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Tell Me What You Eat and I'll Tell You Whom You Vote For

Liberals like arugula, conservatives go for meatloaf. How much does biology define our tastes and votes? 1,105 more words

Culture

Stress Monster

It’s mid April, which means it’s assignments/essays/finals season. Since I work 3 days a week, I am busy juggling everything at once. Of course, this is not the first time, but I don’t like how the stress is always messing with me and I don’t like what it does to me. 129 more words

Earfood

Understanding Attachment Theory

Stan Archie holds certification from the National Church Adopt-A-School Initiative as a trainer, and he is also a certified consultant and instructor in Character Counts, Ethics, and Character on Public Boards and Administrators. 157 more words

Attachment Theory

3 Things Psychopaths Can Teach About Happiness

You’re a good person, or at least you’re trying to be. Me too. But that doesn’t mean we can’t learn a thing or two from the bad guys, the really bad guys — psychopaths. 300 more words

Science & Tech

Everyday People

Back in 2012 I was lucky enough to go to China with one of my good friends. We set off on our adventure excited to uncover the nuances of Chinese culture the best we could. 384 more words

Society

The Phantom Limb: A Phenomenon of Haunting Sensations

By: Kimberly Shen

Edited by: Hsin-Pei Toh 

If I still feel the smart of my crushed leg, though it be now so long dissolved; then, why mayst thou, carpenter, feel the fiery pans of hell for ever, and without a body?” 475 more words

Neuroscience