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Prof talks gender development, mental health

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Prof talks gender development, mental health

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Kristina Olson, associate professor of psychology at the University of Washington, shed light on her team’s recent research on gender development.

Former Tel Aviv professor lectures on Israel’s first prime minister

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Former Tel Aviv professor lectures on Israel’s first prime minister

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Anita Shapira, head of Rabin Center, discusses Israel’s founding leader for Watson event.

Members of U. gather to protest GOP tax bill

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Members of U. gather to protest GOP tax bill

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In solidarity with graduate students across the country organizing similar demonstrations, close to 100 graduate students gathered outside University Hall.

Climate and Development Lab attends COP23 in Germany

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Climate and Development Lab attends COP23 in Germany

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Nations from across the world congregated in Bronn, Germany to discuss climate agreements and how they could battle climate change.

Five bikes stolen on Nov. 15 alone

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Five bikes stolen on Nov. 15 alone

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Five bicycles were stolen from the north side of campus Nov. 15, according to the Department of Public Safety crime logs.

Paxson denounces tax plan in community-wide email

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Paxson denounces tax plan in community-wide email

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President Christina Paxson P’19 outlined the University’s response to the GOP tax plan, explaining its negative impacts on the University.

University expands ADOCH to include early decision admits

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University expands ADOCH to include early decision admits

November 28, 2017 0 comments

When the class of 2022 reflects on their A Day on College Hill experience, they’ll have to clarify which one they’re talking about.

Panel talks Asian, Asian American identity

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Panel talks Asian, Asian American identity

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Panelists discussed the implications of the invisibility of Asian and Asian American men for mental health and well-being at an event Tuesday.

University named best in nation for Brazilian studies

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University named best in nation for Brazilian studies

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Growing up in the United States, Fernando Guimaraes ’18 was never able to connect with U.S. history like his peers.

In the panel Tuesday night, filmmaker Sebastian Junger predicted that a civil war will not occur in the Unites States because citizens can express their unrest through democratic institutions, such as the court system.

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‘Hell on Earth’ prompts discussion of Syrian civil war

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Sebastian Junger discussed the documentary “Hell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS,” following a screening at the Watson Institute.