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How To Make Colleges More Diverse

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1. How to make colleges more diverse.

By David Leonhardt in the New York Times

2. Could fasting tackle the most common form of childhood leukemia?

By the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

3. In adults, income inequality drives apathy. In young people, it inspires them to make a difference.

By the New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

4. Reselling distressed loans caused the 2008 financial crisis. But now it’s saving homeowners.

By Laurie Goodman at the Urban Institute

5. Want to become more ethical? Watch romantic comedies.

By Tom Jacobs in Pacific Standard

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