Western Libraries is now home to a digitized database of four of North America’s most influential newsmagazines of the past 150 years.
When a group of civic-minded citizens of an urban metropolis arrives at a decision to ‘go for the gold’ and lodge a bid to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to host ‘the greatest sports show on earth’ that is when things get complicated.
Why settle for one option when you can enjoy an ‘outburst of good things’ when Arts & Humanities Dean Michael Milde takes his turn on Read. Watch. Listen.
You’ll stop and wonder if that is exactly what Paul and Art meant by ‘Silence’ when Information and Media Studies professor Nadine Wathen takes her turn on Read. Watch. Listen.
They have been called the ‘time bomb’ of cardiology – ascending aortic aneurysms. Now, researchers are digging deeper into the cause of these aneurysms looking to unlock possible ways of preventing them and saving thousands of lives.