“Stronger Together” is not the name of the latest social-media fitness app. It’s a grant proposed in President Obama’s new budget, reviving an idea that hasn’t gotten much policy attention in decades: diversity in public schools. If the request is
Consumers’ views on being overweight are changing. Our latest report finds that there is greater acceptance of being overweight as a society than in the 1950s, when modern dieting culture began. Over the past 10 years, overweight and/or obese Americans
The latest social media trend among teens is the app After School, where teens can post anonymous messages to people at their school – parents and teachers aren’t allowed. Millions of teens are using this app, designed as a safe
Welcome to the latest installment of law Admissions Q&A, a monthly feature of Law Admissions Lowdown that provides admissions advice to readers who send in questions and admissions profiles. If you have a question about applying to law school, please
Welcome to the latest installment of Law Admissions Q&A, a monthly feature of Law Admissions Lowdown that provides admissions advice to readers who send in questions and admissions profiles. If you have a question about law school, please email me
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