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Apr 10 2021 | The Economist
America tries to figure out a fairer way to select students Sidelining standardised tests won’t make college admissions fairer
Mar 11 2021 | Stanford News
Stanford sociologist uncovers the hidden side of pandemic life Over the past year, the American Voices Project has documented how Americans are experiencing the COVID-19 crisis – from incapacitating anxiety to extraordinary fortitude even in the most harrowing circumstances.
Feb 8 2021 | MEL Magazine
Are You Less Sexist Than Most Guys? You’d Be Surprised New research offers a few clues why male ‘feminists’ and ‘allies’ are often the worst offenders — and the lies they tell themselves to rationalize it Are you less sexist than most men? 
Jan 27 2021 | The Atlantic
The Pandemic Has Erased Entire Categories of Friendship There’s a reason you miss the people you didn’t even know that well.
Jan 7 2021 | The New York Times
How to Stop Evictions From Further Ruining Lives Americans who default on their rent may find it hard to escape lasting effects on their financial future.
Jan 6 2021 | The Nation
Unequal Before the Law How did we end up with our current system of public defenders?
Dec 29 2020 | Washington Post
"In his victory speech last month, President-elect Joe Biden urged Americans 'to see each other again, listen to each other again.' The moment felt like an opportunity to connect and heal. Political scientist Ian Bremmer tweeted: 'Now is the time for every Biden supporter to reach out to one person...
The Philadelphia Inquirer quotes Asad Asad on laws regarding immigrants’ legalization and naturalization in the United States. Click here to read the article in the Philadelphia Inquirer
Dec 3 2020 | Stanford News
Stanford professor’s study finds gentrification disproportionately affects minorities Disadvantaged residents from predominately Black neighborhoods have fewer options in face of gentrification. A new study by a Stanford sociologist has determined that the negative effects of gentrification are...
Nov 23 2020 | Stanford News
"Stanford graduate students Abdallah AbuHashem and Ziyi Wang and senior Nicolas Fishman have been awarded Rhodes Scholarships, which provide all expenses for two or three years of study at the University of Oxford in England and may allow funding in some instances for four years."