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    Religious Studies

    David De Cosse

    October 4, 2022

    A new book, Conscience and Catholic Education: Theology, Administration, and Teaching, edited by Kevin Baxter and David DeCosse, brings together several essays that focus broadly on issues of conscience encountered in the educational field.

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    Danielle Morgan

    October 4, 2022

    Third-level students here facing rising costs, across the pond things seem, well, a little more light-hearted. New courses on offer for American students include Taylor Swift’s back catalogue at University of Texas and Elon Musk’s many lawsuits at UCLA.

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    Environmental Studies and Sciences

    C.J. Gabbe

    September 22, 2022

    A quarter of California homes had no A/C this heat wave. It could stay that way for years.

  • Sociology

    Maggie Hunter

    September 22, 2022

    Maggie Hunter comments on colorism and the ideals of beauty as the FDA launches an initiative warning about over-the-counter skin-lightening products after receiving reports of side effects in Hometown Life.

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    Scott La Barge

    September 22, 2022

    The Origin of Socrates: What We Know (and Don't Know). Scott La Barge writes about the Greek philosopher who is one of history's most famous figures, but much of his life remains a mystery.

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    Mythri Jegathesan

    September 8, 2022

    In part two of a TRNN’s special series on Sri Lanka’s crisis, Mythri Jegathesan examines the country’s 30-year civil war, and its lingering consequences in today’s crisis. Also The Conservative Investor Daily.  

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    Rohit Chopra

    September 8, 2022

    Rohit Chopra comments on Kashmiri journalists living in self-imposed exile abroad, threats to their families, and their determination to keep reporting on human rights.

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    Rohit Chopra

    September 8, 2022

    Rohit Chopra's article in shows there are at least a dozen reasons why Salman Rushdie is essential as a writer, thinker, artist, voice for free speech, contrarian, and dissenter. Also Letras Libres (Spanish) and Merce (Hungarian).

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    Child Studies

    Omar Davila, Jr.

    August 30, 2022

    Omar Davila, Jr. comments on California's continuation of free meals for all San Jose school children at the start of this school year.

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    Art & Art History

    Jessica Eastburn

    August 30, 2022

    Jessica Eastburn's mural, “Around Town,” was voted the winning submission to the recent public art mural contest sponsored by the City of Carmel and the Indiana Arts Commission.