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Women in engineering say female mentors offer help on challenging road
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Women in engineering say female mentors offer help on challenging road

 Recovery from natural disasters or man-made attacks begins with being prepared, researchers say
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 Recovery from natural disasters or man-made attacks begins with being prepared, researchers say

Minority victims die more often, and at younger ages, from violence. New research explains why ‘people of color are doubly victimized’
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Minority victims die more often, and at younger ages, from violence. New research explains why ‘people of color are doubly victimized’

From realism to ‘ultrasociality’: international relations scholar rewrites the history of international cooperation
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From realism to ‘ultrasociality’: international relations scholar rewrites the history of international cooperation

‘We owe it to each other.’ How to listen to opposing points of view in an age of political divide
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‘We owe it to each other.’ How to listen to opposing points of view in an age of political divide

Boston’s approach to ‘problem properties’ could help improve cities across the US, new research finds
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Boston’s approach to ‘problem properties’ could help improve cities across the US, new research finds

How King Charles’ cancer diagnosis marks a historic first for the British Royal Family
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How King Charles’ cancer diagnosis marks a historic first for the British Royal Family

The largest body of water west of the Mississippi disappeared 130 years ago — now it’s back
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The largest body of water west of the Mississippi disappeared 130 years ago — now it’s back

It’s the Year of the Dragon. Northeastern to usher in Lunar New Year with celebrations across global campus network
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It’s the Year of the Dragon. Northeastern to usher in Lunar New Year with celebrations across global campus network

At 80, the legendary professor who beat Big Tobacco takes on sports betting
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At 80, the legendary professor who beat Big Tobacco takes on sports betting

Her grandfather survived the Holocaust thanks to the bravery of one Dutch family. Eighty years later, she’s uncovering the story
Andie Weiner holding a black and white photograph of the Dutch family members who hid her grandfather from the Nazis.

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Her grandfather survived the Holocaust thanks to the bravery of one Dutch family. Eighty years later, she’s uncovering the story

Have the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary outlived their usefulness?
A stack of identical pins featuring a white background and red text that reads "Iowa 2024" for the state's early voting.

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Have the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary outlived their usefulness?