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What’s in a Slight? More than You Might Realize

In a classroom populated with mostly white students, the white teacher constantly mixes up the names of the two black students, even though they look nothing alike. Is the teacher a racist?
MAs you consider your answer, think about how people exhibit what are known as “microaggressions,” inadvertent offenses to someone from a historically oppressed group.
MJane Bolgatz, Ph.D., associate professor of social studies education in the Division of Curriculum and Teaching at the Graduate School of Education (GSE), says they’re a lot more common than you might realize


Tracking the Migration of a Cancer Cell

Qize Wei’s calling came early, in his childhood, although he didn’t quite know it at the time. Liver cancer was common in his native Guangxi Province, China, and when it struck two members of his extended family as well as one of his classmates, he wanted to know why.


Theologian Seeks to Uncover Peter’s Path to the Papacy

For Catholics, the link between Peter and the papacy is sacrosanct, acknowledges theology Professor George Demacopoulos, Ph.D.; so what would it mean for the faith if that link was largely mythical?




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