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Twitter gives candidates more control and agency over their message than the traditional mass media—yet we know little about what politicians do with this power.

Communication researcher Yotam Ophir discusses with Newsweek his research on how the 2016 Republican presidential candidates effectively invoked the language of war

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We knew it was coming, but not nearly this fast.

Artificial intelligence expert David Doermann describing to The Financial Times the rapid development of technology used to make 'deepfake' videos, and how it could affect politics

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Just because you act like an extrovert doesn’t necessarily mean you are one—that’s a larger philosophical issue

Psychologist Kristen Gainey talks to HuffPost about the broad spectrum of extroversion and how personality is measured by scientific methods

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The apocalyptic predictions have not come to pass.

Legal scholar Nicole Hallett discusses with Yahoo! Finance her research showing that increasing the minimum wage to $15 in New York City hasn’t hampered its economy

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We now have legislation in every state that says you have to pull a kid out of sport when a concussion is suspected.

Sports medicine physician John Leddy speaks to CNN about the high school sports most likely to result in concussions, and the effect of legislation on mandatory removal of players with signs of the injury

Hand-embroidered peace pins created by Buffalo’s refugee women.
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Participants in UB’s Social Impact Fellows program interned at Stitch Buffalo, a nonprofit that empowers refugee women through the textile arts. See the slideshow.

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