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7 Schools That Dropped Their Native American Nicknames

Lucas Reilly

Over the past three decades, 28 high schools nicknamed “Redskins” have ushered in a new mascot. The last college with the moniker dropped it over a decade ago.

10 Things You Might Not Know About the Nobel Prize

Amanda Green

There's no red carpet or twerking involved, but it's an exciting time: Nobel Prizes are being announced this week. Who knows? Maybe you almost won.

What’s the Origin of “Chinese Fire Drills"?

Matt Soniak

World War I Centennial: Ford Introduces Assembly Line

Erik Sass

6 Weird Halloween Patents

Erin McCarthy

Since at least the early 1900s, inventors have been trying to make Halloween even scarier through technology.

Meet the Beer Fridge That Opens Only for Canadians

Lucas Reilly

Next time you backpack Europe, it may be a good idea to take along your closest Canadian friend. You just might end up with all the free beer you’d ever want.

The Missing Links: Explaining Dino Erotica

Colin Patrick

ABSOLUT Merges Art, Tech and Fashion in TRANSFORM TODAY Collaboration (Sponsored)

In a call to all daring spirits to embrace transformation, ABSOLUT has partnered with four experiential artists from a range of creative disciplines.

Strange States: Delaware's Many Shipwrecks

Rob Lammle

Nintendo Music Performed by Robotic Piano and Drums

Chris Higgins

At the Libraries: Literary Mugshots

Miss Kathleen

5 Inventions That Enhanced Laziness

Floss books

These wonderful innovations made it easier to enjoy the simple pleasures of sinful idleness.

How Do Streets Get Named?

Will McGough

For the most part, real estate and subdivision developers have the privilege of naming new streets in the United States.

10 Sports Involving Pumpkins

Miss Cellania

When you think of pumpkin competitions, the first thing that comes to mind is the race to grow the world's largest pumpkin. Or even the largest at your local county fair.

The Nobel Winners Who Foiled the Führer

Matt Soniak

As the Nazis swallowed Europe, two scientists fought back with the only weapon they had: chemistry.