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Despite Ebola Crisis, Be Careful Using Unproven Drugs

Dr. Philip Rosoff: Caution should be paramount when approving use of unproven drug

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Judging Obama's Decision to Return U.S. Forces to Combat

Peter Feaver agrees with president's decision to recommit U.S. forces in Iraq

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The Enduring Wonder of 'The Wizard of Oz'

Ted Bogosian examines a movie classic on its 75th anniversary

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How Colleges Fail Liberal Students

Michael Munger: Liberal students aren’t being challenged, and don’t learn to think

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Laurie Patton on Public Scholarship

The dean of Duke's Trinity Arts & Sciences discusses public scholarship at a Forum for Publics and Scholars panel on open access. 

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Environment & Sustainability

The Future of Transportation

Tim Profeta, director of the Nicholas Institute, discusses the future of transportation in this Rational Middle Energy Series film.


What is the Legal Evil of Slavery?

Professor Adrienne Davis speaks on slavery's intersection with law


The Future of Campaign Finance Reform

Harvard's Lawrence Lessig outlines campaign financing in U.S. elections and discusses the need for a new system