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Column: Student activism should be promoted

Column: Student activism should be promoted

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Gwen Schanker, Editorial Columnist

Column: Learning what it’s like to be a scientist

forex classic pris As a double major in journalism and biology, I have exposure to many different types of Northeastern courses that can essentially be broken down into two categories: Paper-oriented, deep-thinking, comfort-zone-expanding journalism classes and conceptual, complex biology classes interspersed with exams.

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Columns, Opinion

Gwen Schanker, Editorial Columnist

Column: Reframe climate change as a complex issue

växla pengar forex med kort Human-caused climate change is one of today’s biggest global issues. While countries around the world are working toward a more sustainable future – Brazil and the Netherlands are good examples – climate change remains less than a priority in the United States, though the number of American citizens that care about climate change is increasing.

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by × October 6, 2016 × 3 comments

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Column: Time to explore Roxbury

Column: Time to explore Roxbury

سعر السهم اسمنت ام القرى When was the last time you walked through Ruggles? Maybe it was an hour ago, when you went to get lunch at International Village (IV), or maybe it was a couple days ago when you visited a friend in one of the Davenports.

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by × September 29, 2016 × 3 comments

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Column: Facts, differing perspectives necessary for political engagement

Column: Facts, differing perspectives necessary for political engagement

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by × September 21, 2016 × 30 comments

Columns, Opinion

Gwen Schanker, Editorial Columnist

Column: Ladies need STEM mentors

sistem forex 1 malaysia It’s no secret that women have been historically underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. For many women of the early 20th century, becoming a scientist wasn’t exactly encouraged. Marie Tharp, a female geologist at a time when women earned less than 5 percent of degrees in the earth sciences, discovered the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Earth’s largest physical feature beneath the ocean floor. However, her finding, which would later play a crucial role in ocean drilling initiatives, was at that time dismissed by a male colleague as “girl talk.” Another victim of this offhand discrimination is British chemist Rosalind Franklin, whose images of DNA in the early 1950s were the first evidence of its double helix shape. However, Franklin received almost no credit for the discovery, which is now primarily attributed to male colleagues James Watson and Francis Crick.

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by × September 15, 2016 × 3 comments

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Column: Trigger warnings support freedom of speech

Column: Trigger warnings support freedom of speech

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by × September 7, 2016 × 1 comment

Columns, Opinion, Political Blog

Column: Bernie or Bust could help Trump

Column: Bernie or Bust could help Trump

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by × August 3, 2016 × 174 comments

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Gwen Schanker, Editorial Columnist

Column: Ocean drilling poses challenges in more ways than one

اخبار البورصه مباشر By Gwen Schanker, editorial columnist During my six-month internship at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), I wrote about a number of exciting questions that oceanographers attempt to answer in their research. The researchers I covered ranged from a doctoral student who studies shark behavior to a pair of physical oceanographers […]

by × July 28, 2016 × 1 comment

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Column: More than 350 were killed during Ramadan, and we barely noticed

Column: More than 350 were killed during Ramadan, and we barely noticed

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by × July 7, 2016 × 15 comments