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"It is definitely the coolest job I’ve ever had." (from 2016)
"It is definitely the coolest job I’ve ever had" from 2016

Life as the OnStar Voice: Arranging Tow Trucks and Delivering Babies

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today at 07:32. Facebook
"No other generation drank so much in their early twenties. Why us?" (from 2015)
"No other generation drank so much in their early twenties Why us" from 2015

The Dark Evolution of British Drinking Culture

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Jack Kelly
Fabian Greitemann
The Atlantic
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today at 07:14. Facebook
"For many this is something unexpected in the south, but for me, I've grown up here, it's normal." (via CityLab)
For many this is something unexpected in the south but for me

A Hispanic Butcher Illustrates the Changing Culture of North Carolina

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Telecommunications companies quickly recognized the value of rail right-of-way as real estate for running cable networks long before the Internet—the first substantial use of rail networks for telecommunication networks starts with telegraphs. (from 2015)
Telecommunications companies quickly recognized the value of rail rightofway as

How Railroad History Shaped Internet History

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"Instead of trying to grow crops that are healthy with fungicides and pesticides, I started to grow crops that are healthy with nutrition." (from 2014)
Instead of trying to grow crops that are healthy with fungicides and

The Amish Farmers Reinventing Organic Agriculture

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Less than 24 hours after Trump signed an executive order instituting a travel ban on people traveling to the U.S. from seven majority-Muslim countries, airports became a place of protest.
Less than 24 hours after Trump signed an executive order instituting a

On the Eighth Day, There Were Airport Protests

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today at 05:54. Facebook
"Why do we always have to wait to have our hurt acknowledged? Why do we always have to step back and accept that our lives aren’t valued in this world?” (from 2015)
Why do we always have to wait to have our hurt acknowledged

Being Muslim on Campus

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Rui David
Wade Dizdar
Kristoffer Law
The Atlantic
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today at 05:34. Facebook
"Some have called the problem 'the progress trap': when systems designed to help students catch up start holding them back instead." (from 2014)
Some have called the problem the progress trap when systems designed to

How Strict Is Too Strict?

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America still has the highest teen pregnancy rate among 21 similar countries. (from 2016)
America still has the highest teen pregnancy rate among 21 similar countries from 2016

Can the U.S. End Teen Pregnancy?

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Karen Michelle
Rae Saunders
Cole Seger
The Atlantic
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today at 04:57. Facebook
While the statement offered minimal details, it argued that a future attack "would likely result in the mass murder of civilians, including innocent children."
While the statement offered minimal details it argued that a future attack

U.S. Warns Syria Against Launching Another Chemical Attack

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Scott Kelley
Burt Ames
Jyoti Prakash Mitra
The Atlantic
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today at 04:41. Facebook
"You’re always going to have the dilemma of wanting the convenience of delivery but wanting to actually pick out and see and hold the fresh produce, the steak, the pork chop that you're going to purchase and not rely on somebody else choosing it for you. That's going to be the biggest hurdle for online grocers." (via CityLab)
Youre always going to have the dilemma of wanting the convenience of

The History and Dizzying Future of Urban Grocery Stores

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Scott Gibbs
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today at 04:19. Facebook
"When I rap, I can talk about the things I'm afraid of."
"When I rap I can talk about the things I'm afraid of"

The Refugee Rapper

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today at 03:58. Facebook
"There is little sense in denying that there is a crisis afoot in the humanities. But it’s myopic to focus on the crisis without acknowledging what the humanities really have to offer." (from 2014)
There is little sense in denying that there is a crisis afoot

The Morbid Fascination With the Death of the Humanities

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Bonnie Hanka
Chris Maley
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"Imagine, for a moment, if Americans transferred our obsessive intensity about high-school sports—the rankings, the trophies, the ceremonies, the pride—to high-school academics." (from 2013)
Imagine for a moment if Americans transferred our obsessive intensity about highschool

The Case Against High-School Sports

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Mickey MacAdam
Michael Brescia
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Today marks the second anniversary of the "Obergefell v. Hodges" Supreme Court decision, which made gay marriage legal in all 50 states.
Today marks the second anniversary of the Obergefell v Hodges Supreme Court

How Gay Marriage Won

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Richard Beck
Kurt Amann
Yogi Kuddha
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today at 02:41. Facebook
Liu was arrested by Chinese authorities for "subversion"—one of the many offenses his manifesto sought to abolish.
Liu was arrested by Chinese authorities for subversionone of the many offenses

Chinese Nobel Laureate Released From Prison

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Joe Beverly
Loke Fook Seng
The Atlantic
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today at 02:23. Facebook
There is a tremendous pressure for Guatemalan men to leave the country and make money in America.
There is a tremendous pressure for Guatemalan men to leave the country

From Guatemala to the United States, and Back Again

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Scott Gibbons
Rebecca Lane
Ender Dávila
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today at 01:55. Facebook
The first book in the Harry Potter series, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," was published 20 years ago today.
The first book in the Harry Potter series Harry Potter and the

What Psychologists Can Learn About a Person Who Identifies as a Slytherin

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Rachael Messina
Kara Landry
Susan Greyling
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"There aren’t that many people who know the technology deeply and willing to talk publicly about the societal and ethical issues. I have many science colleagues who don’t want to get involved. Yet it has to be done.”
There arent that many people who know the technology deeply and willing

How CRISPR Yanked Jennifer Doudna Out of the Ivory Tower

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Vi Nguyen
Andy Benham
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“People in pain are poor decision-makers." (via Quartz)
“People in pain are poor decisionmakers" via Quartz

The $100 billion per year back pain industry is mostly a hoax

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Aaron Lindquist
Lionel Felix
Rebecca Powell Doherty