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"What STOPPED You?" How We're Losing the Heart of Scientific Inquiry

At PSU Biology’s Alumni Night, I had the good fortune of chatting a while with Dr. Scott Gilbert, who aside from writing the primary textbook many developmental biology classrooms have used for years, is an incredibly engaging speaker and proponent of outreach. 388 more words

What A Donald Trump America Would Be For All People Of Color

There was alot said or better yet not said in these 2016 Presidential debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton but one thing that was said in the 3rd debate really stood out to me. 234 more words


Meditation as a Gateway to Contemplation

It feels like while meditation and mindfulness are making inroads in common parlance there remains part of Christendom that is frightened by what they view as the encroachment of Eastern spirituality into their cherished beliefs. 582 more words


CFC: Which charity should I support?

By Craig Cavitt, Fort Benning CFC Program Manager /

FORT BENNING, Ga., (Oct. 19, 2016) — With literally thousands of charities eligible for CFC donations the hardest part of the process is deciding which charities to support. 392 more words


Rafidah: Fuss over hot dogs negates country's moderate status

All the fuss over the halal certification of Auntie Anne’s “pretzel dog” will negate Malaysia’s status as a moderate nation, says Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz… 416 more words

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Irish citizens losing their privacy

The well worn guise of ‘security’ under which many of our parliamentary decisions are made is becoming increasingly restrictive: like a pair of Penney’s socks, they obstruct the blood supply before you cut them like a Jihadi punishing a westerner for smiling. 250 more words

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Op-Ed: Law Schools Can Help Crack the Glass Ceiling

Written by Aditi Juneja

As many public interest 3Ls interview for post-graduate opportunities and 2Ls interview for internships, there may be one thing we are forgetting: the glass ceiling. 580 more words