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‘League Of Denial’  October 7, 2013
Webster Fights Defender

As football season takes off this fall, many parents and coaches are concerned about brain injuries and concussions – and it has become a big issue in the NFL, too.

Living, Breathing Photojournalism  October 3, 2013
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In a world where nearly everyone has a camera in their pocket, does great photography still matter?

College Football And Civil Rights  October 3, 2013
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Where did college sports and racial integration meet?

Motherhood, Disability, and Discovery  October 2, 2013
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The birth of a child is a joyous occasion for any family. But what happens when everything doesn’t turn out exactly as planned?

Purposed Expression  October 2, 2013
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How has HIV/AIDS affected the arts community, and what has been the arts community’s response?

Renounced But True  October 1, 2013
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Sor Juana was a nun who lived in Mexico in the 17th Century. So why do her writings about theology and women’s rights still resonate today?

Greg Abbott And The Race For Governor  October 1, 2013
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The Texas gubernatorial election is still over a year away, but the campaign is already heating up among Republican hopefuls and in a couple of days, we’ll know for sure if a certain state senator from Fort Worth will run for the Democratic nomination.

Last Resort  September 30, 2013
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Will the earth be able to sustain a population of 10 billion or more and if not, will humans around the world be able to come together to survive?

Civil Change  September 30, 2013
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How might social issues like marriage equality and technological advances in reproductive science change the practice of family law?

GMO OMG  September 26, 2013
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Could the use of genetically modified organisms in food damage both biodiversity and our dinner?

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