“The Social Identity Wheel worksheet is an activity that encourages students to identify social identities and reflect on the various ways those identities become visible or more keenly felt at different times, and how those identities impact the ways others perceive or treat them. The worksheet prompts students to fill in various social identities (such […]
Free will is something that seems intrinsic to the experience of being a human. Being able to make your own decisions, choose actions and reactions, and plan out future events, is all stuff we do day to day without questioning who or what is truly responsible. It seems simple, we are the ones who act, […]
The psychological origins of dreams and what they mean for our waking reality.
Books have been banned throughout history. You might think in the 21st century we would recognize the ridiculousness of this censorship and stop banning books, however that is not the case here in America. As of recently there have been 150 bills introduced in 39 states restricting books and teachings, 2/3 of which target K-12 […]
On the night of Feb. 24, I was horrified when I encountered the news about the Russian “special operation” in Ukraine. The thing everyone had been discussing for weeks but refused to believe had occurred. Being from Belarus, I cherish and respect both countries and their cultures. In this article, however, I would like not […]
A psychological dive into the brain-computer connection.
Note: The author has since soured on Wes Anderson and the uniformity of his production and directing style. Try something new Wes we’ve seen it all before.
Author’s Note: After reading the article “An Examination of Curriculums” by Payce Shepard last week, I felt it was worthwhile to engage in a bit of a deeper dive on the topic. I’d also been researching the topic for another article I was planning on writing about that didn’t materialize, but there’s enough left over […]
I am a Wheaton Phonathoner, meaning my on campus job consists of calling alumni, parents, and past donors, then asking them a variety of questions that often ends in me asking if they would like to donate to Wheaton College. We often ask donors to donate to the Wheaton Fund, the college’s annual giving program. […]
If you were to hop on either Spotify or Apple podcasts and look at the charts displaying the most listened to podcasts you would see that on both charts within the top ten there is a common theme: true crime. Whether it be the ever popular Crime Junkie, or Morbid: A True Crime Podcast, Sinister […]