Students’ evolutionary misconceptions

December 3, 2013 Signal Contributor 0

Evolution is often touted as the greatest theory in biology. Decades of experiments and observations have consistently supported evolutionary theory. Despite this success, public understanding of evolution is patchy at best and nonexistent at worst. […]

Lessons learned from college experience

December 3, 2013 Chris Rightmire 0

A conscientious student has undoubtedly heard it a million times: Unemployment and student loan debt are rising for undergraduates. The paranoia invoked by this reality is often exacerbated by another often repeated cliché: Do what you love and don’t worry about money!
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Princeton researcher talks Arab uprisings

November 12, 2013 Annabel Lau 0

According to a post-doctoral research associate at Princeton University, the Arab Uprisings resulted not from poverty and inequality, as many scholars believe, but from a surge in educated but unemployed middle class graduates.
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