Baker panel to focus on job training plans

Walker, the labor sec­re­tary, said the new work­force skills cab­inet will try to better con­nect industry not just to com­mu­nity col­leges and voca­tional high schools but to the state’s career […]

Truth and reconciliation is coming to America from the grassroots

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity Law School’s Civil Rights and Restora­tive Jus­tice Insti­tute exposes the truth about civil rights-​​​​era mur­ders in the south, pro­moting offi­cial apolo­gies, state par­dons, memo­ri­al­iza­tion activ­i­ties, truth pro­ceed­ings and […]

Hard feelings: Science’s struggle to define emotions

Psy­chology is really exper­i­mental phi­los­ophy,” says Lisa Feldman Bar­rett, a uni­ver­sity dis­tin­guished pro­fessor of psy­chology at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, and the author of the forth­coming book How Emo­tions Are Made. Biology, […]

Guns don’t deter sexual assaults

The risk and response to campus sexual assault has been a blazing hot topic as of late, not just at our nation’s col­leges and uni­ver­si­ties but on Capitol Hill as […]