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Two great arts stories with Wesleyan connections featured on WNPR’s popular ‘Where We Live.’

Is the outcry about the proposed mosque Islamophobia, well-reasoned, or somewhere in between?

Meyer discusses the idea of the double or doppelganger in literature and myth.

Prof. Gilmore says U.S. should continue to vigorously pursue manned and robotic space exploration.

Edward Moran, chair and associate professor of astronomy, director of the Van Vleck Observatory, took time to explain what black holes are – and are not – on WNPR’s Colin McEnroe Show.

WNPR News featured a story on Jessica Posner ’09, Wesleyan Writing Fellow, and Kennedy Odede ’11 and the school for girls they built over the summer in Kibera, Kenya. The school, which the two students built using a Projects for Peace Grant, is up and running.

Brian Stewart, associate professor of physics and director of Wesleyan’s Molecular Collisions Laboratory, settles once and for all exactly what the Heisenberg Principle means on NPR’s “The Colin McEnroe Show.”

Gil Skillman, chair and professor of economics, was a featured guest on WNPR’s “Where We Live” discussion on the general state of the economy one year after the demise of Lehman Brothers and the onset of the recession. Skillman and two other economists discuss what led to the collapse and point out some of the […]

The Colin McEnroe Show on WNPR had a discussion about Vodou and Haitian culture featuring Elizabeth McAlister, associate professor of religion, associate professor of African American studies, and Gina Ulysse, associate professor of anthropology, associate professor of African American studies, associate professor of feminist gender and sexuality studies.

Laura Grabel, the Lauren B. Dachs Professor of Science and Society, professor of biology, was one of three guests on WNPR’s “Where We Live” discussing the international scientific stem cell conference in New Haven known as StemCONN. She and Lori Gruen, associate professor of philosophy, associate professor of feminest, gender and sexuality studies, both presented […]

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