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Match.Corps: DJ Jazzy Seth Doesn't Share Socks, but He Does Love Lucy

For Seth and Lucy, a shared love of music, social justice, and garlic keep their love Lit(t)
Keesa McKoy

A Historian Explores the Dark Past of a Mississippi Bridge

Jason Morgan Ward’s new book uncovers connections between racial violence and efforts to end poverty during the civil rights era
Alexandria Neason

Easing the Start-Up Costs of Teaching

Can incentives like debt relief and no-interest loans inspire more people to become teachers?
Ting Yu

Boxing with Ares

A man with boxing pads on
Ramon Guerra goes by the camp name "Ares"
Dionne Lee
Ramon Guerra has left his mark on the summer camp that inspired his teaching career.
Joel Serin-Christ

Voices from the Flood

After record flooding in South Louisiana, the need keeps growing. Alumni and community members describe the undaunted efforts at recovery and how you can help.
Joel Serin-Christ

Twelve Years, 1,600 Miles, One Inspiring Student Story

A woman stands in front of an arch at Michigan State University
Jeffrey M Smith
From third grade through honors college, Jessica Gonzalez’s teacher has been with her at every step.
Keesa McKoy

Medical Students Fill the Gap in Sex Education

Four medical students walk down stairs
Azikiwe Aboagye
How former teachers rallied their med school pals to bring Central Falls seventh graders the facts
Calvin Hennick

Which Student Athletes Face the Greatest Danger of Injury?

Kids play soccer on a field
Amy Moore
Urban versus rural students, richer or poorer—Dr. Katie Rizzone explains why she’s out to expose which student athletes face the highest risk of getting hurt.

Match.Corps: The Never-Ending Sugar Debate, and Other Sweet Stuff

Kelly and Alicen Bartle share that in a successful relationship “you can be right or you can be happy”—except when it comes to processed sugar.
Keesa McKoy

Clint Smith Has a French Fry Problem—Oh, and a New Book

The dynamic poet and writer tells us his media diet (and fast food habits), shares a favorite poem, and explains why he’s in awe every day that he’s able to do this work.
Leah Fabel

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