Professor Nancy Berns hopes to create discussion about the cultural and social issues that death and dying create with a sociology course.
STORY BY MARI MOROZ Senior Erin Menardi spent eight straight hours one evening cuddling with a 50-year-old man she didn’t...
STORY BY SARAH GROSSMAN On the weekend of Nov. 21 Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) held a Thanksgiving themed party that created...
STORY BY KELLY MARBLE Eight hundred pounds of food. The leftovers from the endless buffet in Hubbell Dining Hall. The...
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STORY BY LAURA VOLLMER Walking to the Bell Center in subzero temperatures can be quite treacherous for some. Fitness activities during the winter usually dwindles. However, this is not stopping Iowans’ determination. Iowa wants to be recognized nationally as the “healthiest state” by 2016. According to a 2013 Gallup poll, […]Read more ›
STORY BY ADAM ROGAN Most people have a specific taste in music, but does that taste affect how smart they are? One study tried to find a correlation between the two. In 2009, Virgil Griffith, a computer scientist and California Institute of Technology graduate student, attempted to identify this relationship. […]Read more ›
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