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Driving human emotions

Driving human emotions

February 17, 2014

Driving can be a very stressful activity, especially in Chicago. But what if cars could detect a driver’s emotional state and possibly prevent an accident?This is the goal for a team of researchers from th...

Putting bad sleep habits to rest

By Kyle Rich

September 10, 2012

It’s not a secret that college students are one of the most sleep-deprived demographics. Juggling work, classes and an active social life can leave little time for sleep.Colleges and researchers have long recognized the negative consequences of sleep deprivation and are looking to bring more attention to the issue so they can finally put bad sleeping habits to bed.Karen Newton, director of health promotion at the Univers...

Manifest 2012 ‘pedal-powered’

By Heather Scroering

April 9, 2012

In a few weeks, the main topic of conversation is likely to shift from prioritization, with its many listening forums and layers of recommendations, to the college’s largest and most attractive event of the year, Manifest.This year’s celebration, pushed forward one week to May 4 because of the NATO summit, will see more than 75 showcases, a pedal-powered amusement park and countless other exhibitions featuring the work ...

Manifest Preview 2011

By Cristina Aguirre

April 25, 2011

Columbia’s Office of Student Affairs, in coordination with the Arts, Entertainment and Media Management Department, presented a sample of what student work will be showcased at Manifest 2011 on May 13. Four musical acts—three bands and a DJ—took the stage at the 1104 Center, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., with hopes of garnering excitement for Columbia’s annual urban arts festival. A class taught by Mecca Perry, who is associ...

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