Mind & Body

Zombie Olfaction: Smells Like Undead Spirit

By Timothy Verstynen and Bradley Voytek

If you’re preparing for the zombie apocalypse, you might want to read up on olfaction—the undead are known to rely on their sense of smell.

The Case Against Ivy League Schools

By Soli Salgado

Are the country’s most prestigious schools producing the brightest minds, or merely reinforcing class hierarchy?

Oh, the Horror!

By Tim White

Tim White advises a father on his Halloween festivities, which frighten his young child.

Connecting With Nature Provides Companionship

By Catherine Reid

A praying mantis allows one woman to connect with nature while living in Washington D.C.


Alice Walker: Finding Inner Peace and Compassion Through Hardship

By Alice Walker

How participating in the Civil Rights Movement led Alice Walker to find inner peace.

Disclosure Dilemma

By Tim White

Tim White offers his advice on disclosing a misdiagnosed condition to potential employers.

Your Mental Peak May Still Be Ahead of You

By Soli Salgado

With tests demonstrating that cognitive skills don’t dwindle with age, whether or not we can measure a “mental peak” is brought into question.

The Voice of the Divine Feminine

By Meggan Watterson

Finding the divine feminine can be as simple as removing the layers of doubt that limit us.