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Personality May Be Linked to Terrain Preference

Mar 01, 2015 PM EST There may be a link between personality and an aspect of physical ecology: flat terrain versus mountainous terrain, according to a recent study. ...

Wesleyan University

1 Wesleyan Student Remains at Hatford Hospital From Molly Overdose Incident, Status Kept Confidential

Feb 28, 2015 AM EST Of the two Wesleyan University students in critical condition after an MDMA overdose earlier this week, one remains at Hartford Hospital. ...


Intimate Partners With Low Self-Esteem Stay In Unhappy Relationships

Feb 27, 2015 PM EST People with low self-esteem are more likely stay in unhappy relationships, according to a recent study. ...


Modern Logging Techniques May Benefit Rainforest Wildlife

Feb 27, 2015 PM EST The modern logging technique greatly benefits rainforest wildlife for maintaining biodiversity in tropical forests that are used for timber production, according to a recent study. ...

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

UNC Academic Scandal 'Resolved' at Last? Mary Willingham and School Officials Announce Settlement

Feb 27, 2015 PM EST Mary Willingham, the whistleblower in the UNC - Chapel Hill academic scandal, has settled her lawsuit against the school and will not return as an employee. ...

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Climate Change: Tropical Turtle Discovery May Provide Global Warming Clues

Feb 27, 2015 PM EST Scientists at the University of Florida claim that tropical turtle fossils discovered in Wyoming could unlock the clues to climate change. ...

Kansas State Fans Storm Court

Kansas State Faces Reprimand from Big 12 Commissioner for Court-Storming Incident

Feb 27, 2015 PM EST The Big 12 recently announced a formal reprimand for Kansas State University (KSU) regarding the chaotic court-storming incident Monday. ...

Dan Mullen

Mississippi State Extends Dan Mullen Through 2018 Season, Gives Coach a Raise As Well

Feb 27, 2015 PM EST The Mississippi State University (MSU) football team took a major step forward last season under head coach Dan Mullen, so the school rewarded him for it. ...


Aggressive Boys May Develop Into Physically Stronger Teens

Feb 27, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that boys who show aggressive tendencies develop greater physical strength as teenagers than boys who are not aggressive. ...

Senator Kristin Gillibrand

Sexual Assault Prevention Bill Proposes Harsher Penalties for Schools That Mishandle Investigations

Feb 27, 2015 AM EST A group of U.S. senators introduced a new bill Thursday that would dramatically increase the amount of money the federal government can penalize a school for mishandling sexual assault investigations. ...


Coffee May Lower Risk of Multiple Sclerosis

Feb 27, 2015 AM EST Drinking coffee reduces the risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a recent study. ...


Adults With Disabilities May Be Screened for Cancer Less

Feb 27, 2015 AM EST Adults in Ontario with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) are significantly less likely to be screened for colorectal cancer than the general population, according to a recent study. ...

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