A "limitless" future is steadily becoming reality; but the shadows of a tumultuous past still linger, and a "year of implementation" awaits for the president to make good on her ambitious plans.
Healing the wounds this disaster has opened will be a long time coming.
The new curriculum is a sign of progress, but students say it is just the beginning in a series of long-overdue reforms.
Leqembi, which earned full FDA approval in July, could help improve the lives of patients with early stages of Alzheimer’s. Despite limitations, it offers hope for taking on the challenges of the disease.
Sundays, World War I and getting to do things
As the University moves ahead with bold large-scale projects, its reliance on borrowing from financial markets is growing — drawing concern from a credit ratings agency.
Fifty hours of driving provides plenty of space for self-reflection.
With tensions from Yevgeny Prigozhin’s attempted coup mostly simmered out, I’m still left questioning the legitimacy of my international relations degree.