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Essence and Existence in “The Wall”

April 24, 2020

Transcript: The story is set in the midst of the Spanish Civil War. Pablo Ibbieta is a revolutionary who is caught and sentenced to death. While he awaits his demise in prison, he contemplates his own death and struggles to … Continued

An Unlikely Duo: Chinese Americans and Christian Faith

March 23, 2020

Preface: Growing up, I had never been particularly religious. The same may be said of Chinese people in general, so it is fascinating to me that there are so many Chinese Americans that are Christian, since these two identities are … Continued

Using Machine Learning to Improve Breast Cancer Detection

February 12, 2020

After decades of replications, the human genome begins to deteriorate, and mutations are introduced into cells that transform them into malignant cancer tumors. As the lifespan of humans steadily increases due to improvements in medicine, so to do the chances … Continued

Fourth Week of Class Overview

February 2, 2020

With our final Feeder assignment for this unit close to finished, the class moved towards a more specific focus on what kind of form our final product, a popular article reporting the results of a recent scientific study, should take. … Continued