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Several WUSTL faculty members are offering commentaries responding to the unrest in Ferguson. MORE
Gerald Early, PhD, shares his thoughts in Time magazine about Ferguson's history and reasons behind the unrest in the wake of a police shooting of an unarmed teen. MORE
Playwright and Professor Henry Schvey, PhD, discusses his play about artist Oskar Kokoschka for an episode of “Hold That Thought,” a podcast series from Arts & Sciences. MORE
Sonia Song-Ha Lee, PhD, blogs about her new book, “Building a Latino Civil Rights Movement.”MORE
Provost H. Holden Thorp, PhD, shares a message with incoming freshmen that explains his role and challenges them to tackle global problems.  MORE
Caila Brander, a student who took part in the Summer Research Program in Global Health, shares, in words and photos, her experiences in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. MORE
Anthropologist Glenn Stone, PhD, writes in his farming and biotechnology blog, Fieldquestions, about the concept of the "show farmer."MORE
Steven P. Miller, PhD, who teaches history in University College, writes on the Oxford University Press blog about evangelicals' changing role in American politics. His new book is "The Age of Evangelism: America's Born-Again Years."MORE
Oguz Alyanak, a member of the McDonnell International Scholars Academy, writes on the Open Democracy website about Turkish people’s impressions of Syrian refugees.MORE
Mark R. Rank, PhD, of the Brown School, writes in the Oxford University Press blog about defining the American Dream. MORE
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