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Mastodon tusk chemical analysis reveals first evidence of one extinct animal’s annual migration

Around 13,200 years ago, a roving male mastodon died in a bloody mating-season battle with a rival in what today is northeast...

REDESIGNING FOOD PANTRIES

UD nutrition dietetic grad students help Food Bank of Delaware on its mission to provide culturally relevant foods

To understand Juneteenth, a UChicago alum seeks to solve a historical puzzle

Edward T. Cotham Jr., AM’76, examines the document behind the June 19 federal holiday

Purdue University Global Concord Law School to discuss expeditionary law with New York Times ‘super lawyer’ in next Distinguished Speaker Series

 Concord Law School at Purdue University Global will present a live discussion titled “Expeditionary Law: Foreign Dealmaking and the Problem of Corruption” for the next...

The fossil hunter

Summer afternoons in the Manuscripts Reading Room of the British Library are quiet with the rustling of turning pages and muffled thrust...

Rubbery camouflage skin exhibits smart and stretchy behaviors

The skin of cephalopods, such as octopuses, squids and cuttlefish, is stretchy and smart, contributing to these creatures’ ability to sense and...

OPINION

Alumnus values relationships built along the way

Wigginton serves as president of National Civil Rights Museum From academia to public service, Russell Wigginton (PhD; ’01; history) has led a...

Will the Jan. 6 committee hearings affect public opinion?

Brian Gaines is a professor of political science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a senior scholar at the U. of I. System’s Institute of...

What are the global security implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?

Edward A. Kolodziej is Emeritus Research Professor of Political Science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and author of the book “Global Governance: Evaluating...

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ACT COLUMN

For students planning on studying in the United States, applying for a study visa in the United States is essential. Many students...

NEWS

NPR: Police could have stopped Uvalde shooting within 3 minutes, a Texas official says

A top Texas law enforcement official said that there were enough armed police officers wearing body armor to stop the late May...

VOA: Malaysia Revives Plans to End Mandatory Death Sentences

Rights groups say they welcome the Malaysian government’s announcement to end mandatory death sentencing but question whether lawmakers will follow through, having...

NPR: Russia’s rebranded McDonald’s calls itself ‘Delicious, that’s all’

What could possibly replace McDonald's iconic Golden Arches? In the case of its new Russian spinoff, the answer appears to be orange...

VOA: Governors Forming Task Force to Address Mass Shootings

The leaders of the National Governors Association said Friday they're forming a bipartisan working group to come up with recommendations to stop...

TRAVEL

Do you feel a stirring in your heart? Maybe a jump in your libido? Heck, are you just getting plain ol' hot...

WORK LIFE

Millions of employees started working remotely after the pandemic first took hold in 2020. But now, more people are returning to the...

LATEST ARTICLES

Alumnus values relationships built along the way

Wigginton serves as president of National Civil Rights Museum From academia to public service, Russell Wigginton (PhD; ’01; history) has led a...

Study examined COVID-19 policies’ effects on people with disabilities

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The gym closures, social distancing mandates and other COVID-19 mitigation policies in the U.S. negatively affected the mental health...

CNN: Summer solstice 2022: Sensual traditions on the longest day of the year

Do you feel a stirring in your heart? Maybe a jump in your libido? Heck, are you just getting plain ol' hot...

Will the Jan. 6 committee hearings affect public opinion?

Brian Gaines is a professor of political science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a senior scholar at the U. of I. System’s Institute of...

NPR: Police could have stopped Uvalde shooting within 3 minutes, a Texas official says

A top Texas law enforcement official said that there were enough armed police officers wearing body armor to stop the late May...

Mastodon tusk chemical analysis reveals first evidence of one extinct animal’s annual migration

Around 13,200 years ago, a roving male mastodon died in a bloody mating-season battle with a rival in what today is northeast...

Champaign County police turn to financial incentives to fill vacancies

CHAMPAIGN – Police departments across the U.S., including in Champaign County, are facing staffing shortages.  The Champaign police department...

Four exhibits to visit at Krannert Art Museum this summer

Krannert Art Museum (KAM) is the second largest general fine art museum in the state of Illinois and operates within the College of...

BBC: Norway’s creative, isolated Arctic hideaway

On a remote island deep into the Arctic Circle, a passionate jazz musician runs a hospitality project like no other – and...