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The Smartphone Revolution
Over the past week, I joined the very few adults in the world that do not have a phone. I previously referred to myself as a technology assailant. However, living on a college campus without a phone for a week illuminated ...
Museums: Supporting the Varied Needs of their Communities
Museums have long been institutions dedicated to preserving objects and significant cultural and historic artifacts. Growing out of cabinets of curiosities in the 16th century, museums have a strong association with ...
The Political is Personal: Examining the Role of Personal Connection to a Disease as an Access Point for Single-disease Interest Groups
Approximately 133 million Americans live with a chronic illness (“The Power of Prevention”). Government funding through the National Institutes of Health and other programs are an important source of research funding for ...
The Fundamental Shared Essence of Dance and Mathematics
This paper seeks to investigate the intricate, inherent relationship between dance and mathematics. Although perhaps not initially obvious to all, mathematics is apparent in all forms of dance. It manifests in a plethora ...