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I would be shocked if we saw the death of such a system anytime soon.

Political scientist Jacob Neiheisel talks to USA Today about the controversy surrounding results in the Iowa Democratic caucus.

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The difference we observed between these two groups was equal to about one year of bone aging.

Epidemiologist Heather Ochs-Balcom discusses with The New York Times her study comparing bone health in postmenopausal women who slept five hours a night to that in women who slept seven  

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These conversations ... would go a long way toward making students feel that at least their voices are being heard.

Historian Keith Griffler talks to The Associated Press about a national movement for slavery reparations that’s developing on college campuses.

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Whenever the present looks scary and the future looks worse, we tend to want to go running back to the past.

UB history professor Tamara Plakins Thornton speaks to The New York Times about why cursive writing is making a comeback in American schools.

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I cannot emphasize enough the point of having these conversations...

Social work researcher Deborah Waldrop speaks to CNN about end-of-life decision-making, and how more people in the U.S. are now dying at home than at a hospital.

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Students at the start of the spring semester hit the ground running in the Lockwood Cybrary.

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