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02/07/22

Space: The Final (Ethical) Frontier

In his thought-provoking new book “Space Ethics,” Brian Patrick Green underscores the need for a worldwide “revolution in ethics” when it comes to exploring our final frontier.
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    SCU THOUGHT LEADERS' PREDICTIONS FOR 2022

    By Illuminate Staff
    COVID’s Omicron variant continues to upend our lives, but that hasn’t stopped important progress in a variety of fields.
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    Why Nostalgia Is on the Rise

    By David Feldman
    If you’re feeling more nostalgic lately, you’re not alone.
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    Stand Up for Patience

    This past year I’ve learned that we Americans are not very good at patience.
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    Two Climate Moments of Truth Loom for Carbon Pricing Policy

    By Hersh Shefrin
    Bold leadership in climate change policy is required now—in the U.S. and abroad.
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    Banning Trump on Social Media

    By Eric Goldman
    Do Internet services have the legal discretion to terminate or remove users' accounts? And what would happen if the government restricted or removed that discretion?
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    The Power of the Paralympics

    By Kelly Crowley ’99
    The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games not only give athletes with disabilities opportunities to reframe and redefine what is disability, but what is inclusion, and what is access.
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    How to Stop Sabotaging Yourself

    By Diane Dreher
    Research shows three ways to use your strengths more effectively.
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