The Chronicle of Higher Education: “The Far Right’s College Crusade”
How extremists are infiltrating — and fracturing — campus Republican groups.
14 Health Benefits of Practicing Gratitude According to Science
The health benefits of expressing gratitude are many, and some might surprise you.
For Latinos and Covid-19, Doctors Are Seeing an ‘Alarming’ Disparity
The outsized infection rate among Hispanics in some states could hobble efforts to quash the spread of Covid-19, prompting states like Oregon to step up testing and take emergency measures.
Breaking the Ramadan Fast in Quarantine
The evening meal is usually a time for community, but this year, Muslims have to adapt.
How to Make America2.0 a More Equitable Society
The tech industry can play a pivotal role in shaping our post-pandemic world.
When Coronavirus Care Gets Lost in Translation
Medical interpreters must now work remotely, multiplying the challenges for front-line doctors and non-English-speaking patients.
The Black Plague
Public officials lament the way that the coronavirus is engulfing black communities. The question is, what are they prepared to do about it?
COVID-19 is a Pivotal Moment for Struggling Students. Can Colleges Step Up?
Elizabeth Ouanemalay slips on rubber gloves and wraps a black scarf with pink hearts around her face before venturing outside. She obsessively counts how many door handles she touches on the journey to pick up each of her meals: six. No one wants Covid-19, but she really doesn’t want it. She has lupus, an autoimmune disease.
Student Creates Transparent Masks for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare workers are desperately seeking personal protective equipment (PPE), which is in short supply. although many people have been creating reusable fabric masks, which the centers for disease control and prevention (CDC) has recommended to help slow the spread of the virus, a key group have been excluded […]
College Made Them Feel Equal. The Virus Exposed how Unequal Their Lives Are.
When they were all in the same dorms and eating the same dining hall food, the disparities in students’ backgrounds weren’t as clear as they are over video chat.