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The president of the school also announced an investigation into the accused serial sexual abuser's donations and ways it can improve its donations process.
By Marlene Cimons During October 2015, it was abnormally hot in San Diego. Daytime temperatures soared into the high 90s
We're entering the "age of entanglement."
We need more farmland for a growing population, but the space doesn't exist. So what's the solution?
In the two years since DataViva's release, the MIT team has taken an amazing amount of information -- international trade
Remember how great Lincoln Logs and Erector sets were? It was one of the best gifts to unwrap at Christmas. They still are after half a century; you can buy them because they're such perfect ways to fuel a child's imagination.
Established therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy can address distorted, negative thinking and can be extremely effective for disorders like depression and anxiety. But the demand for these treatments exceeds the resources available. New innovations are sorely needed to fill the gaps, not to replace existing models of treatment, but to extend basic practices of mental well-being to the general public.
Earlier this year, writers Courtney E. Martin and John Cary posed an important question in a New York Times piece entitled