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First Black sorority at UD donates memorabilia to University Archives

In acclaimed sci-fi novels, Ada Palmer uses history to build a ‘deep and detailed world’

Nominated for a Hugo Award, UChicago historian’s ‘Terra Ignota’ series explores societal evolution and the importance of ‘partial victories’

VOA: Zelenskyy Calls Russia ‘Terrorist State’ After Latest Attacks on Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called Russia a “terrorist state” on Tuesday and urged the United Nations to send a commission to investigate...

VOA: G-7 Heightening Russia Sanctions for Ukraine War

The United States and the other members of the Group of Seven leading industrialized economies imposed new sanctions Monday against Russia for...

NPR: How green became the color of the abortion rights movement

Protests for abortion rights around the world are often awash in the color green – handkerchiefs, scarves, protests signs and more.

Purdue University partners with leading global chipmaker on Midwest’s first semiconductor design center

Purdue University’s College of Engineering is partnering with MediaTek Inc., a leading global fabless chipmaker, to open the Midwest’s first semiconductor chip...

Interim leader named for Penn State Outreach

Penn State has named an interim vice president for Outreach and will conduct a national search to find a permanent leader for...

Small molecule transports iron in mice, human cells to treat some forms of anemia

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — A natural small molecule derived from a cypress tree can transport iron in live mice and human cells lacking...

Will renaming carp help control them?

Illinois officials this month announced that Asian carp would now be called “copi” in an attempt to make the fish more desirable...