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UW economics professor discusses future of health insurance reform

Johnson advocated for gradual progress in reforming healthcare

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Visiting professor: There is no escape from suffering

Dr. Jordan B. Peterson says continuous cycle of suffering is a "fundamental problem" in the world

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SSFC approves ASM budget eliminating vice chair salaries

SSFC votes 11-0-1 on proposed budget of $1,384,577, cuts vice chair committee salaries from as high as $3,360 to $0

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UW professors advocate for more patient empowerment, awareness in medical fields

Medical professionals have higher suicide rate compared to general population, UW professor of clinical law says

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UW sees increase in bias-related incidents

36 percent of incidents centered around race, 13 percent on national origin

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Peace Corps. entertains with ‘unexpected’ stories at Fourth Annual Story Slam

UW has highest number of university Peace Corps. volunteers in nation

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Chancellor Blank speaks about role of Christian morality, ethics in market economics

Blank, devout Christian, spoke about ways to reconcile Christian morality with amoral nature of market economics

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UW professors discuss whether persecution of Rohingya population in Myanmar can be considered genocide

Minority population has experienced crimes against humanity, professor said

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Sen. Leah Vukmir encourages students to seek bipartisan friendships during visit to College Republicans

Vukmir believes Legislature should have more oversight on free speech at universities

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New research at UW indicates more ways to understand diseases in nervous system

The study, led by Dr. Ian Duncan at the UW School of Veterinary Medicine, found renewed, thin myelin sheaths can restore defective nervous system