The Center for the Neuroscience of Psychedelics at Massachusetts General Hospital, was founded in April 2021 to advance neuroscientific knowledge of psychedelic drugs. Jerrold F. "Jerry" Rosenbaum, the Center Director, says he faced no opposition in starting the initiative.
Mass General Brigham recently announced a new plan to invest $50 million to improve its community and mental health care offerings.
The Rally against AAPI Violence was held in Boston Common to call out hate crimes committed against members of the AAPI community, which have increased since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Attendees of the Rally against AAPI Violence in Boston Common paint signs with messages of solidarity.
Harvard students living in Texas have had to contend with snow, ice, and major power outages this week due to an unprecedented winter storm.
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On March 24, 2020, Austin issued its first of a series of “Stay Home, Work Safe” orders, including social distancing and face-covering requirements. On March 30, Texas Governor Greg W. Abbott issued a de facto state-wide stay-at-home order, instructing residents to minimize social gatherings, practice social distancing, and limit non-essential activities. On May 1, Texas became one of the first states to relax its statewide coronavirus restrictions, allowing some businesses, including restaurants and retail stores, to reopen to 25 percent capacity. Photojournalist Jenny M. Lu visited several spots in Austin in the week leading up to Texas’ reopening.
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