When Men Join Cheer
What happens when former football players, accustomed to practicing and playing in all-male environments, join gender-integrated cheerleading squads?
Not so fast, Wordle. The Fifteen Puzzle, a challenge that inspired poetry, has obsessed fans for more than a century.
Kids Need Dads—Or Do They?
Data suggest that fathers can be fantastic, but there’s no magic ingredient they supply for children’s emotional, educational, or social development.
In the twentieth century, the mollusk-produced gem was a must have for members of WASP gentility. In the twenty-first century, its appeal is far more inclusive.
Celebrating the Bicycle
JSTOR Daily editors pick their favorite stories for National Bike Month.
Navigating Dating Apps While Disabled
How disabled people use dating apps, whether specific to their communit(ies) or not, can raise personal questions about how to present themselves.
A Food Desert in an Urban Neighborhood
Food deserts have complex causes, and require multiple solutions.
A Brief History of Snowmobiling
Snowmobiles were invented around the same time as wheeled transportation was becoming a robust industry.
Percy Shelley: Trendsetting Vegetarian
The poet adopted a "Pythagorean" diet, which eliminated meat, and wrote that vegetarians would "no longer pine under the lethargy of ennui."
Message in a Button
A dive into the the University of Connecticut Pins and Button Collection gives a wearable history of progressive causes.