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Redox Biology Center symposium is Oct. 12

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A scene from "Pearl," a short film inspired by Ted Kooser's poem of the same name.
A scene from "Pearl," a short film inspired by Ted Kooser's poem of the same name.

Kooser poem inspires short film

Ted Kooser’s poem “Pearl” has inspired a short film by Dan Butler. The film, available at http://go.unl.edu/pearl, has been showing at film festivals. The poem tells the story of a person who must travel to tell a cousin about a death in the family. Continue reading…

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