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Classroom Skeleton: Whose Bones Are These?

Remember that skeleton hanging in the front of your classroom? In some schools, those were actual human remains. We used science to figure out the story behind one of them.

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Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill, Averting A Government Shutdown

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Bounce: pts I + II Nate Smith
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Student Civil Rights Protesters From The 1960s Discuss 'March For Our Lives'

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An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
Ttktv Injury Reserve
Hired Goons Evil Nine
Capicua Animal Chuki
Too Much Birthday [Instrumental] People Under the Stairs

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Roxanne Shante Smells Her Flowers With 'Roxanne Roxanne' Biopic

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An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
Can't Keep Checking My Phone Unknown Mortal Orchestra
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Santiago Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Akiko Guitar
CityLights Mono Mono

Gabe Glassman is a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. After the deadly shooting in February, he and his mother, Lisa, have become active in the gun control debate. Matt Ozug/NPR hide caption

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Parkland Shooting Survivor Discusses Newfound Activism To End Gun Violence

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One More Cymande
Ritournelle Sebastian Tellier & Sébastien Tellier
Turtle Soup DJ Food
Midnight Sleighride The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra
Hustler Willie Colón

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