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Joel Roberts Poinsett: Namesake of the poinsettia, enslaver, secret agent and...

Lindsay Schakenbach Regele, Miami University If people know the name Joel Roberts Poinsett today, it is likely because of...

Hurricane Hilary triggers Southern California’s first tropical storm warning ever, with...

Nicholas Grondin, University of Tampa Hurricane Hilary headed for Mexico’s Baja peninsula and was forecast to speed into Southern...

‘Across the Spider-Verse’ and the Latino legacy of Spider-Man

Regina Marie Mills, Texas A&M University As a Latino literature and media scholar, a lifelong gamer and a Guatemalan-American...

Monarch butterflies join the Red List of endangered species, thanks to...

Kristen A. Baum, Oklahoma State University On July 21, 2022, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature placed...

Jaguars could return to the US Southwest – but only if...

Ganesh Marin, University of Arizona and John Koprowski, University of Wyoming Jaguars are the only species of big cat...

How commercialization over the centuries transformed the Day of the Dead

Mathew Sandoval, Arizona State University As a Mexican-American who celebrates Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the...

Mexican communities manage their local forests, generating benefits for humans, trees...

David Bray, Florida International University The United Nations is preparing to host pivotal conferences in the coming months on...

Giant sea bass are thriving in Mexican waters – scientific research...

Arturo Ramírez-Valdez, University of California San Diego I was looking at the seafloor, focused on identifying fish species as...

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