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Vol. 66, No. 1

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Winter 2003–04

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Innovation at Rochester: An A to Z Guide

Innovation at Rochester: An A to Z Guide

Who discovered vitamin K? What is a wind ensemble? Why is the work of William Blake so well suited to an online world? And, indeed, how has Rochester played a part in these and other influential innovations? Drawing inspiration from the theme for the College’s upcoming Meliora Weekend, October 10–12, Rochester Review set out to catalog just a few of the innovative ideas that Rochester faculty, staff, alumni, and students have produced to change—in both big ways and small—the world in which we live. By Scott Hauser

NROTC Battalion Commander Anne Marie Regan ’03

‘Squared Away’

Anne Marie Regan ’03 is the latest to complete a tour of duty as student leader of Rochester's Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps. By Jayne Denker

New Test for Hearts at Risk?

Who should be tested for a new indicator of heart disease? Medical Center researcher Thomas Pearson, who led a national panel on the subject, answers questions. By Laurie Tarkan

Domestic Artistry

Alan Topolski

Allen Topolski, associate professor in the Department of Art and Art History, explores the gaps betwen collecting and recollection in his nationally recognized work. By Scott Hauser

Year in Review, 2002–2003

A look at the year that was. By Jayne Denker

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