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For early amphibians, a new lifestyle meant a new spine

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Livingston Awards for Young Journalists announce 2021 winners

The 2021 Livingston Awards announced today include stories that highlight an investigation proving the innocence of a man serving two life sentences...

Celebrating grads who bring vital perspective to campus

For college students, the journey to graduation day is never easy, and no two paths are the same. But a group of...

OUTSTANDING EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP

Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, Unidel H. Rodney Sharp Chair and professor in the School of Education (SOE) and in the departments of Psychological...

Bird-like wings could help drones keep stable in gusts

"3D morphing" wings could help small aircraft safely navigate windy urban streets and land with shorter approaches

TWO-FOR-ONE LEARNING EXPERIENCE

For Daniel Halloran, a former graduate teaching assistant (TA) for the University of Delaware’s Integrated Biology and Chemistry (iBC) course series, the...

OPINION

Why do we need a health care equity law?

On April 27, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed House Bill 158, a health care equity bill sponsored by the Illinois Legislative Black...

What does the Chicago Tribune sale mean for the future of newsrooms?

On May 21, Tribune Publishing Co. confirmed that its shareholders approved a buyout offer by Alden Global Capital LLC. The vote gives...

Tips that may help overseas students adjusting life a new environment

In diverse populations, multicultural adaptation can be achieved at the environmental and humanities level. These efforts may often prove challenging but should...

CULTURE

ACT MONTHLY PUBLICATION, JUNE 2021

VOLUME 13, NUMBER 156, JUNE 2021

ANOUNCEMENT

ACT COLUMN

In diverse populations, multicultural adaptation can be achieved at the environmental and humanities level. These efforts may often prove challenging but should...

NEWS

VOA: Anti-Asian Hate Touches International Students

The rate of anti-Asian hate crime has soared in the United States since the coronavirus pandemic started in early 2020. International students...

VOA: Canada Views Immigrants as Key to Economic Recovery

 Officials and experts plotting Canada’s economic recovery from the global pandemic are looking to current and future immigrants as a big part...

VOA: US University to Help Deaf Youth in Nigeria

An American private university dedicated to the education of the deaf and hard of hearing says it will use a grant from...

NPR: India And Tech Companies Clash Over Censorship, Privacy And ‘Digital Colonialism’

One night last month, police crowded into the lobby of Twitter's offices in India's capital New Delhi. They were from an elite...

TRAVEL

The first cruise set to sail from American ports in more than 15 months is headed to the Caribbean this summer.

WORK LIFE

On a walk outside his office in downtown Washington, D.C., Greg Meyer stops to peer in through the glass windows of a...

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