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The Doomsday Clock, housed at the Keller Center, is closer to midnight than ever before.
It's hard to empirically measure sexism with data, as it, in recent times, often hides underneath the surface. Without sexism being openly admitted, or even always conscious, Dan Black says there is what he calls a “mystery factor” of sexism in the data.
More and more households in the United States are choosing to install solar panels on their roofs thanks to favorable incentives and financing models.
Vote-buying is endemic in many countries around the world – even in countries where politicians regularly vie for public office through competitive elections.
Lured by the prospect of inventing something entirely new and leaving her mark on U.S. housing policy, Kimberly C. Driggins, MPP'95, has taken her characteristic passion back to Washington, D.C.
Cole, creator and CEO of My Block My Hood My City, Chicago's fastest growing social impact organization, has recently published a book for his campaign "It's Not Regular," pointing out inequities between neighborhoods.