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Wall-walking dancer Rachael Lincoln: ‘It’s a duet’

Wall-walking dancer Rachael Lincoln: ‘It’s a duet’

At 10:30 a.m. Friday, Rachael Lincoln leaned slowly out into space, hands at her sides — and then walked down the side of Meany Hall for the Performing Arts. Then, as coolly as if she were strolling to the corner for coffee, she did it again an hour later, and then a third time, all flawlessly.

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Study: People try to 'pushback' from technology

Study: People try to 'pushback' from technology

After an analysis of 233 online images, the researchers "found strong visual expressions of resistance to technology related to overload, health, relationships and reserved (technology-free) spaces."

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Study of women scientists' return to academia

Study of women scientists' return to academia

Researchers interviewed 10 women who successfully transitioned into university faculty or instructor positions after working as corporate scientists or industry or government researchers. They explored the challenges and rewards in making that leap, the support and tools that made it easier and how the skills women acquired in industry helped or hindered them.

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Reflections on the habitability of Planet Earth

Reflections on the habitability of Planet Earth

We know the Earth is habitable because — well, here we are. But would it look like a good candidate for life from hundreds of light-years away? Good, but perhaps not great.

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The Trisha Brown Dance Company performs for three nights in Meany Hall, pianist Igor Levit makes his Seattle debut, and the UW Musical Theater program presents the final performances of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”

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Red Square, White Square

Red Square, White Square

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