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Campus Voices is a place to showcase more voices from around Washington University in St. Louis, from blogs managed by schools, faculty, staff or students to experts commenting on breaking news to authors’ latest books. (Note: the opinions expressed by individuals featured in this section are their own and do not represent those of Washington University.)

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Todd Decker, PhD, associate professor of music in Arts & Sciences, writes a piece on human dignity in “The King and I” for the Lincoln Center Theater Review.MORE
Michael H. Tomasson, MD, associate professor of medicine, blogs about Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s approach to personal health care.MORE
Mae C. Quinn, JD, of the School of Law, writes about the Department of Justice report on Ferguson and the need to demand fair treatment for all youth.MORE
Angela Schlegel, a graduate student in biology in Arts & Sciences, writes about the bicycling culture in St. Louis and enthusiasm about its future in the region.MORE
Gautam Dantas, PhD, of the School of Medicine, discusses on the Institute for Public Health’s blog his research on soil bacteria and antibiotic resistance.MORE
Aubreya Adams, PhD, a postdoctoral researcher in Arts & Sciences, discusses her study of Africa’s Cameroon Volcanic Line and how it formed for a “Hold That Thought” podcast.MORE
Susan Gelman, a graduate student in chemistry in Arts & Sciences, writes in The Common Reader about USDA approval of new versions of apples that resist turning brown when cut.MORE
The Skandalaris Center held a Health Care Hackathon in March, inviting people from universities and industry to come together to tackle health-care challenges. Check out the center’s blog to watch a video and read about the new ideas.MORE
Kenneth M. Ludmerer, MD, professor of medicine and of history in Arts & Sciences, discusses the role of residency training in shaping tomorrow’s doctors in a Q&A with the Association of American Medical Colleges.MORE
Geophysicist Michael Wysession, PhD, of Arts & Sciences, believes a new approach is needed in science education. He helped write the Next Generation Science Standards and discusses on “Hold That Thought” the need for a new direction.MORE
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