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Me Too And The ‘All Genders Matter’ Gotcha
The allegations against Asia Argento and NYU professor Avital Ronell don’t change anything about Me Too. It’s always been about power.
NYU To Cover Tuition For All Medical Students
Each student will receive an annual scholarship of $55,018 regardless of their financial situation.
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Seeking A Quiet Place In A Nation Of Noise
, Editorial Partner
Noise is “the new secondhand smoke” — both annoying and harmful to your health. As Europe quiets down, U.S. cities and states
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Journalism School Backlash Against Media Giant Sinclair Grows
"In making the leap to disparage news media generally ... Sinclair has diminished trust in the news media overall."
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Do You Have The Flu Or Just A Cold? Here's How To Tell
Plus tips for taking care of yourself.
Allies Form Human Chain Around Muslims Praying During Travel Ban Protest
“It’s what we should do as Americans," said Rev. Dr. Chloe Breyer, executive director of the Interfaith Center of New York.
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There’s A Line Between Justice And Vengeance. Larry Nassar’s Judge Crossed It.
Wishing rape on anyone -- even a serial sexual abuser -- is unacceptable.
Women, You’re Not The Problem — Our Sexist Workplace Culture Is
, Guest Writer
My year away from the office showed me just how toxic these environments are to women.
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So THAT'S Why You Feel Sick After Taking Vitamins
Nothing like a side of nausea with your nutrients.
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Journalism Fights For Its Life
Hofstra Journalism Professor
With his attacks on the press, Donald Trump is hoping to undermine the truth and indoctrinate his followers.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
These Are The Explicit Things Men Say To Women On The Street
College student Sophie Sandberg is raising awareness about street harassment with a bold project.
Five Gems Dropped At AfroTech To Help You Walk Your Path Boldly
Principal Interactive Developer, Droga5
Helpful tips to aid in maintaining your identity and dominating your industry.
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The Sleep Phase Where You Dream May Make You Less Prone To Fear
Better get those Zs.
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The Ivy League Has An Unexpected Friend In Donald Trump
Their graduate students are trying to unionize. The president may have already stopped them.
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Why Hospitals Are Pushing For More Nurses To Get Bachelor's Degrees
By Carolyn Crist, Reuters
We're facing a nursing shortage, but our standards for the profession are also rising.
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Let The Sun Shine In On Health Care Costs
President and CEO, New York State Health Foundation
I recently blew a tire while out on a bike ride; I must have hit a rock or something. I looked up bike repair shops on Yelp
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Turns Out Real Maple Syrup Isn't That Much Healthier Than Fake Maple Syrup
Julie R. Thomson
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There Should Be Free Speech On College Campuses For Conservative Students, Conservative Speakers And Liberal Professors
Journalist, Professor, Lawyer, Author of Skewed: A Critical Th...
Universities shouldn’t shelter students and protect them in a liberal bubble. It’s good for them to be exposed to ideas that might differ from theirs.
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Freedom Of The Press Is A Fundamental Human Need
Fellowship Program @YPFP
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy
By John J. Martin The United Nations adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, which were designed to “end
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