the latest in a string of cases referred to as profiling by proxy: police summoned to a situation by a biased caller.
A Vanderbilt professor on Harry, Hermione, Ron and the science of developmental psychology.
Few have discussed the potential impact of this bill on queer and transgender students
Should the US should take an active part or stay out of world affairs? Millennials have some definite ideas.
Most Mississippi civil rights history leads back to the widespread outrage over the Till case in the summer of 1955.
A study aims to answer the question: Will dogs take action to help a person in need?
It's the question everyone wonders about... unless you just bought a new phone, like, yesterday.
A food historian from Colorado State debunks some myths on National Tequila Day.
Three college presidents weigh in on the question of campus free speech.
For drivers of color, the road remains anything but open.
More women than men avoid sex, but the reasons for both genders vary.
Headlines making you overwhelmed and stressed? Some tips from neuroscience that may help.
In order to pay tribute to a Navy SEAL who died during the rescue, some boys are considering temporarily becoming monks.
Two professors create an innovation measure system and find double majors score way higher than others.
This summer, 45 million pounds of marshmallows will be toasted over a fire in America!
Looking at how race comes into play during day-to-day interactions with police both in and outside of college campuses.
A better understanding of gender differences in weight perception might help explain the persistent gender wage gap.
How can you know if you’re solving a problem, when you keep redefining what it means to solve it?
Smartphones may be making us less happy in a much wider range of social situations than we might expect.
Is human anatomy, physiology or culture behind the rapid demographic sex and gender changes in our society?
What makes McNaughton’s work distinctive from other political art on the left and the right?
Will Kennedy’s retirement halt the progress the LGBTQ movement has made in the last decade?
Nearly 60% of America’s middle and high school students rely on alt-right internet sites as credible sources.
Yale Fellow reveals why profiling Muslims will not keep the United States safe from terrorism.
For the first time, the three best-selling beers in America are light beers.