By Matt Hartman The most striking feature of Orwell’s 1984 is the way he imagines a language’s alteration as a mode of control. The idea of limiting a vocabulary until merely thinking a insubordinate thought is impossible is an immensely powerful idea. The fact that
Interview with Cedric Hodgeman and Raul Roman: Founders of Study Abroad Organization UBELONG
Many study abroad programs have sought an egalitarian liberal education objective, but many have fallen short.
by Dahlia Rizk The year’s technology: hands-on and hassle free. This past week the streets of America have been abuzz with technological news regarding items that until recently, we never knew we needed, but now, will never be able to live without. One such item