A Snippet: Friedrich Nietzsche

During my last year at IUPUI I decided to pick up a minor in Philosophy because I was only about 4 course from fulfilling the minimum requirements, so why not? I was not prepared for the mind blowing theories that expanded my mind past my Indiana roots. It first started with Logic, a math alternative... Continue Reading →

African-Americans and Online Financial Aid

Introduction As the Information Age develops the use of the Internet has far surpassed personal use. It is now a way to conduct business, a source of entertainment, as well as a critical learning tool when entering the academic sphere. College-bound high school junior and seniors use mobile apps, social media, email, and the Internet... Continue Reading →

The Climate Change

*2015 IUPUI IDEAS SOLVING SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHALLENGES (ISSEC) Pitch When most people hear about a climate change they imagine the Earth facing extreme weather. However, I will be discussing a change of social experience within the education system. As we enter a new era, the race for academic success has never been more competitive.Throughout the... Continue Reading →

The Official: “On the Ground, a Closer Look at Indianapolis” + SnapChat Footage

This is the official submission of my piece a Closer Look at Indianapolis for the "On the Ground" Association of Black Anthropologist series. This is my very first one and I am super excited! Link to Official Posting: http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2016/03/29/a-closer-look-at-indianapolis/ You can check out SnapChat Footage Here:   OTG 4: A Closer Look at Indianapolis On the Ground... Continue Reading →

I am using this book for my Women in Developing Countries class. It has great data from almost any topic concerning women from wages to domestic abuse. Here is an example from one of the pages (click to enlarge): This page is dedicated to women and breast cancer. The map  shows the rates of breast cancer per 100,000 women... Continue Reading →

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