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Creighton Undergrad Discovers Lost Manuscript

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Cole Crawford, a senior English and computer science major at Creighton University, discovered a long lost poem manuscript by 19th-century Scottish poet Robert Tannahill.

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Baldwin Wallace University Launches Country’s First Arts Management and Entrepreneurship Major

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A newly evolved Arts Management and Entrepreneurship program integrates the artistic, business and entrepreneurship education that best prepares students for career success.

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“Still Alice” Victory a Victory for Alzheimer’s Awareness

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Film Expert Discusses Gender Bias in Hollywood, 2015 Oscar Nominees

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‘Flicker: Your Brain on Movies’

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Why do so many of us cry at the movies? Why do we flinch when Rocky Balboa takes a punch? What’s really happening in our brains as we immerse ourselves in the lives being acted out on screen? These are the questions that Washington University in St. Louis neuroscientist Jeffrey M. Zacks, PhD, explores in his new book, “Flicker: Your Brain on Movies.”

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Can Neuroscience Make Movies Worthy of the #Oscars?

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Ursinus Professor Says Dearth of Women Oscar Nominees in Favor Of "Great Men" Roles Sets Up False Expectations for Everyone

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Oscar’s Women: Are Female Roles as Accessories to Great Men?

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An Ursinus College film professor calls for a "cultural shift" in how Hollywood perceives women.

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Dannagal Young Studies the Content, Audience, and Effects of Political Humor. She Can Talk on Jon Stewart’s Departure

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"Horrible Bosses" are EVERYWHERE! Research study shows at least 36% of bosses are either "dysfunctional" or "horrible"

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