An analysis of:
Death Valley Days: Secret Love
What is the video’s argument?
This 1984 scratch video entitled Death Valley Days: Secret Love criticises and satirises British and American politics of the […]
Dangerous, disavowed, yet maintained in secret: the underworld of hazing seems unstoppable to students and adults alike.
My first year at university, a November night found me in the backyard of a student house […]
The Astonishing Weaponry of Dung Beetles
In these articles, Robert Kunzig and Douglas Emlen translate facts and statistics into engaging articles. However although longer, Kunzig’s […]
The topic I am exploring for my feature article is social groups, hierarchy, and hazing in institutions of higher education. The specific conflict is – why do only some social groups develop/practice initiation […]
Yudhijit Bhattacharjee’s article on psychopathy and empathy mixes emotive stories with compelling scientific research to examine how such conflicting traits can both exist in humans.
The Science Behind […]
In my search through portfolio websites for a site I considered effective, I landed on Tim Kelly’s portfolio for his work in theatre, photography, and graphics. His simple design is impressive, showcasing his work […]