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The Quest for Bodily Perfection  April 30, 2012
Drop Dead Healthy

What does “being healthy” actually mean in a day and age when there are countless diets, exercise regimens, and philosophies that offer perfect health?

How Stories Make Us Human  April 30, 2012
storytellinganimal

How did human beings start telling stories and why do fantasy and make believe play such a large role in our lives?

Universities and Politics  April 26, 2012
Save the World

How do universities and academics fit into our current politically charged social atmosphere? Should they play a role at all?

Architecture and Criticism  April 26, 2012
blueprint

Most of us live, work, commute, eat, and sleep in the built environment, but how many of us routinely discuss that environment and how it affects our lives and culture?

Sleep and Adolescents  April 25, 2012
Masdon

What impact does sleep deprivation have on adolescents?

Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion  April 25, 2012
Haidt

How do our political personas develop and can we heal the religious and political divisions that threaten our country?

Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash  April 24, 2012
Humes

What happens to the approximate 102 tons of trash that the average American generates in a lifetime and where does it all go?

The Lawyer’s Role in Society  April 24, 2012
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How has the practice of law influenced our society and advanced the greater good?

Bold Business Solutions for the New Energy Era  April 23, 2012
mpotts

Is a productive economy possible without the use of coal, oil, and nuclear energy to drive it?

The Evolution and Economics of Human Relationships  April 23, 2012
DariobyDanDry

Which social behaviors and human customs are actually holdovers from our evolutionary predecessors and closest genetic relatives?

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