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Millennials May Not Be Such Narcissists After All

New research finds recent college students are no more self-absorbed than their predecessors.

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Why Do Mainstream Pundits Keep Getting Student Protest So Wrong?

When commentators hasten to blame students and protesters, they engage in a sort of chattering-class solidarity—while empowering the true threats to free speech.

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Viewfinder: Surveying the Wildfire Wreckage in California

A woman looks at the wreckage of her burned home in Santa Rosa, California, on October 10th, 2017.

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To Combat Gentrification in Mexico City, Two Artists Invented a Patron Saint

Sandra Valenzuela and Jorge Baca created Santa Mari La Juaricua to bring attention to communities in the Mexican capital displaced by the influx of wealthier populations.

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What Makes American Conservatives More Anti-Climate Change Than Conservatives Globally?

Research shows that Americans are far less concerned about the threat of global warming than their European counterparts.

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Field Notes: Patient Care in the Gaza Strip

A doctor and nurse stitch a man's finger in Al-Shifa Hospital, one of the largest medical complexes in the Gaza Strip.

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New Allegations Against Harvey Weinstein Include Rape

After a report last Thursday about eight previously undisclosed lawsuits by women against Weinstein, 13 women alleged sexual harassment or assault by Weinstein in a piece in The New Yorker.

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How Many People Are Really Killed by Police in the United States?

A new study uses a statistical technique from wildlife ecology to estimate the number of people killed by cops. It turns out every database is undercounting them.

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How a Degree Ladder Can Help Students Navigate the Complex Maze of College Courses

Some researchers are pushing to better guide students through the bewildering array of courses on offer at most community colleges.

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The Meaning of Life in 'Blade Runner 2049'

A philosopher expounds on the film's deep questions about knowledge and genetically engineered life, and offers some clues as to its ambiguous ending.

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New Evidence That Women Are Less Selfish Than Men

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