Writing in The Washington Post, visiting government professor Rebecca Gibbons says that while the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons has done important work, it is unlikely to persuade the US and her NATO allies to cut back their nuclear arsenals.
Tuesday December 12, 2017, is national Gingerbread House Day—as if you needed reminding! In preparation for this momentous occasion, and to compete in Desserts in December event, a group of student bakers got together over the weekend.
They’re elegant and they’re everywhere, says biology professor Nat Wheelwright, who takes a closer look at mosses in his latest Nature Moments video.
Scanlon points out that the first real generation of ‘silence-breakers’ was in the 1970s, when several groups of women brought public attention to the issue of sexual harrassment in the workplace.
Government professor Gibbons was a guest on the UK’s Voice of Islam radio station on December 6, 2017, when host Hanif Khan spoke to her about nuclear proliferation and issues surrounding the proposed global ban on nuclear weapons.