From the scientists we currently have â€œmore than 50 percent of the current U.S. science and engineering workforce is approaching retirementâ€ (Jischke 7). So who will be left to conduct the so-much-needed researches? We need scientists; we need to find a way to inspire the young to joi...
The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries represented a crucial period in the history and future of France. From the extravagant Louis XIV, the Sun King, through the reign of beloved Louis XV, Louis XIVâ€™s great-grandson, to the ruling of indecisive Louis XVI, France and its people experienc...
As a free outdoor event, Fall for the Arts attracts many different people and many different artists from the community. On the first of October I was there with my five-year-old daughter to experience all that and more.
Then and now we find two different cultures that enjoy different types of sports as entertainment, but despite some of the obvious differences between the venues, we may surprisingly find that they are similar in many ways.
Relationships between men and women can be especially complex depending on the social context the parties participating in the relationship find themselves. Through time women were changing and so was the way the world saw them and the way they related to others.
It is interesting how plays illustrate the social relationships of the time they were written. Through those plays we can understand and see how those relationships and the role of members of society evolved through time.
Considered a master of the High Renaissance, Michelangelo was an architect, poet, painter, and engineer. He studied anatomy in order to perfect his work in painting and sculpting the human body and its movement. His studies proved to be fruitful and visible in all his sculptures and paints.
Martin Luther read and studied the bible as part of his degrees and got to learn how far from God's teachings the Catholic Church was. He expressed his disgust in the 95 Theses he wrote which got the Church's attention at the time.
It was only in 1990, with the passage of the National and Community Service Act, that we arrived at the service-learning concept that resembles what we have today, the concept that unites students, communities and educational institutions to achieve one single goal: the common good. And could we ...
The fragmentation of the Empire and the insecurity generated by the Viking invasions caused people of all social levels to attach themselves to members of a military nobility who were able of providing protection. That created a relationship based on dependency between lords and vassals.