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Freedom of speech battles against terrorism

Recent string of attacks raises concern over free expression

January 28, 2015 | Alyssa Sanford, Signal Correspondent

In the United States, freedom of speech is a constitutional right. 632 more words

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Has My Degree Been Made.. Obsolete??

I graduated in Journalism in 2011. I’m sure we can all agree, it is not that far back. It hasn’t even been a decade, but what does that mean in an industry moving this fast? 418 more words

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"Women at Work" Series

The New York Times recently started running “Women at Work,” a four-part series by Adam Grant and Sheryl Sandberg about women in the workplace. Grant is a professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the author of… 337 more words

All-Girls Schools

"Our Most Powerful Weapon"

The first week of classes also meant the release of the first spring semester issue of The Quinnipiac Chronicle. Last week, my editorial, “Our Most Powerful Weapon”, made its way into the opinion section of the newspaper. 785 more words

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B.S./M.D. Programs: How Early is Too Early?

by Jonathan Chevinsky • 

How early can you be expected to know that you want to be a doctor? If you ask medical school essay reviewers I’m sure you’ll hear how many thousands of people have known that they wanted to go into medicine ever since they were five years old; but is that too early to actually know? 1,411 more words

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U.S. Bioethics, Moral Absolutism, and Apolitical Humanitarianism

by James Ahn •

Introduction

Dr. Renee C. Fox states that United States bioethics is morally absolute, lacking diversity in our policies and laws. However, three major on-going bioethical debates in the U.S., abortion, brain death, and organ transplants, reflect that US bioethics is a transient ongoing, internal debate. 973 more words

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HIPAA Insanity

by David Hoffman •

Thanks to an article in The New York Times on the HIPAA Privacy Rule, I favor a new definition of “insanity.” I used to think of insanity as repeating the same behavior and expecting a different outcome. 1,325 more words

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