Photojournalist Lynsey Addario believes in the power of images. They engage in a way text and writing can't. That's why photographs are so vital in educating the public about conflicts, war, poverty, and other...
Does the typical college student understand the sort of mental health care options available to her? Dr. Victor Schwartz of The Jed Foundation continues our series "Big Thinkers on Mental Health."
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“When I think of art, I think of beauty. Beauty is the mystery of life,” Minimalist artist Agnes Martin once explained. “It is not in the eye, it is in my mind. In our minds there is awareness of perfection.” In...
Recent trends in the tech sector suggest the liberal arts degree is making a major comeback.
The rats, which are trained to sniff out TNT, are among the most efficient tools available to Cambodians trying to rid their country of over 4 million landmines left over from the Khmer Rouge.
Travel around the world in half an hour, with time to spare for an ice cream.
Some maps need to be savored instead of analyzed.
If a map looks too good to be true, it probably is.
Country-shaped birthmarks also exist outside of Wes Anderson movies.
If every great story is a journey, then few are more in need of a road map than True Detective.
"Print this map. Get off the internet. Take to the streets."
Would you pay to go see Kevin and Juliet?
Europeans are aging fast, and moving more — creating pockets of population growth amidst increasingly empty rural areas.
Ninety years ago, America invented the Human Map. But the artform's center of gravity has since shifted to India.
Almost a century after its dissolution, the Free State's main legacy are two hilarious anecdotes.