Back from Autism
Many autistic children overcome their symptoms after undergoing a form of behavioral therapy taught to U of M psychology students. Joe Mohs, diagnosed with autism 23 years ago, says he is living proof that the therapy works.
By Meleah Maynard
How to Win Friends -Fiction 2010
The winning entry in Minnesota magazine’s 11th annual fiction contest.
By Emily Beck Cogburn
The Fungus Detective
Robert Blanchette goes to extremes to solve microscopic mysteries and help preserve historic treasures.
By Emily Stone
“Good-bye, Brother,” an essay by Rich Broderick
About Campus - Summer 2010
Up close with Katie Couric, farm campus for a day, and wrestling with a new challenge
Arts & Events
Peter Rothstein directs Triumph of Love on the Minnesota Centennial Showboat.
Off the Shelf
Daughters of the Witching Hill, by Mary Sharratt
Discoveries - Summer 2010
Clarity on obesity and stroke, how love makes a difference, and electrifying insights into cells
Golden graduates Christine Tan and Barrett Moen
Letters - Summer 2010
Readers comment on recent articles.
Eric Hanson helps bring back Vermont’s loons.
Alumni Association Angle - Summer 2010
National President's Column
By Archie Givens (B.A. ’66, M.H.A. ’68)