When you think of feats of engineering, you may think of impressive examples of architecture. In the ancient world, perhaps the Pyramids, of the Coliseum. Likely one of the top few images that comes to mind, however, includes something that flies. Airplanes, helicopters, space shuttles and the like are some of the most superlative-worthy examples . . .
Agriculture is at the heart of what it means to be human. According to most standard accounts of world history and archeology, civilization began when agriculture began. Just because agriculture is potentially the oldest science, however, doesn't mean it's the “same old same old.' Today, agriculture is a blend of crop science, soil science, biology, . . .
Did you know that if adult's blood vessels were laid end to end, they could circle Earth's equator four times? Or that the human heart beats over 3,000,000,000 times in an average lifespan? Did you know that the average human mouth produces about one liter of saliva daily? Or that the human nose can recognize . . .
If you're like most people, there was a time when cartoons were pure magic, when the characters and stories in Disney movies, Saturday morning cartoons, and even soda commercials were enthralling. If you're like many others, your fascination with animated films and games stayed with you, growing more sophisticated but never going away. And if . . .
Ancient Pagan Europe. Years when Christian monasteries existed isolated from the rest of the continent. Viking raids. Druids, English invaders, and some of the first castles in Europe. Origins of many modern forms of music and folk beliefs including tiny leprechauns. Above is a sampling of just why many have been so enamored of the . . .
Miscommunication is the number one cause of all problems; communication is your bridge to other people. Without it, there's nothing. So when it's damaged, you have to solve all these problems it creates. - Earl Sweatshirt All organizations that deal with the public, or an audience or demographic they serve (the vast majority of them) . . .
A frequently quoted line in Shakespeare says that "all the world's a stage." If you're a performer, whether in dance, music or acting, the stage really is your whole world. Whether you were born to act, dance, or sing, you probably couldn't imagine living without the audience, the spotlight, and the magic of performing. Performers . . .
No single act does more to connect us to one another, and even to make us human, than communication. From our first babbles to our final words, the language we speak to one another shares our ideas, feelings, and needs, allowing us to grow and thrive. And hearing the ideas, feelings, and needs of others . . .
Sports Science is the study of how human bodies function during exercise and physical competition. It looks at the factors that impact performance and health in sports setting from a cellular level up to a holistic, total body perspective, and everything in between. Students who want to work as sports science professionals deeply explore psychology, . . .