Education

Education

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By Sarah Posner Donald J. Trump had already roiled the religious right, casting the Republican Party’s most reliable voting bloc into an abyss of despair,...

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By Thomas Larson Are there any good reasons these days to declare yourself an atheist? Won’t the label’s tribal militancy, its prickly company, its easy...

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By Shawn Otto Four years ago in Scientific American, I warned readers of a growing problem in American democracy. The article, entitled “Antiscience Beliefs Jeopardize...

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By May Bulman Thousands of ex-Muslims in Britain are living in fear of violent revenge for abandoning the Islamic faith while others are afraid to...

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By Claire Daly and Mary Carson About 20 million women and girls in Nigeria have undergone female genital mutilation, 10% of the global total, according...

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By Sam Harris It is a cliché, of course, to claim that a presidential election is the most important in living memory. But we arrived...

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By Laurie Goodstein GRIMES, Iowa — Betty and Dick Odgaard used to own the tiny church next door to their home. They had built it...

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By Peter Boghossian, James Lindsay, and Phil Torres The world isn’t ending, but we face a tremendous problem from people who believe it is. The...

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By Anthony Berteaux This article is excerpted from a longer piece in the Tower. When Arielle Mokhtarzadeh arrived at University of California, Berkeley, to attend the...

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By Minna Salami This month, pupils across France will be able to use the first full-size anatomical model of a clitoris in their sex education...