What Is Fact Hygiene And Why You Should Listen To Max Brooks
Max Brooks, son of Mel Brooks, knows a lot about pandemics. He wrote the zombie apocalyptic horror novel World War Z, and is a lecturer at West Point’s Modern War Institute. On Fresh Air recently, Max Brooks said during a pandemic, social distancing is very important, but so is “FACT HYGIENE” – be careful what you listen to and what you put back out. He said listen to medical experts and reliable sources – and DON’T pass along rumors and random facts on the internet. Hear that very interesting conversation with Max Brooks on Fresh Air.
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WSU Academic Student Employees’ union files complaint against the university alleging unfair labor practice
The Academic Student Employees (ASE) union at Washington State University has filed a complaint of unfair labor practices against the university, alleging WSU’s unwillingness to bargain with the collective in good faith.
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