Do you ever find yourself doing something over and over again for no apparent reason? Who controls our subconcsious and why do we act the way we do?
I keep thinking: What is the one value that, if I could, I would imbue onto my freshman self? More specifically, what is something my freshman self was totally oblivious to that I now find important? Is there even anything like that?
Sebastian Deri '13 discusses the downside of being too nice.
Is intelligence innate or can it be learned and expanded? Sebastian Deri '13 believes the latter.
Immortality, self-motivated work and a decline in religion — what else does our future hold?
Why science should be integrated into our understanding of law, and how.
Sebastian Deri '13 reveals humans' secret overlord: the brain.
Sebastian Deri '13 questions the possibility of a decline in binge drinking with out a fundamental culture change. The problem is that we still consider binge drinking "cool."
Sebastian Deri '13 laments the indifference and shallowness that all too often characterize our conversations.
Sebastian Deri '14 calls on the University to play a more active role in helping students determine the directions of their lives by pinpointing the direction of higher education.