• UB IN THE NEWS
    A good protest song is a time machine.

    Musician and visiting professor Michael Mwenso speaks to NPR about how great songs not only highlight hardship, but envision a better world.

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    Unless you have DNA, you really can’t use a bite mark to identify somebody.

    Mary Bush explains to The New York Times that, though still accepted in courts of law, bite mark evidence is not scientifically valid.

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    What I see is a lot of untapped potential.

    Stephanie Poindexter speaks to Science News about the underrepresentation of Black people in the sciences, and how to change that.

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    It’s not an optimal way to complete the process.

    Nate Daun-Barnett speaks to The New York Times about high schoolers using their phone to receive guidance and fill out FAFSA forms simultaneously.

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    Rituals don’t have to be this elaborate thing; it could just be a very small routine that you do every day.

    Psychologist Lora Park explains to CNBC how rituals and other strategies can reduce stress and motivate people fatigued by the pandemic.

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