True Stories

The Origins of Studying Crap

John G Bourke wrote a seminal reference text on human waste that's proven valuable today, despite its Victorian shortcomings.
The New + the Next

The Biggest Pandemic Study in the World

The findings of Michelle vanDellen's project will shape how societies cope with the next crisis.
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She's Taking Her History Lessons From the Ivory Tower to the Community

Yale history professor Elizabeth Hinton is taking her lessons to the community.
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The Virus Is Hitting Women in Academia Harder

Lockdowns are disproportionately hurting female researchers, affecting their career prospects and the future of fair policymaking.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
Around the World

The Most Successful Ethnic Group in the U.S. May Surprise You

Nigerian-Americans are on a path to become one of the most successful immigrant groups in American history.
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The Scientist Tackling the Ocean Food Chain

Sonya Dyhrman is studying how organisms at the very base of the food chain will adapt to a changing ocean climate.
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A Space Anthropologist Warns: Inequality Gets Worse on Mars

Savannah Mandel, 23, is at the vanguard of researchers looking at the human side of leaving Earth.
News + Politics

Beyond the Nobel: Esther Duflo Goes Granular on the Problems of Poverty

Esther Duflo, the youngest to win a Nobel in economics and only the second woman, is rethinking solutions to poverty problems.
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Is It Time to End the Socratic Insanity in Law Schools?

Does this method of traumatizing students still have a role to play in Juris Doctor programs?.
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She’s Giving Every College Student a Life Coach

Alex Bernadotte is trying to cut the college completion gap for first-generation and immigrant students.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
News + Politics

He's Why Iran Is Feuding With Stanford

Pooya Azadi, head of the Stanford Iran 2040 Project, undermined Iran’s claims of scientific prowess.
News + Politics

Big Ideas on Campus

This original OZY series goes back to school to see what some of academia’s biggest brains are up to.

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