue, the Met is the largest art museum in the United States. A museum guide provided an introduction then students had a close look at some master works and listened to the stories behind the art.  More ...

New Interactive Virtual Tour Launches

If you can't get to our beautiful campus this summer (or even if you can and can't get enough!), here is the next best thing.

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