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Researchers: Cat Poop Could Help Fight Cancer

HANOVER, N.H. (CBS Connecticut) – The secret ingredient in some future cancer treatments may be…cat poop. More specifically, a microscopic organism that lives in feline feces. 316 more words

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Tashi Wangmo: Prishtina, Kosovo


Tashi Wangmo UG ’14

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the University Clinical Center of Kosovo

Prishtina, Kosovo



Hello! My name is Tashi Wangmo and I am currently in Prishtina, Kosovo on a Dickey Global health internship with Katie Bean, a medical student from Geisel. 290 more words

Angie Lee; William Zhu; Tiffany Hoang: Hanoi, Vietnam


Younji (Angie) Lee UG ’17; William Zhu UG ’15; Tiffany Hoang MED

Institute for Population, Health, and Development (PHAD)

Hanoi, Vietnam



Greetings from Hanoi, Vietnam! 2,178 more words

Women's Hockey Team Profile: Dartmouth College Big Green

The Dartmouth College Big Green is another Ivy League school that is Division One team in the ECAC. This team has been around since the 1970’s and is located in Hanover, New Hampshire. 64 more words


Atrocities Early Warning Q&A: Ben Valentino

This is the first in what we hope will be a long series of Q&A sessions with people doing interesting and important work on atrocities early warning or prevention. 558 more words

Ben Valentino

Marina Plesons: Kigali, Rwanda


Marina Plesons UG ’15

Ministry of Health

Kigali, Rwanda

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 7/16/14 Kigali is very different than I expected it to be! Before I arrived, I had heard that it was a progressive and more modern city than most in parts of Africa, but I’ve been happily surprised by how comfortable and familiar it feels to be here. 897 more words

Clinic publishes case studies of Native American mascot changes

Today the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Clinic at American University Washington College of Law is publishing a collection of case studies showing how four universities successfully retired and replaced mascots that play on Native American stereotypes. 70 more words

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