Jamie Stephenson from the Center for Early Modern History studies the history of natural disasters and says certain aspects of modern life have caused the perception of this increased frequency.
Journalism professor Heather LaMarre's class assignment last week: Five days without media or gadgets that didn't exist before 1984.
Sociology professor Phyllis Moen weighs on the "work time revolution" as more employers are discovering that loosening the traditionally rigid work schedule pays off.
What are the odds of being mentally ill if both your parents have bipolar illness or schizophrenia? Extremely high, according to the results of a new long-term study by psychology professor Irving Gottesman and Danish colleagues.
Media experts McChesney and Nichols will hold a lecture and book signing at 6 p.m. March 25, in 130 Murphy Hall, 206 Church Street S.E., Minneapolis. The event is free and open to the public.
Diver and CLA student Kelci Brant finds a new home--and makes her mark--at the U.
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