Perspectives

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Thank You, Islamophobes

Munir Safi says incidents of anti-Muslim bias have forged new bonds with his faith and within his Muslim community.

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Of Cats and Dogs

In the old debate between "cat people" and "dog people", Colleen Patrick-Goudreau thought she had to choose. But no more.

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Religion and Climate Change

Mike Newland wrestles with how religious views affect attitudes about climate change.

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The Campaigns Go To The Movies

If the major Presidential campaigns were movies, reviewer Jeremy Friedlander would give them two thumbs down.

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Infant Hearing Loss

Ramaah Sadasivam knows all too well the importance of early testing of infants for hearing loss.

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Groundhog Day

Michael Ellis says the ancient belief that animals can predict weather is celebrated on Feb. 2, the midway between the winter solstice and vernal equinox.

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I Won the Lottery

Kyri McClellan has a special needs child but is grateful for the community of help that keep her child happy and healthy.

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Strangers to the Rescue

When a man suffers a severe injury, total strangers join Debbie Findling's neighbors to step in as first responders.

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The Long Odds

Whether it's playing the lottery or planning on spectacular personal success, Paul Staley says Americans believe in long shots.

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Learning Abroad

High schooler Killian Fay is thankful for even the more uncomfortable aspects of the summer immersion programs he joined in Latin America.

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