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  • Published
    April 4, 2017

    Supporting women in science is about encouragement

    Based on the strong showing of female participants at the recent Maine State Science Fair, high schools are on the right track to foster more women in science, Amber Howard writes.

  • Published
    March 9, 2017

    ‘Bathroom bills’ reveal right of existing in public space

    Everyone deserves the right to go to school, work, and exist in public spaces, Kimberly Carter writes.

  • Published
    February 28, 2017

    The mortal side of biological immortality

    Our environment and life choices can really impact the rate in which we age, and we need to heed warnings of lifestyle choices that affect aging, Amber Howard writes.

  • Published
    December 28, 2016

    Children’s books a chance to teach diversity

    While I certainly do not claim that racism can be dismantled through children's books, the act of reading — listening to someone else's story — is a crucial component of ally work for racial justice, writes Elizabeth Powers.

  • Published
    December 20, 2016

    Should GMOs be a no-go?

    GMOs have some major benefits, despite having recently taken some major criticism, so it will be interesting to see what another 50 years of advancing this technology will bring, Amber Howard writes.