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Donald Trump Is Demanding To Be Put Back In The White House After Elon Musk's Twitter Exposé

Donald Trump's reaction to a Twitter exposé was one for the history books. On December 2, "Chief Twit" Elon Musk promised a breaking news story showing that Twitter stopped "free speech" before the 2020 presidential election, according to The Washington Post. Before the internal files were shared, Musk tweeted, "This will be awesome." However, the nearly 40-tweet storm posted by journalist Matt Taibbi turned out to be less exciting than advertised.
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Autism subgroups converge on cell growth pathway

Neural precursor cells from people with diverse forms of autism have similarly atypical patterns of development, according to an unpublished study. Those patterns stem from problems in a signaling pathway called mTOR, the results suggest. It “adds on to a great deal of previous studies that say that there’s likely...
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Young motherhood, child ADHD link explained

The strongest confounders were family income, caregiver education, and ADHD polygenic risk scores for ADHD clinical range diagnoses. here are several factors, mostly involving socioeconomic disadvantages, increase the risk of young mothers giving birth to children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). A team, led by Brennan H. Baker, Department of...

IN MEMORIAM-Norton Herbert Neff, Ph.D. (1935"“2022)

With sorrow, we announce that Norton Herbert Neff, ACNP Fellow Emeritus, died on September 5th, 2022, at the age of 87. He was elected to ACNP Membership in 1977 and became a Lifetime Fellow in 2003. Born in Philadelphia, Norton completed his undergraduate and graduate studies in Pharmacology and Chemistry...

College Athletes to Compete at Orange Bowl Swim Classic in Florida Keys Jan. 3

KEY LARGO, Florida Keys — Hundreds of college swimmers from around the country are to meet and compete in the open-to-spectators Orange Bowl Swim Classic Tuesday, Jan. 3 — the culmination of an annual monthlong winter training session in Key Largo. The warm winter competition, one of a...

Harlem Season 2: Release date and Cast Updates

Harlem is an Amazon series focused on Black female friendships in Harlem, New York. It became a critically acclaimed show with its launch in December 2021. Created by Tracy Oliver, the drama portrays four best friends in NY, Camille, an anthropology professor at Columbia University, who finds it difficult to navigate her love life despite her vast knowledge about the subject, Tyre, a dating app creator who prefers to keep a distance from her intimate partners, Quin, a trust fund fashion designer who runs a challenging business and Angie, a vibrant and no-filter singer who lives with Quin. Following its debut, fans have been eagerly looking ahead to season two. Fortunately, Amazon has given the series a go-ahead in February 2022, and Oliver and the fans are thrilled. With its cast additions announced and filming in works, here’s everything you may know about the anticipated Harlem season two:

The Hilarious Reason Barack Obama Said Will Smith Could Play Him In A Movie

As the 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama has many biopics in his future — and a few in his past, too. In "Southside With You," Parker Sawyer stepped into Obama's shoes, portraying him during the early days of his relationship with wife Michelle. "Barry," which chronicles Obama's academic trajectory at Columbia University, saw Devon Terrol take on the role. And while both of these films garnered varying degrees of box office and critical success, it's likely something bigger will come around that will require a, well... bigger name.
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U.S. News ranks UW at No. 6 in ranking of global universities

The U.S. News 2022-2023 university ranking report ranks the University of Washington sixth among global universities. This comes as an improvement from last year’s rankings, which saw UW ranked eighth globally. The U.S. News ranking includes 2,000 schools, spanning 95 countries. This is a wider pool when compared to...

18 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Glow Recipe’s Female Founders

Born in South Korea and raised in Louisiana, Christine Chang moved back to South Korea when she was 10. Suddenly she found herself going from the playground to Korean bathhouses on weekends with her mother and aunts. Several beauty rituals really resonated, including splashing milk and tea-steeped waters on her skin, and making impromptu paste masks made of yogurt and Job’s tears powder (also known as coix seeds, a shiny brown barley-type grain.) These experiences sparked a lifelong interest in beauty and skin care.

16 Extra-Smart Celebs Who’ve Earned The Right To Say, “Actually, It’s Dr.”

Plenty of celebs — from Taylor Swift to Tracee Ellis Ross — have been recipients of honorary doctorates. However, some have actually put in the work and earned a genuine PhD, medical degree, or other doctoral-level degree. Here are 16 celebs who’ve earned the right to say, “Actually,...

What is healthy selfishness and when is it ok to be selfish?

Is putting ourselves first always selfish? And is being selfish really always a bad thing? We explain more about healthy selfishness and how it can help you. Being called selfish is an unpleasant blow. Socially speaking, the idea of being selfish is taboo: it’s something we should strive to avoid at all costs. To be called selfish means you are inconsiderate of other people, putting your own pleasure and gains ahead of others. Yet the term can often be used as a weapon against us, to manipulate us into doing things for others – even when it could be to our own detriment.

Bonus - A History of Modern Palestine, Ep. 6 w/ Rashid Khalidi

Danny and Derek welcome back Rashid Khalidi, the Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University, to discuss his book The Hundred Years' War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonialism and Resistance, 1917-2017. In this final episode of the series, they discuss the US ramping up aid to Israel in the 1970s, the factors leading to the PLO conducting operations from Lebanon, the 1982 Israeli invasion of the country, the Sabra and Shatila massacre, and more.

‘Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse’: New Image Sees Miles Morales and Gwen Stacy Hanging!! Check It Out!!

Sony has released a new look at Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen from its highly anticipated Spider-Man Across The Spider-Verse. The film is a sequel to the Academy-Award-winning Into The Spider-Verse, which has been touted as one of the best Spider-Man stories in recent times. In the new image Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen look at a city landscape upside down sticking from a terrace somewhere.

The Columbia Motto

In 1754, King’s College, which would later become Columbia University, was established by a royal charter issued by King George II of England. It is the fifth oldest educational establishment in the whole of the United States, as well as the oldest in the state of New York where it is located. Demonstrating the institution’s long and illustrious history as a place of higher education. The University has established itself as a leading research and educational institution over the course of several decades by living up to the Columbia motto, “In Lumine Tuo Videbimis Lumen.”
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Elizabeth A. Staley

Elizabeth A. Staley Elizabeth “Liz” Anne Staley, 40, of Shepherdstown, WV, formerly of New Market, MD, passed away at her home, surrounded by her family, on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022, after a long journey with brain cancer. She was born June 6, 1982 to Jim Staley and Mary...