July 30, 2015 · 5,579 views
A better GPA might be the silver lining of having fewer friends of the opposite sex. Read More »
July 29, 2015 · 1,585 views
Relative to other cultures, Americans care more about feeling good, while Chinese people tend to embrace balance.
July 17, 2015 · 1,374 views
In 1943, at the onset of America's involvement in World War II, two NFL teams — the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers — merged together due to player shortages. The result, "The Steagles," was one of the strangest teams in sports history.
July 16, 2015 · 10,220 views
Examining the most common, distinctive, and meaty ingredients across world cuisines.
July 15, 2015 · 48,526 views
World-wide, 967 businesses founded prior to the year 1700 are still in operation today. Astonishingly, more than half of them are in Japan. Why?
July 7, 2015 · 37,925 views
College students beware: your choice of major may have romantic consequences.
July 2, 2015 · 14,191 views
More than 140 years after President Zachary Taylor reportedly died from the overconsumption of cherries, one woman became convinced he'd been poisoned. There was only one way to confirm this: the body would have to be exhumed.
July 1, 2015 · 16,176 views
When all of the world is not streaming Taylor Swift songs, Americans and listeners outside of the US exhibit differing tastes.
June 30, 2015 · 2,070 views
Though local and federal data show that anti-gay hate crimes are on the decline, the scope and nature of these crimes is much graver than a cursory glance suggests.
June 24, 2015 · 4,566 views
Month after month, it seems, we hear about another ground-breaking study that turned out to be just plain false.
June 22, 2015 · 5,442 views
Indie rockers Brian Gorman and Marcus Stoesz have an unusual day job: they teach young children to write, record, and perform very weird rock music.