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The Regulatory Studies Center at George Washington University receives millions in Koch and ExxonMobil funding, using academic credibility to undermine environmental protections. By Jake Lowe Earlier this month, President Joe Biden announced new methane restrictions at the COP26 conference, which will require a 30 percent cut in methane emissions by 2030 by more than 100 countries. The move […]
I never got the quality education I deserved during elementary school. Now, I want to become a teacher to help other poor students fulfill their dreams. By Meagan Zullo This article was originally published by Youth Communications and is reposted here with permission. YC is a nonprofit publisher of teen-written stories and curriculum to help educators strengthen the social and […]
The successful strike earlier this year was not organized overnight—it took months of preparation and outreach efforts. By Mansee Khurana When Arundhati Velamur was in the fourth year of her education PhD program at New York University, she often had conversations with her colleagues about how their department seemed to only hire external candidates for faculty […]
An unconventional amicus brief filed by the March For Our Lives Action Fund aims to show “the true, real human toll” of gun violence. By Zachariah Sippy By Zachariah Sippy In the summer of 2019, Elimar Depaula, 19, worked as a paralegal in the D.C. suburbs. At night, she was a student, taking online college classes. On […]
Finding a translator in medical settings was difficult enough before the pandemic, but now the solutions come with additional problems. By Zoya Qureshi Adriana sat quietly looking at the floor with her young son, Pablo, beside her. She looked tired. The two had come in for a follow-up appointment for advice on Pablo’s autism medication. The […]
After Harvard and Dartmouth’s divestments. Princeton remains one of the few remaining Ivies still invested in the fossil fuel industry By Hannah Reynolds “TIGERALERT: GET IN, GET DOWN, COVER UP. Stay where you are and stay away from windows.” At the start of September, Princeton University students were welcomed back to campus with a “tornado emergency.” […]