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Monday, March 4, 2024

Emory University

New York Times | Racial turnout gap has widened with a weakened Voting Rights Act, study finds (Bernard Fraga quoted)

Time | What a Mughal princess can teach us about feminist history (Ruby Lal writes)

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Four years into pandemic, long COVID is ‘real’ but remains a mystery (Alex Truong and Jenny Han quoted, Tiffany Walker cited, Emory University grant and Emory University Hospital Midtown Long COVID Clinic featured) 

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Laken Riley case: Suspect’s prior crimes too minor for ICE, experts say (Charles Kuck and Emily Davis quoted) 

WAGA-TV 📺 | Dr. Winawer talks about COVID recommendations from CDC (Neil Winawer interviewed) 

WABE-FM | Emory’s new School of Medicine dean talks silver linings and lessons from COVID-19 pandemic (Sandra Wong interviewed) 

WABE-FM | Emory University's 'Cinematheque' tackles agency and ethics with new theme, 'A.I. and Film' (Emory University’s 'Cinematheque' film series featured) 

LiveNOW 📺 | Gaza ceasefire: Israel has agreed to a framework, US says (Ken Stein interviewed)

Christian Science Monitor | Uncertain but undeterred: Young Senegalese prepare to vote (Bamba Ndiaye quoted)

Higher Education

New York Times | University of Florida eliminates all D.E.I.-related positions 

Washington Post | Congress curtails move expanding Pell Grant access for some students

Axios | Show this chart to anyone who tells you college isn't worth it

General Health/Healthcare

NBC News | Does yogurt reduce the risk of diabetes? The FDA says it might.

NPR | First over-the-counter birth control pill heads to stores

The Hill | 1 in 8 worldwide qualify as obese: Research

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