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Luke Farrell stresses financial aid issues, diversity and inclusion in Young Trustee campaign

“The Board of Trustees already has 35 members, so we have to ask ourselves — why does it matter that they added an extra chair for us,” said Farrell. “We have to make it matter. We have to change the conversation, we have to vote when it’s unpopular — and that’s what I have done and will continue to do as Young Trustee.”


Professor discusses his new book, conflict between history and science

Alex Rosenberg, R. Taylor Cole professor of philosophy, recently wrote a new book called "How History Gets Things Wrong: The Neuroscience of Our Addiction to Stories." Rosenberg spoke with The Chronicle to reflect on his book and a wide variety of other subjects ranging from the greatest threat to humanity to Rosenberg’s teenage self. The interview has been edited for length and clarity. 

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“We did see a decrease in the Class of 2022 compared to 2021, from [international students forming] 10 percent of the class to 8 percent, but both of those are within the range of enrollment that we’ve seen among international students over the last decade,” Christopher Guttentag, dean of undergraduate admissions, said. 

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