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October 25, 2016
How did the Electoral College come to be? In today's Academic Minute, Stanford University's Jack Rakove explores the origin of this sometimes maligned style of election.
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October 6, 2016
Competing in sports during high school could positively affect your long-term health. In today's Academic Minute, Black Hills State University's Craig Triplett discusses how being active while young could lead to future wellness.
October 5, 2016
Not everyone pays attention to security warnings on their computer. In today's Academic Minute, Brigham Young University's Anthony Vance discusses the best time to act on these notifications.
October 4, 2016
How similar are our teeth to those of our ancestors? On today's Academic Minute, Monash University's Alistair Evans explores if our ancestors can be identified just by finding some of their loose teeth.
October 3, 2016
Did Homo erectus walk as we do today? In today's Academic Minute, Kevin Hatala of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology explores whether the feet of our ancestors resemble our own.
September 30, 2016
You write what you read. In today's Academic Minute, the University of Florida's Yellowlees Douglas examines if reading more polished writing can make you a better writer.
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