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Modern-day wizards

MSU honors two new regents’ professors

Professor Michael Sexson
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Michael Sexson, professor of English, center, speaks with students Megan Bruggeman, left, and Alexandra Penewell on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at Montana State University.

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Professor Trevor Douglas
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Trevor Douglas, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, holds a ceramic model of a virus in his laboratory at Montana State University on Tuesday, Nov. 13.

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Professor Michael Sexson
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Michael Sexson, professor of English, left, and student Alexandra Penewell, center, listen to student Megan Bruggeman recite a poem on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at Montana State University.

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Professor Michael Sexson
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Michael Sexson, professor of English, poses for a portrait on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at Montana State University.

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Professor Trevor Douglas
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Trevor Douglas, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, holds a ceramic model of a virus in his laboratory at Montana State University on Tuesday, Nov. 13.

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Behind a heavy oak door in the Atkinson Quadrangle, a tree-shaded corner of Montana State University that has an air of Oxford about it, nine students watch as professor Michael Sexson weaves his magic.

At 70, Sexson’s hair is white, his hand trembles. But the English professor’s eyes are bright and his gestures are energetic as he leads the honors class in demystifying “The Manuscript Found at Saragossa.”

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