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Week of April 4, 2011

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor:

The University Record of 28 March 2011 is particularly fine; thank you. The reason this issue was of greater than ordinary interest is that, as compared with most past issues, it is very rich in research reports.

Single-molecule science, the re-framing of the study of climate change, the consequences of cell phone use, the capacities of the human brain — inquiries and advances like these are the kinds of things that distinguish our university, and that our members want to read about.

Respectfully I urge that, going forward, administrative matters be reported with concision, while research reports in The University Record be full and frequent. That shift will make us all proud.

Respectfully yours,

Carl Cohen

Professor of philosophy, Residential College

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