During the early 20th century, scientists following the notion that dominant/recessive traits get passed along from generation to generation developed what is now known as eugenics, or the improvement of human heredity. This movement led
The vast living room was decorated with pink and white balloons. Sparkling streamers snaked around the walls. The shredded remnants of cutesy gift-wrapping paper lay strewn across the floor. Everywhere, women were exclaiming over freshly
My friends are really excited about fall this year. Not because they’re academically minded individuals and they’re eager to return to learning, or because they have a penchant for pumpkin carving and leaf raking. Instead,
Some Temple students remember receiving a letter in the summer of 2004 informing them that the apartments in the Strawbridge’s building on 11th and Filbert streets would not be ready in time. We remember being
I spent this summer at my Central Pennsylvania, middle-of-nowhere home town. Not only was my town extremely boring, but I couldn’t spend a day with my parents without being annoyed in one way or another.
Amid the arrest of 21 alleged British terrorists, heightened security alerts, and stricter security regulations at airports, I am organizing my flat in the hometown of the terrorists: London. Do the arrests of these men,