During two deployments to Afghanistan, a solider sends emails home, documenting his personal transformation.
An illustrated exploration of fractals, the forms that reside "in between" dimensions
O crime incredible to any age, which coming generations will deny – torn from the still living breasts the vitals quiver -Seneca
The modern Native American stereotype wrestles a duplicity of positive and negative perceptions.
"When she talks, I hear the revolutions. In her hips, there's revolutions. When she walks, the revolution's coming.
In her kiss, I taste the revolution."
How ancient and modern empires from Persia to Russia all cast their nets over weaker cities like fish.
The following is part of a series of interviews carried out by students in Western Civilization class of Diane Shea.
How gender stereotypes misshape the sperm and the egg narrative
Do you furtively dream of being an intercontinental ballistic missile? Let your wildest fantasies free at last. (Interactive)
Join Evander and Basil as they continue their discussion on the relationship between science and philosophy!
Watch excerpts of the performance of Thirst at Dawson on October 16, 2014. (Video)
The Ancient Greeks saw water with its power of self-transformation as a divine being. What have our insatiable desires wrought on this divinity?
An exploration of Transcendentalist philosopher Henry David Thoreau's Walden and its relevance to contemporary society.