Source: The Washington Post
Author and professor Severine Autesserre argues that building peace starts with individual communities.
Source: NBC News
In this how-to column, the writer recommends connecting over small things before initiating deeper conversations.
Author and speaker Margie Warrell argues that the key to success is serving others.
Philosophy professor Kimberly Brownlee agrues that romanticized loners usually had some social grounding and that socializtion is needed in order to succeed.
Cultural identity plays a large role in how you perceive yourself. Watch as six Afro-Latinos describe the difficulties they face in their struggle for acceptance and what being Afro-Latino means to them.
While few could argue that we should be dumping more plastic waste into the ocean, the author of this article brings up critical points to consider when discussing plastic straw bans.
Journalist Tara Haelle examines data on the health risks of football and weighs the risks of playing at a young age.
Source: Scientific American
Psychologist and author Guy Winch recommends focusing on an ex’s flaws and negative traits to get over a broken heart.
Source: The Atlantic
Researcher Conor Williams questions how to balance outdoor play with academic learning.
Source: Psychology Today
Psychology professor and police chaplain Brian Kinnaird argues for the inlucsion of comic book superheroes with the great classical heroes of mythology.