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In the 1960s, the excavation of an ancient Greek merchant ship off the northern coast of Cyprus revealed an extraordinary time capsule from the early Hellenistic period.

The Anthropology Department at the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences is set to elevate its writing curriculum in the 2024-25 academic year.

PhD student Amit Kaushik has recently published a magazine article with Current Conservation titled, “Alice in Chains: Ground Staff Heroes, Conservation Realities, and Reflecting on William Cronon’s Insights

Yeongseo Son’s essay “Efficacy of Neutrophil Elastase Inhibitors in Chronic Lung Disease Patients: A Systematic Revi

This May, Holland Butsch’s essay “Evidence of Diet Using Dental Pathology and Stable Isotope Analysis in Greek Populations

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