If these halls could talk

On the Danforth Campus, grotesques and bosses dot the landscape, from halls dating to the 1904 World’s Fair to those only a few years old. Although these creatures are longtime fixtures, the stories behind many of them remain a mystery.
Sean Carroll, “Brave Genius”

The liberal arts roots of genius

In Brave Genius, biologist Sean Carroll, PhD, AB ’79, moves beyond science and into World War II history, the French Resistance, philosophy and Cold War politics to tell the story of two Nobel Prize winners, biologist Jacques Monod and writer Albert Camus.
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