The Daily Populous

Wednesday October 16th, 2019 day edition

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Google’s latest phone, the Google Pixel 4, doesn’t include a pair of earphones in the box, nor does it come with one of the company’s USB-C to 3.5mm adapters.

With its own true wireless Pixel Buds not due for release until next year, Google just offered every other headphone manufacturer a nice opportunity to capitalize on any new Pixel 4 owners who might not already own wireless headphones.

Every previous Pixel phone offered a wired headphone option in the box, whether via a traditional 3.5mm headphone jack, a bundled pair of USB-C headphones, or a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter.

The true wireless Pixel Buds aren’t coming until next year.

The lack of an adapter isn’t going to be a problem for anyone who does plan to buy a pair of Google’s true wireless Pixel Buds in 2020, though.

The omission of even a 3.5mm adapter is sure to annoy some people. »

1 in 4 female undergrads said they were sexually assaulted on campus. At USC, it’s nearly 1 in 3

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USC reported higher numbers than the national average, with 31% of female undergraduates saying they were sexually assaulted sometime during their college years.

Despite the attention, the survey found that reports of sexual assault had increased slightly — 3% among undergraduate women.

In addition, nearly two-thirds of students lacked basic knowledge about sexual assault, including how to define it and where to get help. »

Hope is a Key Factor in Recovering from Anxiety Disorders

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Gallagher reports in Behavior Therapy that hope is a trait that predicts resilience and recovery from anxiety disorders.

In the sixteenth century, Martin Luther celebrated its power, claiming “Everything that is done in this world is done by hope.”

Into the conversation, Gallagher reports that psychotherapy can result in clear increases in hope and that changes in hope are associated with changes in anxiety symptoms. »

Protesters trample, burn LeBron James jerseys in Hong Kong

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Protestors in Hong Kong cheered when a ball dropped into the basket after smashing into a photo of LeBron James' face that was placed above the hoop.

James' standing among basketball fans in Hong Kong took a hit after his comments about the ongoing protests and free speech.

Anti-government protesters have gathered for months in Hong Kong, partly in defense of free speech, which James said can carry "a lot of negative.". »