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Biomimicry influences architecture

George Frey
In the connection between the designs of mother nature and those of humankind, designers use biomimicry, the replication of unique singularities in nature, to their...

‘Liked,’ not loved

Anna Xu
From photoshopping pictures to surgically changing appearance, adolescents spend both time and money in an attempt to mask their physical insecurities, whether it is to...

A snapshot of Courtwarming ‘Snow Day’

Allie Pigg
Today, Wednesday, Feb. 13, was the third day of Courtwarming. Students and teachers represented the day’s theme, ‘Snow Day,’ in bundling up for a day...

Fear fuels decision-making, everyday behavior, attitude

Ji-Sung Lee
Fear, a powerful and primitive human emotion, essentially shapes all that humans do. Whether to skydive off an airplane or pick up a tarantula with...

The price of dreams

Ann Fitzmaurice
Parents sacrifice personal aspirations for filial fulfillment. Students and teachers reflect on what they have given up to achieve their goals....

Anxiety amplifies awareness

Bailey Stover
No matter how well adjusted someone is, the world can seem overwhelming at times. In the age of social media likes, retweets and streaks, it...

Spaghetti, saws and The Wizard of Oz

Katie Whaley
Throughout a day, emotions boil in a pot of stress, frustration and anxiety. They soak in the mixture, absorbing the negative feelings. If left untouched...