WBUR Cognoscenti by Sandro Galea, School of Public Health “Harvey is no longer classified as a hurricane, but the destruction caused by the storm continues to unfold…” View full article.
WBUR Cognoscenti by Tom Whalen, College of General Studies “Like “Law & Order” reruns, presidential tweets and smartphones, Thomas Austin Yawkey just won’t go away…” View full article.
WBUR interviewing Robert Pinsky, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “This summer, we are doing a series called ‘Authors on Authors…’” View full interview.
WBUR quoting Tom Porter, School of Theology “Many Muslim-Americans will tell you that this is a tough time for them…” Expert quote: “I think it’s essential.” View full article.
WBUR quoting David Felson, School of Medicine “For more than a year, Harvard researcher Ian Wallace scoured the country for skeletons…” Expert quote: “Joints biologically develop to bear a load, and bear stress across them.” View full article.
WBUR interviewing John Carroll, College of Communication “’Free him now! Free him now! Free him now!’…” Listen to full interview.
WBUR quoting Richard Primack, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “Today is the 200th birthday of author, activist and abolitionist Henry David Thoreau…” Expert quote: “We know that climate change is partially responsible. A lot of the species that have declined the most are the cold-loving, northern wild flowers.” View full article.
WBUR interviewing Sara Bachman, School of Public Health “The Senate health care bill would leave millions of disabled children without Medicaid…” Listen to full interview.
WBUR interviewing John Carroll, College of Communication “Senate Leader Mitch McConnell was unable to assemble the votes for a plan that would dramatically scale back Medicaid, leave 22 million people uninsured and deliver a huge tax cut to wealthy Americans…” View full article.
WBUR quoting Richard Primack, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “About 10 years ago, Liza Ketchum of Watertown noticed that the peonies in her garden were unfurling their big, showy blooms more than three weeks earlier than normal…” Expert quote: “What we know is that plants are now flowering about two weeks earlier than […]