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Viruses are the villains and heroes of life as we know it.

SCIENCE OR TECHNOLOGY Viruses have gotten a bad rap due to the many diseases and pandemics they cause. But viruses are also genetic innovators – and perhaps pioneers in using DNA as the genetic blueprint for life. 868 words. By Ivan Erill, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Biden Calls For Significant Expansion Of Offshore Wind Turbines – Here’s How Officials Decide Where Turbines May Go

COMMENTARY The Biden administration is proposing to significantly increase the use of offshore wind power. A former government official explains how regulators find the best sites and balance competing interests. 961 words. David Cash, University of Massachusetts Boston

Yes, we must adhere to the healthier hand washing habits that we developed at the beginning of the pandemic.

COMMENTARY The risk of exposure to coronavirus from the surface is low. But frequent hand washing since the start of a pandemic is good, as most people have not washed their hands enough to begin with. 818 words. Melissa Hawkins, American University

What is behind the magic of live music?

COMMENTARY Some concertgoers reported that their first concerts in almost two years touched them so much that they cried with joy – a testament to the power of this unique form of human communication and connection. 930 words. Mariusz Kozak, Columbia University

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Simple safety tips after Fauci gave the go-ahead for Halloween in 2021

COMMENT There is no need to pull out the lollipop catapult this year, but a few prudent precautions could contain the transmission of COVID-19. 519 words. Mag Sorg, Purdue University

A century after the partition, the churches of Ireland cooperate more closely than ever

RELIGION The church service to mark the centenary of Northern Ireland has sparked controversy. But amid tensions over the past few years, the island’s Christian leaders have been closely coordinating their actions. 1191 words. Ger Fitzgerald, George Mason University

Having COVID-19 or being close to people infected with it can make you more charitable

COMMENTARY Experiments in the United States and Italy that have observed people’s choices for philanthropy have yielded similar results: people tend to choose to help local communities. 610 words. Nancy R. Buchan, University of South Carolina; Gianluca Grimalda, Keele Institute for World Economy, and Orgul Demet Oztürk, University of South Carolina

As a patriot and a black man, Colin Powell embodied the “duality” of the African American experience.

COMMENTARY An African American studies scholar examines how a former secretary of state, who died at the age of 84, dealt with what WB Dubois called the “double consciousness” of a black man and an American. 1069 words. Written by Chad Williams, Brandeis University

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