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How Minneapolis made Prince

Rashad Shabazz, Arizona State University It’s been almost four years since Prince’s death, but fascination about the artist, the man and his mythology endures. On Jan....

‘Uncut Gems’ celebrates Manhattan’s Diamond District, a neighborhood that’s a window...

Barak Richman, Duke University In “Uncut Gems,” an overleveraged diamond jeweler named Howard Ratner, played by Adam Sandler, frantically tries to cover his bad business...

Immigrants and some people of color are moving to the suburbs...

Grigoris Argeros, Eastern Michigan University In the traditional American image of suburbia, the majority of residents are predominately native-born white Americans, living in large single-family...

‘Always sticking to your convictions’ sounds like a good thing –...

Michael Patrick Lynch, University of Connecticut There is nothing wrong with strong opinions. They are healthy in a democracy – an apathetic electorate is an...

A new solution for America’s empty churches: A change of faith

Ashima Krishna, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Over the past few decades, vacant and underutilized churches have become a familiar sight...

How immigrants give American companies a powerful boost against Chinese rivals

Benjamin A.T. Graham, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences The ongoing trade war is the most visible front in...

Counting 11 million undocumented immigrants is easier than Trump thinks

Jennifer Van Hook, Pennsylvania State University It is now clear that there will be no question about citizenship on the 2020 U.S. Census. After the Supreme...

Flying colors: Researcher reveals hidden world through the eyes of butterflies

Adriana Briscoe, University of California, Irvine An award-winning scientist and professor of evolutionary biology, Adriana Briscoe studies the evolution of vision in butterflies and how...

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What makes something ironic?

Roger J. Kreuz, University of Memphis Have you ever found yourself about to say, “that’s ironic,” only to stop yourself – unsure whether you were...