Oct 4, 2018

Time's newest cover highlights Christine Blasey Ford's testimony

Time's new cover portrait of Christine Blasey Ford during her swearing-in before last week's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing — made up of quotes from her testimony — had "an infinite number of possibilities," the artist told Time.

Time's cover photo for its October 15, 2018 issue.

The details: John Mavroudis, the artist from San Francisco that created the image, said it was like "putting a jigsaw puzzle together." He ordered the quotes by putting those regarding memory around her head, and those about helping on her hand.

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The oil stakes of Trump vs. Biden

Reproduced from Rapidan Energy Group; Chart: Axios Visuals

U.S. oil production is in a steep decline, but one question is how much November's elections will affect how much it does — or doesn't — bounce back.

Why it matters: The powerful price and demand headwinds from the coronavirus pandemic are creating a financial crisis in the oil patch.

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A closer look at how colleges can reopen

The campus of Brown University. Photo: Lane Turner/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

Masks in class, sports on hold, dorm life without roommates and summer 2021 classes for some: Brown University President Christina Paxson tells "Axios on HBO" it's all in play as colleges consider whether and how to safely reopen campuses in the fall.

Why it matters: An extended shutdown of U.S. colleges and universities would leave nearly 20 million students and 3 million employees with an uncertain future, but premature reopenings without proper coronavirus safeguards could jeopardize lives and force more closings.