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Spring/Summer 2014

A Sweet Perspective

California realist Wayne Thiebaud played a seminal role in the Pop Art movement of the 1960s. He developed a national following in 1962 with his signature paintings of popular American food, including pies, cakes, ice cream cones, and other sweets that quickly won the hearts of the public with their nostalgic imagery, iconic compositions, and vibrant color.

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Healing History

After years of treating the challenges unique to African Americans in his private practice, Graduate School of Education and Psychology professor Daryl Rowe is developing the tools to lead them to recovery.

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