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I recently read a young adult novel called The Age of Miracles by Karen Walker. The story is written from the perspective of an eleven-year-old girl in California, beginning on the day that scientist
"The existence of an other resolves the problem of loneliness but brings with it anxieties for the individual, for inherent in any relationship is, inevitably, some form of power struggle… Human hist
Sitting in the McDonough School of Business on Georgetown's campus, I am stunned by the uniformity in appearance—a sea of slacks and crisp collars. For commerce to work, we need standards for cooper
Music and dance permeate the cultural and subcultural realms of society. They blend together myriad cultural cues and signifiers that together work to create a sort-of performative expression; and, when dance and music work to define a culture away from the psyches of the everyday, it’s more than mere expression – it’s exclamation.
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