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05/09/19

Happiness for Sale

By David Feldman
Research shows our obsession with money may run deeper than you think.
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    Right To Vote Didn't Lead To Gender Equality

    By Nancy Unger
    As America gears up for next year's centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave U.S. women the right to vote, we talked to SCU History Professor and Chair Nancy Unger about how the fight for gender equality has evolved in the last 100 years.
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    Find Your Voice During National Poetry Month

    By Kirk Glaser
    April is National Poetry Month, but for Santa Clara University’s Kirk Glaser, every day is a celebration of poetry and creative writing.
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    The Theology of Marriage

    By Frederick Parrella
    Love is not an attachment based on need, but on care. While one wants to live with the beloved, one must be strong enough not to.
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    Cartographers of Church

    By Elizabeth Drescher
    Using geo mapping to explore religion and spirituality in the Bay Area
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    The Vatican Global Conference on Clergy Sexual Abuse

    By Thomas Plante
    Will Catholic bishops use quality data and best practices to solve problems, or not?
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    Dissolving the Stain of Implicit Bias

    By Brett Solomon
    We need to recognize how implicit bias among some teachers contributes to exclusionary discipline practices with children.
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    Getting A Grip On This Yo Yo Stock Market

    By Hersh Shefrin
    Well over a year ago, I pointed out that U.S. stocks were 20 percent overvalued. I believe that this overvaluation reflected irrational exuberance.
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    FOR 2019: REVIVE YOUR FAITH IN OTHERS

    By Michael Engh, S.J.
    Can we train ourselves to have faith in those who are outside of our family or friend groups?
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    Dreaming of a Green Christmas

    By Lindsey Kalkbrenner ’04, MBA ’09
    Americans produce 25 percent more waste over the holidays. How can you help? Start by ditching the fake tree.
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