The Joel Moses Institute Professor Emeritus PhD ’67, an innovative computer scientist and dedicated teacher who held several leadership positions at MIT, died May 29 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. He was 80 years old. Moses, a professor in the Department of Computer and Electrical EngineeringRead More →

Loan sharks are illegal lenders, often part of organized crime, who use threats and violence to get their money back from borrowers. Although loan sharks are less common with a decline in organized crime, vulnerable people are still victims of robbery loans. If borrowing money from loved ones isn’t anRead More →

Gustavus Adolphus College Professor of Psychological Sciences, Dr. Lauren Hecht, was named the 2022 recipient of the Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching during the College’s commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 21. The award is the College’s highest honor for teaching excellence. “In graduate school, after a long, fortuitousRead More →

Students from the University of Rome Tor Vergata heard the story of Father of Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Bangladesh’s Ambassador to Italy, Md Shameem Ahsan presented Bangabandhu’s biography to students from different departments during a “Global Conversation” seminar held at the university auditorium on Tuesday 17 May 2022. ForRead More →

Main Street Elementary School student David Cantrell is looking for some help from the community to get to the National Invention Convention in Dearborn, Michigan. The 11-year-old fifth grader’s invention – the “Ear Patch” – received high marks,which qualified him to move on to national competition in Michigan. He designedRead More →

Texas A&M biology major Annabel Perry ’22 graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Courtesy picture Each photo tells a story. One of Annabel Perry’s childhood favorites features her as a smiling 10-year-old girl holding a gigantic bullfrog frog, a slightly blurred snapshot of place and time that capturesRead More →

By Dr Amjad Ayub Mirza In this article, I will attempt to examine Imran Khan’s mindset and try to explain the deeply rooted political psychology of his so-called anti-colonial rhetoric. Khan’s policy represents the general crisis of Pakistan’s failing economy and chaotic politics. They mark the birth ofRead More →

Football finance expert Kieran Maguire believes there is cause for concern over Burnley’s latest club reports given the uncertain financial position at Turf Moor. The accounts were released last week and showed the extent of the club’s debt following ALK Capital’s leveraged buyout, which completed in December 2020. As partRead More →

Studies have long shown that high school students are woefully uninformed about personal finance and how to manage it. But the COVID-19 pandemic, which has revealed how many American adults live on the fringes of finance, has reinforced ongoing efforts to make financial literacy classes compulsory in schools. Seven statesRead More →

Differences between science and philosophy: Time and time again, the question of the differences between science and philosophy has been debated in many articles. Again, this question keeps cropping up, especially among scientists and philosophers, and this article seeks to write once more about this topic and resolve the differencesRead More →

Colin Hunter, Director of Communications at Perimeter Institute, and Lauren Hayward, Quantum Scientist and Lecturer at Perimeter Institute, co-host “Conversations at the Perimeter,” a new podcast from Perimeter Institute in Waterloo. The late astronomer Carl Sagan wrote, “Somewhere, something amazing is waiting to be known.” Sagan sparked my childhood fascinationRead More →

Effective July 1, the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies will no longer be a separate department and will instead be merged with the Department of History. Following the upcoming retirement of Dr Fred Downing, Head of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, it has been decided that atRead More →

Share on PinterestStudents at the George Washington University campus in Washington, DC, U.S. on Thursday, September 9, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg/Getty Images Long-term student debt is associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and higher levels of chronic inflammation. In 2020, the average US student debt on graduation from universityRead More →

Newswise – A study of thousands of media articles spreading propaganda in Ukraine’s Donbass in the years following the first Russian invasion suggests that the Kremlin’s disinformation campaign has long neglected any coherent or compelling messaging to foster support for Russia in the war-torn region. After 2014, when media outletsRead More →

Ahmed thinks people censor themselves on issues like Brexit, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and trans rightsArif Ahmed Freedom of speech is so important it should be taught alongside consent training, philosophy professor says. In an interview with UniversityArif Ahmed, an outspoken philosophy professor at Gonville & Caius College, said “free speechRead More →

On Jan. 26, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a “Request for Information Regarding Fees Charged by Providers of Consumer Financial Products or Services.” In a simultaneous statement, CFPB Director Rohit Chopra described the request for information as the start of a “new effort to help American families save billionsRead More →

Michael studied philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford University and then became an investment banker, before retraining as a doctor at the Royal Free Hospital in London. After graduating from medical school and becoming disillusioned with psychiatry, he joined the BBC as a trainee assistant producer in 1985. Over theRead More →