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Daniel Press' advice to Santa Clara University students: Hustle for opportunities—and be willing to be a little uncomfortable.
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The Road to Police Reform

By W. David Ball
Meaningful police reform will happen only when citizens demand it from their locally elected leaders.
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Managing the Supply Chain Strain

By Naren Agrawal
What supply chain managers can learn from the COVID-19 disruptions.
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Rethinking Retail Post Covid-19

By Kirthi Kalyanam
For many brick-and-mortar stores lacking a robust online component, the mandated shut-down of their businesses has accelerated a “survival of the fittest” scenario.
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COVID-19 Analogies For The Times

How our behavior during a time of crisis can define us.
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The Economic Tsunami of COVID-19

By Alexander Field
Macroeconomics is not an experimental science; we learn from the experiments given to us by history. The COVID-19 pandemic is a defining macroeconomic event of this century.
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Why Some People Prepare for COVID-19—and Some Don't

By David Feldman
Research on two factors separating who protects themselves from who doesn't.
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By Eugene Schlesinger
The unintentionally Augustinian outcome of the television series "The Good Place."
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Identifying the “Why” Behind America’s Opioid Crisis

By Jamie Chang
Study finds wide gulf of misconceptions, false assumptions between people addicted to opioids and the health care providers who treat them.
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