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The Human Zoo

This is a rarity; two blogs in a week, but I felt I needed to write about our experience at the zoo yesterday. I’m hoping that baby boy carries on napping so I can complete this… 762 more words

Making The Way to a Higher Place of Love

For the last few months, I’ve been contemplating the idea of love in relation to psychology and anthropology, and how it applies to relationships. I guess I’m looking to understand what went wrong, and what to watch out for next time (if I bother with having a next time). 2,273 more words

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Thesis Snapchatting

During my data collection process, I began taking photos on my phone so I would have something by which I could remember my thesis experience. I also started snapchatting photos of my baboon troop to some of my friends. 73 more words

Save your baby teeth.

By Kelsi Matylewicz/Benco Dental Social Media Intern

Scientists, from The University of Bradford and Durham University in England, may have discovered that by examining baby teeth, they can better predict the health risks children will face as they age. 140 more words

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On The Importance of Social Media in Academia

Over the past several months, the importance of social media in academia has really proven itself to me. Initially, I felt that social media was strictly a personal thing or something used to promote businesses or television shows. 589 more words

Off To Greece! Excavation Updates Coming Soon!

Well I’m a little late to the season for dig updates, but that’s not going to stop me!

I’m off to Astypalaia, a remote Greek island in the Mediterranean where I am participating in a bioarchaeology field school that is excavating a children’s cemetery. 15 more words

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