Daily Archives : July 13, 2014

Let’s Google That: The Role of Internet Search History in Criminal Investigations

Down in Atlanta, where the sun rises high and city lights dance brightly like crystal oil lamps even from the windows of an above soaring jet, a legal battle‒one of vehicle induced saunas and parental irresponsibility‒ is raging, drawing forth…

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Adolescent Purgatory: The Summer Between High School and College

During the three months between the end of high school and the start of college, there lies a vacuum devoid of responsibility, direction, or structure. For the first time there are no standardized tests to prepare for, no internships to…

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The Thin Line

I don’t remember when I started watching my weight. I don’t think it was a conscious decision; somewhere in the muddle of elementary school, counting calories just seemed like a natural process. I didn’t think I was fat, and I…

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Ebola: The Forgotten Smallpox

Ebola may be the forgotten smallpox, but unlike Smallpox, Ebola has no cure. “This morning you woke up feeling a little unwell. You have no appetite, your head is aching, your throat is sore, and you think you might be…

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From the Ivory Tower to You: Research in the Age of Mass Media

When I was 16, I was tasked with creating a “grand plan” for my future, as an assignment for one of the Psychology classes I was taking. Considering all the time that I had spent reading about language acquisition and…

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