During a visit to the Institute in the 1970s, the mathematician
John Horton Conway, then of Cambridge, spent the ten most
interesting minutes of his life. Invited to deliver a talk to the
undergraduate math club at Princeton, Conway made his way...
On an autumn night at the Institute, a sold-out audience
gathered in Wolfensohn Hall for the latest evolution of an unlikely
addition to the cultural canon—an opera based on Joseph
Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. The librettist, London artist