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The Art of Chemistry

Politicians and business leaders commonly warn that more students need to study science, technology, engineering, and mathematics so that the country can retain its competitive edge.

But at the Washington Post, Rhodes College's Loretta Jackson-Hayes argues that there is a slightly different need: She says more STEM majors with a liberal arts background are needed.

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