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Sebastian Ciancio is quoted in The New York Times about the flossing debate. He says flossing can still be helpful.


The Huffington Post reviews "Polarized: Making Sense of a Divided America," a new book by James Campbell.


Mark Bartholomew tells The Christian Science Monitor Facebook should be held to the same standard as any other news organization.


A story on PBS NewsHour about the growing number of refugees in Buffalo interviews Kim Griswold.


David Schmid and Phillips Stevens Jr. say conspiracies provide an explanation in VICE.


An article in USA Today about a 10-year-old boy who was killed in a waterpark accident quotes Jun Zhuang.


Susan Cahn says the IAFF and IOC tries to exclude athletes that don't fit the mold of "true women," in BuzzFeed.


An Associated Press story quotes John Tomaszewski about the growing uses for donated bodies.


An aritcle on ABC News about Trump's complicated relationship with the media quotes James Campbell.


Amanda Nickerson talks to WalletHub about the best and worst states in addressing bullying incidents.


England's Daily Mail reports on a UB study that found that babies that get upset more easily and take longer to calm down may be at higher risk for obesity.


NPR interviews Nnedi Okorafor, associate professor of English, who dicusses her prize-winning novella, "Binti."


TIME offers the UB program as an example of innovation among higher ed to improve on-time graduation rates.



The Buffalo News offers details on the new state-of-the-art intellectual hub on UB's North Campus.



The Popular Science article reports on a genetic study led by UB biologist Omer Gokcumen.


The New York Times interviews Daniel Antonius, assistant professor of psychiatry, about the fear and helplessness associated with mass shootings.


The Washington Post quotes Andrew McConnell Stott, professor of English, who discusses society's sometimes unfavorable view of the makeup-clad performers.


Satish Tripathi tells the Buffalo News the Better Buffalo Fund has the potential to fund projects that will reinvigorate the most neglected areas of the city.