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Harvard’s decision to ditch fossil fuel investments reflects changing financial realities...

Susan Gary, University of Oregon Harvard University will keep phasing out all investments tied to oil, gas and coal,...

The Internet Archive has been fighting for 25 years to keep...

Kayla Harris, University of Dayton; Christina Beis, University of Dayton, and Stephanie Shreffler, University of Dayton This year the...

Amid calls to #TaxTheChurches – what and how much do US...

Ryan Cragun, University of Tampa The hashtag #TaxTheChurches began trending on Twitter in mid-July. The...

3 takeaways from Melinda French Gates and MacKenzie Scott teaming up...

Tessa Skidmore, IUPUI and Jacqueline Ackerman, IUPUI Melinda French Gates and MacKenzie Scott, two of the biggest U.S. donors,...

Why condos caught on in America

Matthew Gordon Lasner, Hunter College The tragic collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, on June 24, 2021,...

4 ways that volunteering can be good for you

Jennifer A. Jones, University of Florida More than 77 million Americans volunteer a total of 6.9 billion hours a...

What is unrestricted funding? Two philanthropy experts explain

Genevieve Shaker, IUPUI and Pamala Wiepking, IUPUI Unrestricted funds are grants or donations nonprofits get to spend any way...

Mindfulness meditation can make some Americans more selfish and less generous

Michael J. Poulin, University at Buffalo When Japanese chef Yoshihiro Murata travels, he brings water with him from Japan....

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