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Undecided voters’ brains decide without them

Many American voters claim to be undecided, but new technology could conclude that political affiliations are actually an innate part of who we are.

Climate change students can believe in

When it comes to climate change policies, most Boston University students support the presidential candidate who offers ‘change we can believe in.’

Obama’s oil policies well-liked at BU

Nearly 75 percent of 100 randomly selected BU students don’t support the Republican presidential candidate when it comes to oil and drilling policies.

Split directions on energy

Renewable energy policies could split Boston University students this election.

When the dead perform good deeds for the living

Kathy Harnish has been registered as an organ donor for four decades, but about five years ago she turned to a different kind of donation.