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​In truth the aim of free will is that free will should be lost...

“If there was one place that you’d like to go to, where would that be?”

“Hmmm. The center of the Earth.”

The grandfather of the thirteen-year-old sat there in heavy silence, tracing his fingers around the perimeter of the ashtray, his pupils contemplating why the answer was what it was. 545 more words


What to do When it Breaks: A Lesson from the First Moon Landing

When you aim for the moon, you intend to make it; because you’re not likely to get a second chance.

Neil Armstrong knew he was risking his life on the Apollo 11, but he was willing to take that risk. 374 more words

True Stories

Smithsonian Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for 'Wizard of Oz' Slippers

Dorothy’s ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz have been among the most famous movie artifacts ever since Judy Garland clicked her heels and said “There’s no place like home.” Since 1979, that home has been the Smithsonian—an anonymous benefactor donated the famous footwear to the National Museum of American History. 526 more words


Life is a Lion's Den

I never thought I would hear a band that combined the spazzy pop bliss of Neil Armstrong with the primal pop eccentricities of the Intelligence… 153 more words


Neil Armstrong - American Astronaut

Neil Alden Armstrong (August 5, 1930 – August 25, 2012) was an American astronaut and the first person to walk on the Moon. He was also an aerospace engineer, naval aviator, test pilot, and university professor. 68 more words

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There's More Than One Way to Take a Photo

On Tuesday, our Digital Storytelling class received a visit from Adam Glanzman, a staff photographer at Northeastern and an accomplished photojournalist. He discussed photo editing tips as well as some of his own work, including a… 501 more words