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University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill listens during a hearing of the House Committee on Education on Capitol Hill on Dec. 5.
Mark Schiefelbein
Liz Magill's resignation comes days after congressional testimony by her and other university presidents drew fierce backlash. Scott Bok, the chair of the university's board of trustees, also quit.
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Dr. Jonathan Pierce is an international traveler and has interests in how others think and navigate the world. He has also studied autism in the workplace. He spoke to Community Voices about how employers can provide accommodations to those on the autism spectrum, and how the autistic workforce can help increase productivity.
Ethan Crumbley stands with his attorneys Paulette Loftin (left) and Amy Hopp during his senencing hearing in Pontiac, Mich. Parents of students killed at Michigan's Oxford High School described the anguish of losing their children Friday as a judge considered whether Crumbley would serve a life sentence for the 2021 mass shooting.
Carlos Osorio
A Michigan judge hands down a life without parole sentence for the teenager who shot and killed fellow students and wounded others at Oxford High School in 2021.
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