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Safire speaks of science in Washington, D.C.
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Arts and Sciences Dean Cathryn Newton introduces New York Times columnist and author William Safire ’51, H’78 at “Speaking of Science,” held May 27 at The Dana Center in Washington, D.C. Safire moderated a panel discussion on the teen brain with Jay Giedd of the National Institute of Mental Health; Kay Redfield Jamison of The Johns Hopkins University; and Stephen Maisto of Syracuse University. The Dana Foundation chair also wrote an updated and expanded version of “Safire’s Political Dictionary” (Oxford University Press, 2008), pictured here.