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African elephants address one another with name-like calls − similar to humans

Elephants have close social bonds, which may have led to the evolution of name-like calls. Michael PardoWhat’s in a name? People use unique names to address each other, but we’re one of on...

Mickey Pardo, Postdoctoral Fellow in Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University - avatar Mickey Pardo, Postdoctoral Fellow in Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University

How reciting the Pledge of Allegiance became a sacred, patriotic ritual

The anniversary of the adoption of the U.S. flag is celebrated each year on June 14.tiaramaio/RooM via Getty imagesThe Continental Congress, the legislative body for the newly declared United States, ...

Thomas S. Bremer, Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies, Rhodes College - avatar Thomas S. Bremer, Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies, Rhodes College

Losing winter ice is changing the Great Lakes food web – here’s how light is shaping life underwater

Ice on Lake Erie provides winter light for algae thriving below.Sue Thompson, CC BY-NDWinters on the Great Lakes are harsh – so much so that the scientists who work there often focus on the summ...

Steven Wilhelm, Professor of Microbiology, University of Tennessee - avatar Steven Wilhelm, Professor of Microbiology, University of Tennessee

How DEI rollbacks at colleges and universities set back learning

DEI programs can foster a stronger sense of belonging among college students from minority groups. Ariel Skelley/DigitalVision via Getty ImagesJust four years ago, following the murder of George Floyd...

JT Torres, Director of the Harte Center for Teaching and Learning, Washington and Lee University - avatar JT Torres, Director of the Harte Center for Teaching and Learning, Washington and Lee University

Why is it so hard to know how many independent voters there are?

Voters wait in line to cast their ballots in Wisconsin in November 2020.AP Photo/Wong Maye-EModern U.S. politics has largely been viewed through the lens of a two-party power structure: Democrats and ...

Thom Reilly, Professor & Co-Director, Center for an Independent and Sustainable Democracy, School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University - avatar Thom Reilly, Professor & Co-Director, Center for an Independent and Sustainable Democracy, School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University

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