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“We are all in this together.” This seems to be the mantra as we cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s not an aspiration, but rather is an affirmation. Individuals and organizations have an unprecedented opportunity to work toward a common goal, in ways that were unimaginable only a few weeks ago.

The global scale of […]

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6 Coronavirus Myths, Debunked

On March 27, 2020 By

As the Coronavirus (“COVID-19”) spreads into cities and towns around the globe, Americans remain unclear about its potential severity and what we, as a collective, should do in preparation for its effects on the global economy and public health. There is typically a relationship between the contagiousness of a disease and its lethality. COVID-19 […]

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Given our right to free speech in the United States, most of us are uncomfortable—and perhaps enraged—at the idea of social media sites restricting the expression of our ideas and opinions. Although speech often has real-world implications, are there times when we should be more concerned about the sharing of potentially false or misleading speech? […]

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In a period of twenty-four hours, the American sports landscape experienced something never before seen in history: a complete shutdown. Due to the unexpected and unprecedented spread of COVID-19, sports franchises began mass-cancelling games and tournaments. By the end of the day on March 12th, every sporting event in the United States had been […]

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