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On September 21, 2015, the world watched the inaugural trip of sub-Saharan Africa’s first urban light rail system — and if they didn’t, they should have. The Ethiopian government partnered with two Chinese companies to bring a much-needed mass ...

Midnight Train to Addis Ababa

On September 21, 2015, the world watched the inaugural trip of sub-Saharan Africa’s first urban light rail system — and if they didn’t, they should have. The Ethiopian government partnered with two Chinese companies to bring a much-needed mass ...

Martin Shkreli has received extensive coverage for raising the price of a medication for HIV overnight, but he’s only a symptom of a larger problem. Learn more about the high cost of pharmaceuticals in the US with this update from the BPR Media...

Beyond Martin Shkreli: Big Pharma Costs in the US

Martin Shkreli has received extensive coverage for raising the price of a medication for HIV overnight, but he’s only a symptom of a larger problem. Learn more about the high cost of pharmaceuticals in the US with this update from the BPR Media...

BPR is covering the lecture by Ambassador Chas Freeman on the ability of America to shape international politics, and how that has changed since the Cold War. Ambassador Freeman is a senior fellow at Brown University’s Watson Institute for Internat...

[Liveblog]: The Crumbling of the Pax Americana

BPR is covering the lecture by Ambassador Chas Freeman on the ability of America to shape international politics, and how that has changed since the Cold War. Ambassador Freeman is a senior fellow at Brown University’s Watson Institute for Internat...

For a generation that has been disappointed one too many times by the promise of participatory democracy to anticipate any real change, elections of real consequence can be quite startling. That is why the results of Turkey’s general elections on S...

2015: The Year for Turkey

For a generation that has been disappointed one too many times by the promise of participatory democracy to anticipate any real change, elections of real consequence can be quite startling. That is why the results of Turkey’s general elections on S...

Despite widespread conversations on racial identity and discrimination on college campuses, one particular struggle students face often fails to enter the discourse: the unique experiences of first-generation students. This, however, is starting to c...

First, But Not Alone: The First-Gen Experience

Despite widespread conversations on racial identity and discrimination on college campuses, one particular struggle students face often fails to enter the discourse: the unique experiences of first-generation students. This, however, is starting to c...

  Computer science (CS) is the most popular major at Stanford University, yet female students make up only 12 percent of the program. It is hardly news that women are underrepresented in all STEM fields, computer science included. But the relati...

She Can Code It!

  Computer science (CS) is the most popular major at Stanford University, yet female students make up only 12 percent of the program. It is hardly news that women are underrepresented in all STEM fields, computer science included. But the relati...