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Time —

What’s the secret to good luck? Networking

Article refers to a study by Mark Granovetter, professor of sociology, on how interacting with people you have weaker ties with can lead to new communities and possibilities.

Palo Alto Online —

Stanford students call on public to unplug

Stanford Students Against Addictive Devices held a protest at the Apple store on University Avenue in downtown Palo Alto, with the aim of raising awareness of "device addiction."

Inside Higher Ed. —

Should one-and-done be done?

Article discusses a letter addressed to political scientist Condoleezza Rice, who chairs the NCAA’s Commission on College Basketball, on college athletes going pro after a single season.


Healthy minds with Dr. Jeffrey Borenstein

Features an interview with Carolyn Rodriguez, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, about obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Medical News Today —

Can we ‘deactivate’ celiac disease?

Researchers led by Chaitan Khosla, professor of chemistry and chemical engineering, may have found a chemical "switch" that, if targeted, may stop celiac disease.