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Our Tainted Food Supply: Its Lasting Effects on Stem Cells May Explain Declines in Sperm Counts

In the science fiction film, Children of Men, humans in the year 2027 face extinction due to decades of infertility. This premise doesn’t seem all that far-fetched when you consider studies in the U.S., Japan, and Europe over the past two decades that point to declining sperm counts. 508 more words

Disease

Shaking up sorority anti-drinking rules

Last week, The New York Times ran an article  that explored the party dynamics of Greek life and proposed that lifting the alcohol ban in sorority houses could empower the women who live in them to take back the nightlife scene currently rooted in fraternity houses. 810 more words

VOICES FROM CAMPUS

Prairie HS inducting three into Hall of Fame

Prairie High School will induct former girls basketball player Beth Hamrick Graves, former volleyball player Shannon Wyckoff Hunt, and former wrestler Chuck Scheiwiller into the school’s hall of fame next week, according to a news release from the Battle Ground School District. 222 more words

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University of Idaho slow to alert students to nearby shooting

Directly following a deadly shooting spree and subsequent car chase in Moscow, Idaho earlier this month, University of Idaho (UI) students received no emergency alerts from campus authorities. 788 more words

VOICES FROM CAMPUS

A friend of a friend-Mark Edwards and Steve Cottrell-January 14

One thing I have learned is that good friends have other good friends. This is a series of stories about “friends of my friends”. The post below is the story for January 14, 2015. 954 more words

A Friend Of A Friend

Motivated By Curiosity And A Desire For Truth - Part Two

It has been a long time a-coming but it has finally dawned on me that I am totally unsuited for the wacky world of academia. Take crystal meths, the drug of choice, it seems, of Non Executive Chairmen of British financial institutions and Canadian mayors. 570 more words

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