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Nobody Feels Old at the Museum

Since I was a kid I’ve always loved museums. My first time visiting one was going to the Children’s Museum in Boston on an elementary school field trip. 820 more words

Don't hate the dual-screen

We’ve all done it – the knee-jerk judgement passed on the person starting intensely at their phone at dinner, at a movie, among friends. And certainly, it is true that a substantial amount of our mobile activity is inessential at best, a waste of life’s precious minutes at worst. 160 more words

New Media

Go Ahead And Call Me A Neanderthal

I don’t believe in the Gospels or the Apostles

but I do have faith in the meaning of all kinds of fossils.

Two Blogs... Two Descriptions


This blog, which is dedicated to independent research among its many authors, has many different knowledgeable articles about South Sudan. The targeted audience seems to be the general public, with the main purpose of the blog to educate everyone on current world issues. 272 more words

South Sudan

Featured Faculty: Sarah Van Hoy, Medical Anthropologist, Mental Health Counselor, Acupuncturist and Herbalist,

Sarah Van Hoy, a long-time faculty member specializing in Health Arts and Sciences but equally at home in SIS and IMA, says her work embraces “languages about the body and languages from the body and the possibilities and impossibilities of translating between, meaning, power and the poetics of bodies.” 323 more words

Community Building

Summer 2016 Update Schedule

As we head into June, the Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry blog will shift into its summer update schedule of bi-monthly posts. New updates will continue to go live here on our website, and will be spotlighted on our… 109 more words


Some Blogs to check out.

Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) – URLEach blog post is a little different but each one is very informative. For an example on blog explains how 70% of North Korean Refugees are Women because North Korea is very Patriarchal, so women have a lower status which leads to them being controlled less by the government. 550 more words