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How a handful of American communities have begun to curb industrial and economic decline.
By Sam Scott
A frosh seminar explores the uses of randomness.
A philosophy professor rolls out some related concepts.
Alumni share stories of chance and circumstance.
With a random approach, two young scholars solve a tricky problem in one night.
Randomly selected from more than 235,000 living alumni, Bryant Johnson has long prepared for an interview like this.
In 1969, the fate of millions was determined by pulling birthdates from a glass container.
What Stephen Breyer’s clerks have to say about the justice and his legacy.
On the edge of campus sits a historic cactus garden with a thicket of stories to tell.
When all that number crunching is not enough.
An alum profile, selected at random. An issue of the Daily, drawn from a bowl. A tale of chaos and weather. Go ahead, pick a door.
Summer Moore Batte
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