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Friday, April 16, 2021

campus life

Virtual, but not remote

The Markaz, working with other campus groups and the Transforming Learning Accelerator, creates an online Ramadan that is virtual, but not remote.

Virtual Ramadan

social sciences

The marriage premium

Sociologist Florencia Torche says the benefits of marriage to child development partly derive from how society views marriage as an institution. 

Florencia Torche

Law & policy

Crimes, racism and incarceration

How the law classifies crimes and what it means for justice are among the questions raised by law Professor David Sklansky in a new book. 

David Sklansky

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