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04/21/17

The (Hard and Soft) Science of a Great Night’s Sleep (Part 2)

By Thomas Plante
At Santa Clara University, students can take a course called Health Psychology that, in part, reviews the research and clinical best practices for...
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    The (Hard and Soft) Science of a Great Night’s Sleep (Part 1)

    By Phil Kesten
    The reason for our interest in sleep is obvious. We all want it. We all need it. Some more than others, sure, but everyone needs to sleep. Going without...
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    “The iPhone Will Bomb” – Why Predicting the Value of Innovation Is Hard

    By Christopher Kitts
    Ten years ago, Silicon Valley icon Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone. Hailing the device as a “revolutionary product,” Jobs gleefully walked a MacWorld...
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    Can You Reduce Stress with a Minimalist Life?

    By Kelly Crowley ’99
    Does each and every item in your home “spark joy” for you? This is the fundamental question that organizing consultant Marie Kondo asks her...
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    Happy Birthday to Two!

    By Phil Kesten
    How many people must be in a group for there to be a 50-50 chance that two will have been born on the same day in the same month?
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    Three Major Ways Social Media Is Changing Journalism

    By Kurt Wagner '12
    In the past five years, social media has become a dominant and growing source of news and information for hundreds of millions of people around the...
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    Three Megatrends of Entrepreneurship: Good News and Bad News

    By Drew Starbird MBA '84
    A few weeks ago, the Kauffman Foundation released a new report on the State of Entrepreneurship in the United States. The report includes reasons...
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    Let’s Talk About Church Music

    By Christopher Wemp '12, M.A. '15
    In my work as a liturgical music director and composer in the Catholic Church, I’ve heard many versions of the opinion, “This song is terrible!” How do we...
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    Make America Kind Again

    By Thomas Plante
    You likely have heard about this popular new slogan, “Make America Kind Again,” which has been a variation on President Donald Trump’s slogan, “Make...
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    How to Protect Yourself from Online Hackers

    By Kurt Wagner '12
    I learned a lot from the 2016 presidential election—some of it I wish I could forget—but one of the most important lessons has been the reminder that...
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