to Memphis by Elizabeth Jane Walker Pittsburgh
architect William Huff is planning to bring the works of Samuel
Hester Crone home to Memphis, 123 years after the artist left
to seek his fortune in Europe.
Tough ACT to Followby Greg Russell
client calls it a "miracle place" while another
refers to it as "the place that saved my life."
The U of M's Mid-South Access Center for Technology is dramatically
enhancing the lives of individuals with disabilities and impairments.
New Degree of Interest by Olivia Miller A
new master's program at The U of M is preparing students to
face the challenges of the dynamic world of e-commerce.
Knowledge, Rebuilding a Communityby
Lesley Katerski The
Greenlaw-Manassas neighborhood of North Memphis was once a flourishing
community, but decades of crime and poverty have taken their
toll. U of M students are taking part in a project to restore
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art: Watercolor of a plaza at the
Bay of Naples by Samuel Hester Crone. This painting and other
works by Crone will eventually reside at the Art Museum of the
University of Memphis. Read more.