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Cell towers have come to symbolize our deep collective anxieties

Steven Jones, University of South Florida The new movie “Fall” is a survival-thriller about two young women, Becky and...

How ‘living architecture’ could help the world avoid a soul-deadening digital...

Tim Gorichanaz, Drexel University My first Apple laptop felt like a piece of magic made just for me –...

Cuba’s post-revolution architecture offers a blueprint for how to build more...

M. Wesam Al Asali, Princeton University Around the world, there’s a conjoined crisis of climate change and housing shortages...

Is the US Capitol a ‘temple of democracy’? Its authoritarian architecture...

Megan Goldman-Petri, New York University Honoring the Capitol Police officer killed in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S....

Why being stuck at home – and unable to hang out...

Korydon Smith, University at Buffalo; Kelly Hayes McAlonie, University at Buffalo, and Rebecca Rotundo, University at Buffalo While the pandemic has caused thousands of small...

How do archaeologists know where to dig?

Gabriel D. Wrobel, Michigan State University and Stacey Camp, Michigan State University National Geographic magazines and Indiana Jones movies might have you picturing archaeologists excavating...

A dismantled post office destroys more than mail service

Patty Heyda, Washington University in St Louis The U.S. Postal Service is under threat of collapse and privatization. This comes after years of federal political...

Making the most of a tree epidemic

Sasa Zivkovic, Cornell University and Leslie Lok, Cornell University A large portion of North America’s 8.7 billion ash trees are now infested by a beetle...

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Benjamin H. Bradlow, Brown University Brazil’s next president Jair Bolsonaro, who takes power on Jan. 1, is often called the “Trump of the Tropics” for...