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The Tiny Fish That Break a Fundamental Rule of Vertebrate Life

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“Although coral reefs are home to bustling communities of gaudy marine life, half the fishes that live there are hardly ever seen. Aptly known as cryptobenthics—literally “hidden bottom-dwellers”—these species are mostly shorter than two inches and usually hidden in crevices. …

By Dunstanette Macauley-Dukuly
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Women suffer needless pain because almost everything is designed for men

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This insightful article from Vox discusses the pain that women often encounter because of a healthcare system biased in favor of men.


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Drew Student Wins Goldwater Scholarship


Drew University junior Mason Scher won a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship.

Scher is a chemistry major and Baldwin Honors and Civic Scholar who has a passion for environmental science. Her scholarship will fund her tuition as she conducts research into how …

By Carolyn Parelli
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Saying Yes to Undergraduate Research

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Visa’s First-Ever Chief Diversity Officer on the Secrets to Her Success


Jolen Anderson likes to call herself an “attorney by training and an HR and diversity professional by passion.” And despite naturally leaning introverted, she also calls herself a self-taught extrovert, in part thanks to her career.

Before joining Visa in …

By The Muse
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