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September 17, 2012

Prof. Graesch's new book mentioned in Food Network Magazine

Food Network Magazine, Oct. 2012: This story mentions anthropology professor Anthony Graesch's new book, "Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century." According to the book, the average family fridge has 52 different things stuck to it.

Linda Lear '62 comments on 50th anniversary of Rachel Carson's 'Silent Spring'

National Geographic, Sept. 2012: Linda Lear '62, author of the biography, "Rachel Carson: Witness for Nature," and of the introduction to the 50th anniversary edition of Carson's "Silent Spring" is quoted in this story about what has changed in the 50 years since Carson wrote the book. Lear said that while Carson urged more cautious use of pesticides, she didn't advocate specific policies.

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