Students are divided over pandemic public-health measures. Here’s how educators are trying to bring them together.
Follow these four steps to help students develop a sense of agency over social problems.
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New research suggests that happier countries tend to consume in a more environmentally sustainable way.
Respect can pave the way for bridging the political divide in the United States.
Our guest uses her breath to find calm in some of Los Angeles' noisiest neighborhoods.
A new study finds that Black and Latino young adults have higher civic engagement when they recognize systemic racism and its impact.
What happens when we suppress our anger? And what if we tried to work with it instead? Our guest, Soraya Chemaly, tries a practice to harness…
While votes for the 2020 election are counted, our contributors weigh in on what we as individuals can do now to preserve our well-being and…
Greater Good’s editors pick the most thought-provoking, practical, and inspirational science books of the year.
A multidisciplinary team of researchers is discovering what makes some societies more peaceful than others.
Fifty-seven scientists make predictions about potential positive and negative consequences of the pandemic.
Different cultures value different things—and that matters for happiness.
The founders of a new organization, the AntiRacist Table, suggest tools you can use to work against prejudice and inequality.
We round up the most-read Greater Good articles from the past year—and our editors pick the best of the rest.
Battles rage on Facebook and Twitter—but their influence on real-world politics is subtler than you might think.