Seven college students, dressed for cold, stand in a line at a rally. One speaks into a megaphone and others hold signs.
Rob Kanter
December 20, 2016

Standing together for access to clean water

What distinguishes our water supply, the Mahomet Aquifer, from the water supply of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the Missouri River? On what moral ground do people deny others the right to clean water at the same time they demand that right for themselves?


A side-view of robust, all black bird at the top of a tree with a small brown nut held in its bill against a background of clear blue sky.
Rob Kanter
November 14, 2016

People wonder, what do crows think?

If you're interested in animal intelligence, you're in good company. This week's installment highlights some of the amazing things researchers are learning about crows. You'll never hear "bird-brain" as an insult again.


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