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Mar 19, 2020

World leaders continue to grapple with the appropriate crisis response for COVID-19, showcasing the need for stable leadership and a continuity of government officials.

Mar 18, 2020

Many case studies suggest that low income and racial minority groups face disproportionately high exposures to environmental pollution. But the existing evidence is piecemeal and indirect due to the patchy nature of the available environmental data.

Mar 17, 2020

Deaths of Despair and the Future of Capitalism” is a groundbreaking account of how the flaws in U.S. capitalism have dire consequences for America’s working class.

Mar 12, 2020

It's been a tumultuous week in American society as many are adjusting to life with the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, Democratic primaries have also taken quite a turn, with Joe Biden solidifying his position as the Democratic front-runner.

Mar 10, 2020

Princeton University is implementing a series of policies in response to COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus. The University is enacting new policies and practices based on the concept of social distancing.

Mar 9, 2020

Five social scientists holed up in an Amsterdam hotel for a week with the goal of reaching a scientific consensus on how people form stereotypes. Remarkably, they were encouraged by the fact that none of them actually agreed with each other.

Mar 5, 2020

Mike Bloomberg and Tom Steyer’s self-funded presidential campaigns have revived questions about campaign finance reform. Before dropping out of the race, Bloomberg spent more than $500 million and Steyer more than $250 million dollars on their respective campaigns.

Mar 4, 2020

The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs is seeking an intern for its Office of Communications and Public Affairs.

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