Second graders working on desktop computers

Which Kids Get Help in Class?

Addressing which students receive the most help.
A petri dish filled with a culture and a dropper

At Long Last, a Malaria Vaccine. Sort of.

Scientists create the first malaria vaccine, but there are still setbacks.
A teen looks on as his friend eats a slice of pizza

Hanging Out in the 1970s

How teens in the 1970s spent their leisure time.
A cruise ship docks at a tropical location

Who Wants Cruises To Come to Town?

The benefits and consequences of cruises.
African Elephant

To Find Forgotten Land Mines, Researchers Look To Elephants

Elephants might be the key to disabling forgotten land mines.
"Richard M. Nixon on the phone in the oval office - NARA - 194744" by Oliver F. Atkins, 1916-1977, Photographer (NARA record: 8451334) - U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

Which of the President’s Men, Exactly?

Newly declassified snippets of Haldeman’s diary highlight how much we still don’t know about Watergate and the Nixon Administration
Bowls of various superfoods

The Decline of Malnutrition: How The World Eats Now

There are still strides to be made in nutrition development.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Hard Drinking, Poor Neighborhoods, Animal Eyes

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
Three blurred figures taking a photo with a selfie stick

#museumselfies: Museums and Selfies in this Digital Age

Will selfies save our museums? Find out about this growing #museumselfie trend.