By Eun J. Lee
Nobel laureate Dr. John F. Nash outlined economic game theory and his pioneering role in its development last night.
John M. Edmond
Edmond was a pioneer in the study of particulate matter and trace elements in the oceans. Boyle said that Edmond started his career researching the role of carbon dioxide in the ocean. Edmond also studied the chemical cycles of other elements and compounds in the ocean.
Townes Lectures on Black Hole
Nobel laureate Charles H. Townes gave a lecture last night discussing the research that proved the existence of a black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.
Exploration Focus Of Ulysses Project
Sam Jahanmir ’01 hadn’t traveled much before last summer.
Wellesley Marks 125th Anniversary Milestone
The Wellesley College community welcomed back two illustrious alumnae last Friday as the school celebrated the 125th anniversary of its founding.
By Melissa S. Cain
The Undergraduate Association Council elected Victoria K. Anderson ’02 as its speaker for the upcoming academic year.
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Institute Supports Women’s Studies
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