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Justin Timberlake will headline the Super Bowl halftime show on Feb. 4, in Minneapolis. Timberlake will become the first person to perform at the Super Bowl for a third time. He first appeared in 2001 as part of N’SYNC, alongside Aerosmith and his former girlfriend Britney Spears. The next time was in 2004 with Janet…

LGBTQ+ Community Resource Center receives bigger room
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LGBTQ+ Community Resource Center receives bigger room

Students venturing into the Newman Vertical Campus’ Room 3-241, better known as Baruch College’s Health and Wellness Center, will find something missing from the three-office suite — the LGBTQ+ Community Resource Center. The center officially relocated to NVC 3-216 on Oct. 25, giving Baruch’s LGBTQ community a larger and much needed space on campus. “For…

New blood test pinpoints children’s place on autism spectrum
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New blood test pinpoints children’s place on autism spectrum

Scientists have created an accurate method to analyze metabolic biomarkers determining whether a child is on the autism spectrum, according to a study published in the journal PLOS Computational Biology. The algorithm, based on a blood sample, is the first physiological test for autism and can help diagnose patients earlier. The autism spectrum disorder includes…

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Mayer distributes $23 million severance

According to the Harvard Business Review’s report of the top 10 best performing CEOs, it is not the year-to-year financials of the company that are most important, but rather the lifetime performance of the CEO. While this mentality may not be the most common among businesses, it is one that defines the choices Yahoo CEO…

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Scientists discover cause of death of oldest human ancestor

Over 40 years after paleoanthropologists discovered Lucy, one of the oldest hominin fossils ever found, new research suggests that our 3.18-million-year-old ancestor died after falling from a large height. When Lucy’s skeleton was discovered in Ethiopia in 1974, it was found to be relatively complete, eventually allowing scientists to conclude that Lucy’s body was subjected…

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