What makes someone good or evil? Robert Sapolsky, professor of biology, neurosurgery, and neurology at Stanford University, dives into human biology to find the answer. By looking at the history of our species and its genetic inheritance, his Ath talk explores what we are restrained by, what we are capable of, and what we can … Continue reading The Biology of Good and Evil
Throughout high school, I remember a popular dilemma my friends and I faced: choosing between having a social life, getting enough sleep, and obtaining good grades. The joke was that it was only possible to choose two of the three options. However, though the problem resonated with us back then, college adds another dimension of … Continue reading Good Grades, Social Life, Enough Sleep: Pick Two of Three?