"Most physicists would have disregarded the negative solutions as being "unphysical" and thrown them out of the model.  Dirac resisted this notion, for in addition to being a physicist, he was a meticulous mathematician. Throwing out the negative energy solutions would be like throwing away a fundamental part of the physics!"

-- Phoebe Yeoh

Verge is an undergraduate journal that is faculty- and student-nominated, and faculty- and student-advised. It collects the best of academic, research-based writing and more creative nonfiction work. The journal's interdisciplinary approach emphasizes the links between different academic departments, as well as the links between the curiosities, inquiries, and achievements of individuals who might not otherwise know about one another's work.

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Our current issue, Verge 10 (academic year 2012-2013), is now available.

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