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Grand Finale

November 19, 2020

It’s been a fun ride, everyone! From our first meeting on August 11th, to the last day of class yesterday, we’ve made a lot of progress as a class. Just 3 months ago, we were introducing ourselves and sharing our … Read more

The Maturity of Utilitarianism

November 16, 2020

The Maturity of Utilitarianism The Egg by Andy Weir is a short story presenting a vision of the afterlife through a second-person perspective. The main character has a conversation with God in a blank void and comes to realize that … Read more

The Authentic Diner Comeback

October 14, 2020

Preface People may initially come to authentic diners for a variety of reasons – novelty, reviews, recommendations – but the majority of business for most restaurants is repeat business. I’ve been to Gypsy’s about 10 times, returning for celebrations, proximity, … Read more

Frankenstein’s Stem Cells

September 18, 2020

Frankenstein’s Stem Cells      Embryonic stem cells are simply incredible. Their pluripotency allows them to split infinitely and differentiate into every type of human cell. However, research into them has long been limited by the myriad of ethical concerns … Read more