Rochester Review is published 3 times annually
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In Pursuit of the Next Good
Quest: It's a brand-new category of courses designed to introduce freshmen to the exhilarating ways in which faculty members discover and build knowledge.
Back when a million really was a million, industrialist George Eastman built one of the most splendid monuments to music America had ever seen. They called it the Eastman School of Music.
Finding out how the zebra finch learns to sing can teach us a
thing or two about human learning and memory, say two Rochester
Priest, scholar, and professor, Curt Cadorette has spent much of
his life as a missionary in Peru. Now he's Rochester's new Newman
Professor, sharing his personal theology of hope and affirmation.
Why is cheating wrong? Because of its consequences, or because it
breaks a fundamental rule? Some undergraduates are helping local
schoolchildren wrap their minds around such moral puzzlers.
John Shantz '55 has multiple sclerosis, a life-altering disease. But rather than let himself be defeated by circumstances, he copes. And he has found a way to help others do the same thing.
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