History lives on

“I always thought it would be wonderful in the afterlife if you could listen to them debate.”

Robert Remini, professor emeritus of history and former historian for the U.S. House of Representatives, quoted in an obituary after his death, April 4 Washington Post



 “I am so glad that over the years he became a friend.”

Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin on Robert Remini, professor emeritus of history, April 5 Chicago Tribune


“In general, being able to focus or control your attention is a good thing for most cognitive tasks. But sometimes too much focus may not be the best thing.”

Andrew Jarosz, graduate student in psychology, discusses the connection between drinking and creative problem-solving, April 3 New York Post



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