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This Saturday: FEMMES FATALE

The stereotype of the “femme fatale” dates back almost to the beginnings of the American film industry, becoming a firm fixture in domestic melodramas and crime films of the Thirties through the Fifties. Indeed, that iconic figure is still occasionally resurrected in our allegedly more enlightened era (“Body Heat,” “Basic Instinct,” “Fatal Attraction,” “The Last Seduction,” etc.). However diverse their motives or tactics, these dangerous women prove to be more than a match for the generally hapless men in their lives.
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STAYING SANE
FUTURE OF BIOLOGY
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AIM2Flourish: Business for Good

AIM2Flourish highlights the UN Sustainable Development Goals and businesses working toward a better world. Roberta Baskin, Megan Buchter, and George Dionne discuss the foundations of the program, its global reach, the art of appreciative inquiry, and more.
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