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Lawyers: Trump's Twitter Account Not Presidential; Also: Trump Is President, Can't Be Sued

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A lawsuit filed against President Trump alleges a host of First Amendment violations stemming from Trump's Twitter blocklist. According to the suit filed by the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, an official government account shouldn't be allowed to block users from reading tweets. Show More Summary

AT&T and Human Rights Campaign Name Winners of the Live Proud on Campus Scholarship Contest

AT&T and HRC selected three grand prize winners of the first-ever AT&T Live Proud on Campus scholarship contest. Amy Kelley (University of Pittsburgh), Leyth Swidan (Columbia University), and Ryan Wells (Elon University) are our grand prize winners. Show More Summary

Can you teach a cell new tricks? Diabetes research aims to do just that.

Domenico Accili confesses it all sounds a little like science fiction, or maybe simply magic, but the professor of medicine at Columbia University is convinced he can coax endocrine cells in the gut to change jobs and, in the process, reverse Type 1 diabetes. If it works — and it's too early to...

Hanh Nguyen’s National Tour of ‘How Bigotry Begins’ Stops at Cal Poly Pomona

Fresh from presentations at Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell universities, PETA’s Hanh Nguyen will give her thought-provoking talk “How Bigotry Begins” at California State Polytechnic University–Pomona on Wednesday, October 25,... The post Hanh Nguyen’s National Tour of ‘How Bigotry Begins’ Stops at Cal Poly Pomona appeared first on PETA.

Hanh Nguyen’s National Tour of ‘How Bigotry Begins’ Stops at UCLA

Fresh from presentations at Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell universities, PETA’s Hanh Nguyen will give her thought-provoking talk “How Bigotry Begins” at the University of California–Los Angeles on Tuesday, October... The post Hanh Nguyen’s National Tour of ‘How Bigotry Begins’ Stops at UCLA appeared first on PETA.

The Top-Tier Medical School With Its Own Theater Company

A reporter visits Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons to watch the Bard Hall Players rehearse Sondheim's Into the Woods. Every member of the cast and crew is a medical student; several have degrees and/or previous professional experience in music or theater.

College Football Traditions: Enjoy fine dining at South Carolina's 1801 Grille

One of the finest restaurants in Columbia has a unique partnership with University of South Carolina

Here are all the alcohols that are gluten-free

Peter Green, the director of Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University and the Phyllis and Ivan Seidenberg Professor of Medicine at Columbia University, explained to us what alcohol you can drink that are gluten-free. Peter Green: Gluten is a term for the storage protein component of the cereal grains: wheat, rye, and barley. Show More Summary

New Findings Help Explain How Usher Syndrome Affects Vision and Hearing

Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center utilized their Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) grants to make progress in characterizing the genetic and physiologic components of Usher syndrome--the most common cause of deaf-blindness.

NASCAR Cup: Carl Edwards honored for sportsmanship

By AMANDA VINCENT Former Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver and Columbia, Mo., native, Carl Edwards, is one of nine recipients of 2017 Musial Awards presented by Maryville University and named for former St. Louis Cardinal, Stan Musial. The 2017 awards will be presented Nov. 18 at the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis. Musial [...]

Canadian study of gender-affirming surgery highlights patients' long, frustrating journey

(University of British Columbia) Access to gender-affirming surgery has improved in British Columbia over the past couple of years, but transgender people needing to access surgery still face complex and often unclear pathways, says a new study from the University of British Columbia.

#313 October 17, 2017

Matt writes: Annette Insdorf's new book, Cinematic Overtures: How to Read Opening Scenes, will be released next month by the Columbia University Press. Click here for a sneak preview of the book's enticing contents, including excerpts...Show More Summary

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative taps Columbia scientists to create atlas of cells in human spinal cord

(The Zuckerman Institute at Columbia University) Scientists at Columbia's Zuckerman Institute today received a grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. to construct an atlas of gene activity of all cells in the human spinal cord. Once completed, the atlas would provide a reference map for researchers investigating injuries or diseases of the spinal cord.

DA Vance Announces Independent Review Of His Campaign Donations

A nonprofit anti-corruption center at Columbia University will review Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance's campaign donations over the next three months, the embattled DA announced in a Daily News op-ed Sunday night. [ more › ]

Erik Visits an American Grave, Part 156

This is the grave of Charles Evans Hughes. Born in 1862 in Glens Falls, New York, Hughes enrolled at what is today Colgate University at the age of 14, transferred to Brown, and graduated at the age of 19. He entered Columbia Law School in 1882 and finished in 1884. He joined a prestigious law […]

Study calls for less shame and secrecy around menstruation in global conflict areas

A new study by researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) found that girls and women in emergency contexts have inadequate access to safe and private facilities and...Show More Summary

Book Review: 'Making Sense Of The Alt-Right'

Hardback cover of Making Sense Of The Alt-Right Making Sense of the Alt-Right by George Hawley Columbia University Press, 174 pages, available in hardback and on Kindle If knowing your enemy is an important tactic for mainstream political...Show More Summary

Study calls for less shame and secrecy around menstruation in global conflict areas

(Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health) A new study found that girls and women in emergency contexts have inadequate access to safe and private facilities and supplies for menstrual hygiene management, and are provided with insufficient guidance by response teams on the basics of managing menstruation. Show More Summary

Professor Hillary Clinton? Columbia University Claims She Could Return To Teaching In 2018 [Report]

Hillary Clinton is testing the water on a return to a teaching position, NY Daily News reported. The Former U.S. Secretary of State is in talks with Columbia University on a formal role. According to the report, Clinton is under discussion...Show More Summary

South Carolina Women Take SEC Double Dual, Men Lose to Mizzou

By Hannah Hecht on SwimSwam MIZZOU VS. SOUTH CAROLINA VS. ARKANSAS Saturday, October 14th Mizzou Aquatic Center Columbia, Missouri Results WOMEN’S MEET The University of... Read the full story on SwimSwam: South Carolina Women Take SEC Double Dual, Men Lose to Mizzou

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