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The Necessity of Religious Evolution Why Absolute Truth must be disembodied from Theology" >

The Necessity of Religious Evolution Why Absolute Truth must be disembodied from Theology

In the present time, according to the Pew Research Center, there are five major religions and numerous folk religions in the world. Each of them has different stories to tell, different inspirations to act from, and different beliefs on the…

0 Comments / 132 View / June 8, 2016

Vladimir Putin Nostalgic Blindness A Critique of the Russian Federation’s Unsustainable Foreign Policy with Ukraine" >

Vladimir Putin Nostalgic Blindness A Critique of the Russian Federation’s Unsustainable Foreign Policy with Ukraine

“Anyone who does not regret the demise of the Soviet Union has no heart . Anyone who wants to restore it has no brains.” This quotation from President Vladimir Putin is indicative of the current Russian approach to international and…

0 Comments / 123 View / May 21, 2016

The Advent of an Initiative Bodes Well for Journalism

Frustration with the media is no rarity; no matter what political background and cultural views an individual may possess, there is always at least one major, influential media group that is distasteful.  Prior to the birth of social media, the…

0 Comments / 118 View / August 31, 2015

A New Kind of Classroom

It’s your first day taking Introduction to Genetics and Evolution at Duke University with the renowned professor, Dr.  Mohamed Noor. You haven’t taken biology since high school, so you think the content might be a little too advanced, but you’ll…

0 Comments / 81 View / July 8, 2015

Top Five Things To Miss About College

As everyone is preparing to pack up and head home from college this time of year, many of my friends and myself have been discussing how we will miss one another, how we will miss the school and all the…

0 Comments / 145 View / May 18, 2015

The Relevance of Sanskrit to Indo-American Youth

        Arguably the most influential and important language of South and Southeast Asia, Sanskrit has been hailed by many people, including kings and historians, as the ‘language of the Gods’, and ‘the mother of all languages.’ Like…

0 Comments / 272 View / December 29, 2014

Fellow Undergraduates: Make the Most of Break With 4 Forms of Pre-Professional Prep

Fellow Undergrads: Congrats, not on finishing another (and for many, a first) semester of college, but on taking the time to treat yourself to the requisite reward of binge-watching television, sleeping in, and eating yourself into a food coma. Congratulations…

0 Comments / 189 View / December 23, 2014

6 Free Software Downloads You Can Get as a College Student Now

Free stuff is always awesome.  Here are six free software downloads you can still get for free as a college student.  Simply using your .edu email, you get a 100% discount on often pricey and industry grade software – granted…

0 Comments / 1482 View / December 22, 2014

The 8 Ancient “Ivy League” Schools of the World

[section_title title=First page title] The pursuit of knowledge has driven mankind since the dawn of humanity. The pulsating curiosity of our species was once fostered in the crucible of religion and faith – and it was manifested into shrines of…

5 Comments / 6601 View / November 18, 2014

Debate in America: Modern Elitism Yet An Academic Necessity

[section_title title=First page title] Over five thousand kids wake up early morning on nearly every other weekend in a hotel room, quickly cramming to shower, eventually dressing in full suited attire, and heading out of the door, still bleary eyed…

2 Comments / 607 View / November 1, 2014