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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

CommonHealth: On Being Gay In Medicine

Dr. Mark Schuster’s career was almost undone in the 1980s because of prejudice and ignorance that was typical then in his profession.

Dartmouth Hazing Account Spurs Controversy

Dartmouth College students, alumni and even trustees have spoken out against Andrew Lohse’s account of Greek life at the Ivy League school, first published by the school’s student newspaper.

In this photo taken Monday March 12, 2012, students leave the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity on the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, N.H. (AP)

Baratunde Thurston On Being Black

Baratunde Thurston’s new book explores some of the big questions that define post-racial America.

Baratunde Thurston (Nate Goldman/WBUR)

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