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Archives for the month of November 2013

  • Beyond the Wall: Culture and Collisions in RamallahJosh F. Goldberg•November 19, 2013

    The journey continues as I cross the barrier into the West Bank, a place where Middle Eastern culture collides with modernity. 

  • Islām: Confessions of a Hopeless OutsiderMichael D'Itri•November 19, 2013

    What do we, as outsiders, even know about Islām?

  • Perceived paradoxes: a braided narrativeLiam McKinnon•November 19, 2013

    Battles with illness can be fought with grace and silent bravery. 

  • Get My Drift: When Wegener Moved ContinentsJonathan Sasson•November 18, 2013

    It was only 100 years ago that a scientist proposed the idea of continental drift.

  • Let us be that changeThe students of “Know Thyself” •November 18, 2013

    Contrary to popular belief, Generation Y is ideally prepared to meet today's challenges and to do it with heart.

  • Hearing GreenKelly Perlman•November 17, 2013

    Synesthesia, a result of excess cross wiring in the brain, reveals an extraordinary aspect of our humanity.  

  • MoonlightsVictoria Di Woo•November 17, 2013

    Beautifully scary real dreams.

  • Dark LiqueurCassie Jones•November 17, 2013

    Middle finger thumb snap ooh baby that's jazz.

  • Greek PsychoJuliana Kekarainen Cicioli and Julie St-Jean•November 17, 2013

    Alexander the Great was a driven, determined and controlling leader. Today we might say he was paranoid, narcissistic, and saddistic.

  • ISABEL MARANT X H&MCarine Bedrossian and Linh Ma•November 17, 2013

    Men's and women's fashion collide in Isabel Marant's recent H&M’s collaboration.

  • Biomimicry: innovation inspired by natureZharmaine Ante•November 17, 2013

    The rest of the animal kingdom can help teach us how to work within nature, rather than crushing it under our eco-footprint.

  • How to be a Successful HipsterGiulia Tiramani•November 17, 2013

    Ah, the verified hipster: wearing vintage fashions, rejecting the mainstream, riding a fixed-gear bicycle.

  • mess/chaosSumaya Ugas•November 17, 2013

    when thoughts and words skid, collide, skid. when mind and heart diconnect, headbutt, disconnect.

  • The Future of Medicine: NanoroboticsBhavieethra Mohanathas•November 17, 2013

    How nanorobotics will revolutionize medicine.

  • Collisions in Conceptions of BeautyVasya Yordanova•November 17, 2013

    Is there an aspect of beauty that transcends cultural differences, that touches and even overpowers people's minds and inspires desire and action in similar ways?

  • 7 steps to loving earth and the work you doCeleste Nelson•November 17, 2013

    Cultivate your love for planet earth and find the job you were always meant to do.

  • TimingAndrea Ouellette•November 13, 2013

    Collisions in love and life can be a matter of timing. 

  • PatientHannah Gerber•November 13, 2013

    Collisions of self-interest and altruism, from the eyes of a patient. 

  • jump in the air and stay thereleslie nikole•November 13, 2013

    when one friend soars above the other and sores his pride in the process.

  • Binary Oppositions: Useful Literary WeedsLauren Hannough-Bergmans•November 13, 2013

    Reader friendly literary criticism. 

  • More Things in Heaven and Earth, HoratioNelanthi Hewa•November 13, 2013

    Is there more to literature than just themes and symbols?

  • Fighting for PeaceAndrew Katz•November 6, 2013

    Remembrance Day: a reminder that peace can never be taken for granted.

  • Play

    Robotics: The New Frontier for SurgeryNovember 5, 2013

    World authority on surgical robotics technology, Dr. Walter H. Gotlieb, spoke at Dawson on Friday April 5, 2013.