Graphic by Nate Barton It is difficult to determine when exactly one transitions from childhood to adulthood. Studies have shown that it is the brain that determines one’s maturity, not one’s age. In addition, people’s life experiences also shape who they are. Hence, the brain’s development and one’s life experiences are what determine a person’s […]
There are some negative preconceived notions about meditation. Some think it is sitting down in a lotus position, while others are just confused on what they are supposed to think about when meditating. Meditation is simply focusing on breathing. It is a technique to alleviate stress and makes people more focused and relaxed. It sounds […]
Technological innovation has made the world better, not worse.
Graphic by Nate Barton Reading for fun is crucial for brain development because it works as the brain’s physical activity, benefiting the brain and the individual as a whole. Among many other benefits, pleasure reading can reduce stress, lead to better relationships and stimulate the brain. Many college students usually read for work or school, […]
Photo by Jenna Aguilera If a student happens into Professor Jessica Cail’s psychology lecture class, the curriculum might prove to possess a very urgent suggestion for the fortification of the brain for our old age. For the purpose of highlighting both a societal need and a warning, she chooses to incorporate in-depth, breaking news and […]
Art by Gary Wright In the past, our label screamed misfits, tricksters, the “unclean,” satanic, inept. Even in the present age, we are still quietly discriminated against by government agencies, feared by religious institutions and ignored by educational systems simply because our dominant hand is our left — personal desks are designed with right-handers in […]