Opinion

Brutalism: The Architecture of Big Governments

May 7, 2017 0

Almost everyone in the United States has encountered one of those monstrous, monolithic, concrete government buildings and wondered, how do our government officials actually work there? Not to mention, why did our government officials even […]

Opinion

ARPANET: The Beginning of the Internet

May 7, 2017 0

In 1999, Vice President Al Gore underwent a great deal of scrutiny when he suggested, on an episode of Wolf Blitzer’s CNN “Late Edition” program, that he created the Internet. It’s a gaffe that people […]

Opinion

Asbury Park—A Small City with a Big Revival

May 7, 2017 0

Anyone who lives in a major American city today is certainly familiar with the popular buzz word “gentrification.” Merriam-Webster defines it as the “process of renewal and rebuilding accompanying the influx of middle-class or affluent […]

Opinion

The Black Men Who Owned Slaves in Saint-Domingue

May 7, 2017 0

When Americans elected Barack Obama President of the United States in November 2008, people around the world marveled at the fact that a black man was elected president of the world’s most powerful nation. However, […]

Opinion

Is Cancer a Modern Disease?

April 14, 2017 0

Some scientists believe that cancer is a man-made disease, but others don’t. According to the research conducted in 2010 by Michael R. Zimmerman and A. Rosalie David, cancer is a modern, “man-made disease caused by […]

Opinion

What Do People in Their 90s Think about Death?

April 11, 2017 0

Jane Fleming (Department of Public Health and Primary Care) discusses attitudes to death among the very old. Across the developed world more people are living longer, which of course means more get to be extremely […]