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Yale students sue uni for frat culture

On behalf of fellow students in their position, Anna McNeil (20), Eliana Singer (19), and Ry Walker (20) have sued Yale University for its fraternities. In their claim lodged in court this month, the women (who study art history, political science, and ...

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Gene testing moving mainstream: experts

A growing number of Australians are using genetic testing to help diagnose hereditary diseases and cancers as the technology goes mainstream. Research by pathologists has found a more than 70 per cent increase in the number of genetic tests being ...

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Strictly speaking: facepalm/headdesk

A lot has been written (often negatively) about the effects of online technology on communication, with emoticons, emojis and abbreviations like LOL taking the place of the non-verbal cues such as facial expressions, gestures and laughter that are available to ...

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