Celebrating ice time for lovers on Valentine's Day, Shannon O'Brien and Jasson Cohen (C'99) warmed up at the Class of 1923 Ice Rink.
Photo by Mark Garvin
Originally published on February 26, 1998
“It either means the highly educated brain has better strategies for recovery, or masks disabilities better than the less educated brain. It might be like the difference between losing an engine on a jet with four engines versus a jet with two.”Douglas Smith, director of the Center for Brain Injury and Repair at the Perelman School of Medicine, on a study that found that the more years of education people have, the more likely they are to recover from a traumatic brain injury. (NBC News, April 23, 2014)