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A historic number of women will be governors next year
Nov. 16, 2022

Meredith Conroy, CSUSB associate professor of political science, cowrote an article with FiveThirtyEight staff writer Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux on the record number of women who will be governors beginning in 2023: “Nearly 25 percent of the nation’s governors will be women in 2023, including in several states that have never before elected a woman to their top office. It’s a significant milestone, given that governors’ seats have been especially difficult for women to win but are some of the most important and prestigious offices in American politics — particularly for politicians with their eye on the presidency.”

There are only three reasons why people are unfaithful to their partner, according to psychologists (in Spanish)
Notigram (Mexico City, Mexico)
Nov. 15, 2022

In the Spanish-language news website, Kelly Campbell, professor of psychology and nationally recognized expert on relationships, was quoted in an article about infidelity. “We don't know if humans are meant to be monogamous. The only thing we know for sure is that there are those who are more naturally in line with monogamy and others who are not,” she said.

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