The Bilingual Brain: Why One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Image by futureatlas/Flickr By Dr. Angela Grant / 03.14.2017 Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience Research Over the past few years, you might have noticed a surfeit of articles covering current research on bilingualism. Some of them suggest that it sharpens the mind, while others are clearly intended to provoke more doubt than confidence, such as Maria Konnikova’s[…]

Preserving Native American History in Ambrotype Photography

People at the United Tribes Technical College Powwow are photographed as an ambrotype in 2016. The crowd raised their right hands in support of Native Americans everywhere. / Ambrotype by Shane Balkowitsch Using an early photographic process, one photographer hopes to draw a line connecting what happened to the Dakota people in Mankato, Minnesota, 155 years[…]

Why Change is Good for You

By Susie Moore / 06.16.2017 Are You Afraid of Change? This year, so far, one of my closest friends had a baby, one got a divorce, one moved to Asia, and two resigned from their jobs to start their own businesses. I. Freakin’. Love. Change. At age 32, I’m in my second marriage, third career,[…]