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Architecture professor showcases historic building materials

michael mullady Each handmade, architectural ornament in Howard Weisenthal’s exhibit of historical building materials is a testimony to architecture appreciation. The exhibit, which is on display in the lobby of the Architecture and Environmental Engineering Building, showcases a variety of pieces from Weisenthal’s personal collection. One piece, from a building in Philadelphia, is a worker’s […]

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Chemistry alumnus finds largest prime number

Caitlin Donnell In a universe of exactness and concrete formulas, they’ve been called rowdy, erratic, disorderly, humongous, beautiful, monstrous integers. Yet, many people are spending a lot of time looking for them. They are prime numbers, numbers that can only be divided by themselves and by one. Ever since Euclid, the great Greek mathematician, proved […]