On the afternoon of Tiger Woods’ recent rollover crash, I received a text from a dear friend, who was upset by a USA Today article that raised the question, “Was Tiger Woods’ SUV safe?”
A year ago, few of us thought much about the impacts of a global pandemic on the safety nets we rely on in our society.
The principle guiding decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic has been to “follow the science.” However, the continued closure of schools does not follow this model and is in direct opposition to research findings as well as in opposition to the recommendations from scientists, medical expert…
Class of 2020
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