By Tori Rubloff, University of Florida
A recent NYU study of Donald’s Trump’s tweets has revealed the key trait in almost all viral content.
After Kylie Kuhns lost her sister to leukemia, a fundraiser she created to finance a summer camp eventually turned into a non-profit that helps other cancer victims.
Turns out, your musical preferences are almost entirely dictated by whether you’re an ’empathizer’ or a ‘systemizer.’
Psychological research proves that you’re hella attractive, especially when you’re not even trying.
For a generation infamous for breaking from tradition, they seem particularly interested in their genetic heritage.
Siestas are an integral, precious component of college life. Here’s a guide to getting the best rest—so you can pass that test and party like a pro.
The Penn State student, who was inspired to help the less fortunate during her family trips to India, is the first American to win the International Children’s Peace Prize.
Misfits, weirdos and oddballs rejoice. Here’s why their alternative ways of thinking are an asset.
Science shows that leisure is essential to the creative process and for spurring success. Sign me up!
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