‘No Belles’ showcases female power in sciences

Published on April 7, 2016.

Eighteen women, in total, have won the Nobel Prize in the sciences. This makes up less than 3 percent of the 581 people who have been awarded the prize in sciences.

Three women and one ukulele-playing artistic director brought the story of some of these women, as well as women who were neglected in winning the Nobel Prize, to the stage. The show was called “No Belles,” and it was held in the Myers Auditorium on April 5. This is the first time that “No Belles” has been done in a university.Read More »


‘Put people first:’ Dr. Bill Dorman leaves lasting impact on students, Comm dept.

Published on April 7, 2016.

It’s bittersweet for all parties involved when a professor announces his retirement; students, past and present, remember the good times shared, commend the professor on an astounding job done in the field and rejoice in the fact that he will have a happy retirement.Read More »