Big and Small
LSA Magazine Spring 2015
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China's growing middle class is making new demands on its government. Join LSA for a tour of the challenges facing China’s present—and shaping its future.
LSA’s Zell Writers’ Program has its own letterpress, where students transform literature into one-of-a-kind objects of beauty and learn the literal weight of their words.
Labs in LSA are using Nobel Prize–winning microscope techniques to see down to the molecular level, magnifying major possibilities for how we may one day see the world.
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The Trolley Problem
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Life in the Big City
An alumna comes home to Dubai.