Stanford English Professor Mark Algee-Hewitt and a team of eight graduate students combine digital tools of textual analysis with the emotional experience of reading to uncover what creates suspense in stories.
We’ve learned that many academic and social experiences matter quite a bit; grades, however, do not matter as much.
To top off her release of the “Formation” music video, conquering of the Super Bowl halftime show, and announcement of her world tour, Beyoncé has extended a philanthropic arm to the residents of Flint, Michigan, by introducing a fund for children who are suffering because of the city’s water crisis.
By trying to cure stress in the workplace, we’re treating a symptom (or many of them), not a cause.
A massive study finds women’s voices are less likely heard in news stories. Curiously, it’s a little bit less of an issue for their faces.
Art provides a unique engine for driving social change. In it’s various forms, art can foster empathy through storytelling and provide a face for various issues. From poetry to visual art to music, art can reach new audiences in ways that touch their lives, give them hope and inspire them to take action. So, here are five black artists you need to know.
For many of us, Super Bowl 50’s real magic happened during the commercial breaks. Here are five especially powerful commercials that had important messages that lasted long past their air time.
In a now viral video the dancers hold a sign calling for justice for Mario Woods, an African American man who was shot and killed by San Francisco police.
The most intelligent and successful people ask a lot of questions. Here’s how to use what you don’t know to your advantage
There’s evidence that mindfulness meditation can improve how we age and even fight disease. Yet, little is known about the brain changes behind the effects.