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NASA’s OSIRIS-REx will land on an asteroid to bring home rocks...

By Elizabeth Cantwell, Professor of Practice for Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and Senior Vice President for Research & Innovation, University of Arizona Imagine parallel parking...

Yes, more and more young adults are living with their parents...

By Jeffrey Arnett, Senior Research Scholar, Department of Psychology, Clark University When the Pew Research Center recently reported that the proportion of 18-to-29-year-old Americans who...

In the midst of deep grief, a scholar writes how Hindu...

By Ketika Garg, Ph.D. Student of Cognitive Science, University of California, Merced Cultures have built elaborate rituals to help humans process the grief of losing...

Schools often fail to identify gifted and talented students – especially...

By Marcia Gentry, Professor of Educational Studies; Director, Gifted Education Research and Resource Institute, Purdue University About a decade ago, I was working with a...

Regal Cinemas’ decision to close its theaters is the latest blow...

Editor's Note: The Seminole Source reached out to the Regal Oviedo Mall theater and confirmed that after the last movie ends today, October 8,...

The aching blue: Trauma, stress and invisible wounds of those in...

Focus on Mental Health By Arash Javanbakht, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Wayne State University Steve has served as a police officer for 24 years, including being...

Shopping online to stay safe during the pandemic? Here are 10...

By H. Colleen Sinclair, Associate Professor of Social Psychology, Mississippi State University The holiday season is already a booming time for online shopping. The COVID-19...

Your child’s vaccines: What you need to know about catching up...

By Irène Mathieu, Pediatrician, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Virginia This spring, after stay-at-home orders were announced and schools shut down across the nation,...

5 ways the COVID-19 pandemic could affect your college application

By Whitney Soule, Sr Vice President, Dean of Admissions & Student Aid, Bowdoin College The coronavirus pandemic has intensified college application anxiety. I make this...

The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is so intense, it just ran...

By Kimberly Wood, Assistant Professor of Meteorology, Mississippi State University Here’s how active this year’s Atlantic hurricane season has been: When Tropical Storm Wilfred formed...