Photography’s Impact on Perception of War

Photography’s Impact on Perception of War

The new medium of photography came into its own during the Civil War, capturing thousands of images of soldiers, statesmen, freed slaves, and devastated towns and cities. Its impact on public perception of war was dramatic, demonstrating the power of visual media to shape public opinion. An exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City entitled “Photography…

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Your Relationships Are Only As Healthy As Your Brain

Your Relationships Are Only As Healthy As Your Brain

It’s 5:20 on a Monday evening. I took a vacation day, and I’ve been sitting in a coffee shop in Logan Square since morning, frantically cramming for the neurobiology portion of my Anatomy and Physiology final. I’m woefully underprepared, and I know it. I can’t stand being underprepared for anything, but I haven’t been able to focus on studying. I’m…

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Relationships: How Are We Doing?

Relationships: How Are We Doing?

We had a great response to our Mother’s Week in May—thank you! With Father’s Day approaching, I couldn’t help but reflect on all kinds of relationships. We’ll be featuring a variety of articles on that theme all month. When I think about relationships, my first instinct is to think about those I have with the people closest to me: my…

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