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Miscellaneous | Interesting & Helpful Information

Recollections from 75 years of Human Development

My time spent at the University of Chicago, Department of Comparative Human Development continues to inform my research and work in the field of interdisciplinary psychology. I am so grateful for the time I spent in this unique and rich program. Read about my experiences there and get to know this phenomenal program that was so creatively rich and still forms a foundation for how I think and work.

Miscellaneous | Interviews

No Longer Silent | Jlife

The Segerstrom Center for the Arts welcomed back the esteemed Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater this past April, with an incredible piece by Artistic Director Robert Battle, “No Longer Silent.” Originally created in 2007, it was part of a concert of choreography that brought to life long-forgotten scores by composers whose work the Nazis labeled “degenerate” and banned. The piece is set to “Ogelala,” a piece that Jewish Czech composer, Erwin Schulhoff, composed between 1922 and 1925.

Entertainment | It doesn't get any better...

Washington state couple chooses to raise their child species-less

Gabriel Roberts discussed his and his wife's decision to allow their child, Echo, to choose for itself what species it is.

Humor | oh the humanity....

You've got to be kidding: Man dons hooves and lives as a GOAT

ONE man was curious about what life was like as a goat – so he decided to live among them.

News | Health & Wellbeing

The Remarkable Power of Touch -

The power of touch is profound. It heals, connects, nourishes and soothes. It is a fundamental part of the human experience and can nurture relationships an

News | Good News

'Open Tree Of Life' Shows How 2.3 Million Earthlings Are Related, From Microbes To Mankind

Researchers from multiple institutions have come together to publish Earth's most complete family tree to date, illustrating the evolutionary relationships between about 2.3 million named species of lifeforms