Megan Miller, Arizona State University
How do we end up with these holidays?
Julie Morse, Pomona College
To celebrate Earth Month, spend time exploring the planet with these delightful documentaries from the comfort of your home.
Becky Hardin, University of Arizona Global Campus
This friend to felines everywhere learned on the job at an animal shelter before becoming an expert.
Angelica Rovinski, Arcadia University
Hamsters are among the most popular pet rodents, but they’re unexpectedly needier and less cuddly than these furry friends.
Tiffany Singh, University of Central Florida
These inconspicuous life forms can leave unknowing assailants suffering from devastating —and deadly — symptoms.
Beth Nipper, University of Iowa
Undomesticated animals like foxes and tigers have gained popularity as pets on social media, but these creatures are ultimately better suited to life in the wild.
Nora Markey, Wesleyan University
The guiding principles provide a framework for enjoying the great outdoors without disrupting the natural cycles of the environment.
Janella Tibbetts, Framingham State University
Exactly what is it about them that makes us love them so much?
Maddy Ipema, Columbia College Chicago
It’s time for real-life witches to shine.
Lauren Prestia, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Cruelty toward animals is an unfortunate reality that is ignored by many, but now, several states are passing laws to improve their treatment.
Scott Williamson, Florida Atlantic University
‘Extinct’ doesn’t mean much to Galante.
Devin Hendricks, Woodbury University
When you think of the pork industry you probably don’t think of piglet safety, but Matthew Rooda does.
Shannon Mondesir, Brooklyn College
Studies have shown that children raised with animals in their homes are healthier, both physically and emotionally.
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