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Hurts Like Heaven: Pain and the Facilitation of Transcendence
Though Western biomedicine rarely acknowledges it, pain can be a positive experience. In unrelated cultures across the globe, pain has been used to catalyze transcendence, a biologically measurable spiritual phenomenon. ...
Finding Procedural Justice in Baltimore’s Department of Public Works
Structures of power and governance hold significant sway over the process and outcome of decision-making in local governments. An assessment of the processes involved in environmental decision-making (Dietz and Stern, ...
The Identification and Characterization of Zebrafish Housed at Goucher College
To gain a better understanding of the Denio rario, zebrafish, gut microbiota composition and function and how it contributes to the health of the zebrafish, three zebrafish guts were cultured. The average density of the ...