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There are at least 4 different ways of aging, scientists say

NBC News |
Assistant Professor of Psychology Rachel Wu comments on a new study that points to multiple ways of aging. 
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Could Democrats’ path to White House run through Inland Empire?

The Press-Enterprise |
The Press-Enterprise cites reports by UC Riverside's Center for Social Innovation as evidence of the Inland Empire's growing political influence. 
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How Pit Bull Rescue Reflects Social Inequality

KVCR |
NPR affiliate KVCR speaks with Katja Guenther, an associate professor of gender and sexuality studies, about her experiences with and insight into pit bull rescue. 
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Newsom’s budget boosts UC Riverside medical school funding

The Press-Enterprise |
The new budget allocates another $25 million a year to boost enrollment at the School of Medicine and tackle the Inland Empire’s chronic doctor shortage.
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Hotter, Drier, and on Fire: Will the IE Still Be Livable in 2100?

KPCC |
Kurt Schwabe, a professor of environmental economics and policy, speaks with Emily Guerin of NPR affiliate KPCC about the livability of the Inland Empire in the face of climate change.
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Patricia Cardoso is the first Latina director in the National Film Registry

NBC News |
The "Real Women Have Curves" director is a professor in UCR's Department of Theatre, Film, and Digital Production. 
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It’s Cold Outside, but Earth Is at Its Closest Approach to the Sun

The New York Times |
Research by Stephen Kane, an associate professor of planetary astrophysics, is featured in an article about Earth's orbit around the sun, as well as the orbits of neighboring exoplanets. 
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Grades vs. SAT scores: Which is a better predictor of college success?

Los Angeles Times |
At UC Riverside, the Los Angeles Times' Teresa Watanabe writes, the most successful students had both high high-school GPAs and high test scores. But those with equally high grades and lower test scores weren’t far behind.