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Hoaxers slip breastaurants and dog-park sex into journals

One paper, published in a journal called Sex Roles, said that the author had conducted a two-year study involving “thematic analysis of table dialogue” to uncover the mystery of why heterosexual men like to eat at Hooters.

Companies lure new workers with college coaching, student debt repayment

As companies compete for workers in the tightest labor market in years, they’re rolling out new education benefits like college coaching and student loan repayments to recruit employees.

UMaine president stops ‘hastily arranged’ for-credit Kavanaugh protest

University of Southern Maine diversity and inclusive programming coordinator Gabriel Demaine floated the idea of offering a free credit to students who join "social justice organizations" in meeting with Republican Sen. Susan Collins.

Can we implement science-based targets for oceans and cities?

Over the past few years, the idea of science-based targets — simply put, goals that commit companies to address their fair share of climate pollution and align with the goals of the Paris Agreement — gradually has taken off.