Why study Spanish? How many reasons do you need? Sean Patrick Hopwood of Day Translations, Inc. extols the virtues and myriad applications of this truly global language.
Horticulture science student Lizzie Shutt discusses the interconnectedness of humans and nature, and how to honor that connection in daily living.
What is peace, really? This week, Dave Oprava discusses peace as freedom from fear, and how we overcome fear of the unknown by forming connections with those who are different from us.
Victoria J. Mora, president of United World College-USA, explores the function and challenges of stereotypes. Our brains seek to identify patterns in the behavior of the people around us, but relying too heavily on our stereotypes can limit our connections with the same people we seek to understand.
Once the richest silver mining city in the world, Guanajuato–now a UNESCO World Heritage Site—still dazzles. It is also the site of the first pitched battle in Mexico’s War of Independence, fought 109 years ago this month.