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In the News, August 8, 2017

Bloomberg News talked to Jeffrey Stokes about his recent study in Social Psychology Quarterly that asks whether men or women get more out of marriage.

Lori Riverstone-Newell, POL, speaks with the New York Times about the divide between red and blue states.

Ali Riaz, POL, commented in the Bangladesh Daily Star on the country’s supreme court scrapping the 16th Amendment of the constitution passed by the parliament in 2014.

Roberta Trites, COB, was featured for winning the prestigious International Grimm Award for Research into Children’s Literature from the International Institute for Children’s Literature in Osaka, Japan.

Yimin Wang, International Studies, talked to “The 21st” about making international students feel supported and safe.

Milner Library’s “Shakepearience” gives glimpse into the Bard’s life.

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