Peter Wood playfully considers the nature of quizzes and offers NAS's final quiz of the season: comics and college.
These critters are dormant for the Christmas season, but here’s a quiz to help sharpen your perspective when they come back with springtime.
This timely quiz prompts you to spend a moment stretching your mind.
Expand your vocabulary with these linguistic terms.
What do you know about cold weather in science and in literature?
If animals could talk, would they call themselves by such strange names?
Fact, fiction, and intentionally fake: figure out what's truthful and what's treacherous.
From 34th Street to Charlie Brown to the Grinch, Christmas has had enormous influence on popular culture.
Confess! A quiz about great thinkers and their confessions.
What's out there? Test your stellar knowledge with this astronomy-themed quiz.
This grave quiz unearths the ends of Western civ's greats.
'Tis the season to be jolly, not gloomy.
A quiz on some of the traditions behind traditional Christmas music.
This philosopher earned the nickname "the fork" in his youth. How well do you know him?
Try your hand at this vocabulary quiz inspired by Genesis 3.
Do you know your scales and arpeggios?
How much do you know about impediments that lie unresolved in science and mathematics?
Impress friends and family around the table with these Thanksgiving-related words.
How well do you know the Thomases of Western Civilization?
How much do you know about America's presidents relative to higher education?
As we enter the last month of the semester, it's almost time for final exams. Here's a literature one for you, written by NAS president Peter Wood.