A piece of arbitrary and probably pretentious advice: you should not trust anyone who did not change their major at least once during college.
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Drawing inspiration from multidimensional geometry, scientists from the University of Rwanda have a devised a method to dramatically increase the nation's COVID-19 testing capacity.
In the Spring of 2021, the department of Trustees at Cornell University approved a name change the English department.
We analyze sentiments of loneliness on Reddit and research on the impact of Familiar Strangers as a key aspect of connectedness that we do not even realize we have lost.
Through interviews and survey data of New York motorcycle clubs, we take a look at the complexities of motorcycle culture in pandemic America.
Back in March, the shiro team invited 50 people from across the world to record their experiences—their activities and their feelings—for 30 days during the (first) peak of the pandemic.
In Charlotte, North Carolina, the chasm between the rich and the poor is so wide, the city has historically been coined a “tale of two cities:” one of prosperity and the other of poverty.
Meet the Wood Thrush. Smaller than a Robin, the Wood Thrush makes its home throughout the forests of the Eastern United States. Due to climate change, in recent years, the species has been forced to settle further North than ever before.