• How did life on planet Earth begin? Nick Lane, a professor of evolutionary biochemistry at the University College London, shared his insights into that question as this year’s Robert S. Morris Class of 1976 Visiting Fellow.

  • Robert Moses ’56, one of the most influential black leaders of the civil rights struggle, founder of The Algebra Project, Inc., and a MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, will return to Hamilton for a four-day visit and full slate of activities from Feb. 18 to 21.

  • Michael Parker Pearson, renowned archaeologist and author, will present the Morris Fellow lecture titled “Stonehenge: Investigating a Prehistoric Mystery” on Tuesday, April 17, at 7 p.m., in the Kennedy Auditorium.

  • Calling herself “the biggest fan of Dan Chambliss,” whose research she cites in her best-selling book Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, Angela Duckworth explained to a large Chapel audience that success depends on grit - the propensity to pursue goals with sustained passion.


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