• UB IN THE NEWS
    It just felt indefensible.

    Matthew Steilen explains to The New Yorker why he no longer assigns in-depth readings of the Dred Scott case to his students.

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    When there is a positive imbalance … it is a first step toward global warming.

    Stuart Evans tells The Washington Post that the amount of heat Earth traps has roughly doubled since 2005, contributing to a more rapidly warming planet.

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    The idea that everyone needs video is wrong.

    Michael Stefanone, in Smithsonian Magazine, says that once a relationship has been established, visual cues are less important.

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    The particular power and strength of the rainbow was its refusal of any kind of easy or simple binary.

    Jonathan Katz speaks to Bustle about the origins of the rainbow flag as a symbol of LGBTQ+ pride.

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    As we launch more and more satellites, there are going to be more chances of collision.

    After space debris hit the International Space Station, John Crassidis discusses why it may happen again on The Today Show.

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