A new study suggests that there's no such thing as "good" and "bad" foods. Find out why your roommate can eat ice-cream at midnight and you can't.
Part 2 of our interview with Matthias Ruth on NASA-sponsored study that points to the interrelated factors that cause human civilizations to collapse.
American college students believe themselves to be less empathetic than previous generations. Maybe the media and rapidly developing technology have played a role in making young people feel that they are more self-absorbed and disconnected from others.
Dr. Edward Day, Chair at the Department of Sociology at Chapman University talks about his study into the top fears of Americans for 2015.
We’re going to take a look at pop in its many forms, from popular philosophy to the popularity of the Maker Movement.
A new Facebook study has found that found emoji, "haha," and "hehe" have surpassed "lol" in usage. The Hash's Molly Freeman and Dane Feldman weigh in on how they laugh online.
Birthday Week – Whether or not you care to check up on your astrological readings, a separate, scientific factor may influence you to pay attention to the patterns related to your birth month. It’s disease. A recent study by Columbia University scientists looked into such correlations.
FOMO Week - Social media over-represents extroverts, causing FOMO in introverts. Nevertheless, Dartmouth researchers discovered that our perceptions of social networks and our friends' lives may be skewed.
Dish + Drink asks the Editorial Staff how they feel about spicy food and roller coasters.