The Downsizing of the American Dream
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Professor Jennifer Silva, sociology, conducted research that revealed that working-class young people (ages 24 to 34) are no longer setting their sights on the very things that have long symbolized the American dream: a home, a job, a family.
How Digital Art Curators Save Vintage Data and Hardware
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Richard Rinehart, director of the Samek Art Museum at Bucknell University, says that when preserving digital art, museums haven’t always thought to collect a clean copy of each program and the source code — and artists have sometimes been reluctant to part with them.
Geisinger at 100 Symposium: Health System, Colleges Collaborate on Research
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Bucknell University President John Bravman spoke at the Geisinger at 100 Symposium about the the relationships area colleges and universities have with Geisinger Health System.
Why Are So Many People Running For President?
Professor Chris Ellis, political science, says people running for president may crave the spotlight or aim to push an agenda, even if they know they have a slim chance of winning.
Santorum’s 2012 Success Proving Difficult to Replicate in 2016 Race
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Professor Chris Ellis, political science, says, “Rick Santorum has a lot of qualities that Republican voters like, but there’s not really a niche that he fills that isn’t already filled better by someone else,” in the upcoming presidential election.