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Chekitan Dev, professor of marketing and management at the Nolan School, discusses why hotel brands are shifting away from daily housekeeping.  

Associated Press

“They’re afraid that if the use of AI to do all this becomes normalized, then it becomes very hard to stop the train,” says James Grimmelmann, professor of law. “The guild is in the position of trying to imagine lots of different possible futures.”


Cristobal Young, professor of sociology, discusses the impacts of taxes on the migration of the wealthy.

The Hill

“This is not ‘the end of the March banking crisis’ – it is still the beginning, as shuddering regional bank stocks already are showing at the stock exchanges’ opening bells,” says Robert Hockett, professor of law and finance.

The Atlantic

Christopher Anderson, professor of operations and analytics at the School of Hotel Administration, explains why prices fluctuate when booking a hotel.


Robert Hockett, professor of law and public finance, weighs in on the First Republic crash.

CBS News

Jessie Barry, program manager at the Lab of Ornithology, discusses the origin and usages of the Merlin Bird ID application.

The New York Times

Rachel Bezner Kerr, professor of global development, says: “In some regions of the world it will become not possible to grow food, or to raise animals. That’s if we continue on our current trajectory.”

The Washington Post


This article lists Merlin Bird ID, out of the Lab of Ornithology, as one of 4 free mobile applications for identifying flora and fauna.

Associated Press

Visiting assistant professor of law, Ezra Young, discusses the lack of consequences faced by insurers who discriminate based on gender identity.

The Washington Post

“Studies show that kids privately disagree with social norms they publicly endorse,” says Michael Macy, professor of information science and sociology. “Kids even have a term for that kind of inauthenticity – they call them posers.”

CBS News

“Like many of the changes Twitter has enacted since Elon Musk took over, the rollout of Twitter Blue has been frenetic and wildly inconsistent,” says Brooke Erin Duffy, associate professor of communications.