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How to make performance reviews less terrible – especially given the...

Yalcin Acikgoz, Appalachian State University Few office workers seem to like performance reviews, those annual examinations of how well...

Got Zoom fatigue? Out-of-sync brainwaves could be another reason videoconferencing is...

Julie Boland, University of Michigan During the pandemic, video calls became a way for me to connect with my...

Wages up as Americans are encouraged back to work and into...

Christopher Decker, University of Nebraska Omaha After a lackluster jobs report in September 2021, the latest news on employment...

Why we missed hugs

Kory Floyd, University of Arizona Rose Gagnon could not hug her grandchildren for several months. Not...

This Passover, as in the past, will be a time to...

Samuel L. Boyd, University of Colorado Boulder Jewish families will gather for Passover this year in circumstances that will,...

Zoom work relationships are a lot harder to build – unless...

Nancy R. Buchan, University of South Carolina; Wendi L. Adair, University of Waterloo, and Xiao-Ping Chen, University of Washington The Research Brief is a short...

Young musicians can perform on virtual stages when schools are closed

Christopher Cayari, Purdue University Live performances ceased across the U.S. and around the world in early 2020 as governments everywhere barred large gatherings to slow...

Videoconferencing keeps people connected while the coronavirus keeps them inside –...

Elizabeth Stoycheff, Wayne State University If, before COVID-19, you were concerned about all the data that technology companies had about you, just wait. As stay-at-home...

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Explaining ‘Rakshabandan’ – a Hindu festival that celebrates the brother-sister bond

Mathew Schmalz, College of the Holy Cross This year, Monday, August 7 marks one of the most important celebrations for Hindus throughout the world: Rakshabandhan,...