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In Remembrance: Dobbs Ferry Commemorates the Armistice that Ended the Great War

In Remembrance: Dobbs Ferry Commemorates the Armistice that Ended the Great War

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor December 3, 2018

Eight million civilians, an estimated 11 million military personnel, 23 million wounded, and upwards of 19 million deaths. These staggering statistics measure the almost 40 million casualties from the...

In Remembrance: Dobbs Ferry Commemorates the Armistice that Ended the Great War

In Remembrance: Dobbs Ferry Commemorates the Armistice that Ended the Great War

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor December 3, 2018

Eight million civilians, an estimated 11 million military personnel, 23 million wounded, and upwards of 19 million deaths. These staggering statistics measure the almost 40 million casualties from the...

World Toilet Day: Changing The Mindset On Our

World Toilet Day: Changing The Mindset On Our “Fecaphobia”

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor December 1, 2018

There are many tentpoles of an advanced civilization. Art, education, infrastructure, technology, transparency, and awareness. An advanced civilization should be one that has eliminated certain “quality...

Masters of Film: Orson Welles

Michael Dunnings November 19, 2018

Ryan Coogler's "Black Panther" (2016) was hailed as a landmark film in its thematic, visual, and artistic presentation of African culture. The film, the first solo film for Marvel's African Prince Avenger,...

Movement Matters: Mercy Professor Raising Awareness For Physical Therapy Month

Movement Matters: Mercy Professor Raising Awareness For Physical Therapy Month

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor November 8, 2018

Movement is a vital function for virtually every species on Earth. For some, movement is the difference between life and death. For most people, movement is an action that comes without much difficulty...

OP/ED: What Will It Take? Coming to a Consensus on Climate Change

OP/ED: What Will It Take? Coming to a Consensus on Climate Change

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor November 5, 2018

What will it take? I have asked that question to myself enough times to make me believe I have lost my grasp on reality and that I have lost my sanity. The definition of insanity is repeating the...

The 10 Best Universal Monster Movies

The 10 Best Universal Monster Movies

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor October 31, 2018

Marvel is largely credited with developing the cinematic universe concept that dominates modern cinema. Through meticulous planning and creative film making, Marvel has established a titan of the box office...

Growing Up with the Oldies: The Original Cinematic Universe

Growing Up with the Oldies: The Original Cinematic Universe

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor October 31, 2018

Chances are that if you have siblings then you have some similar tastes, similar personalities, or passions. For me, that experience was tenfold. Being the oldest of three siblings, my brothers Ryan...

UFC 229 Post Fight Brawl Shows We Still have Alot To Learn

UFC 229 Post Fight Brawl Shows We Still have Alot To Learn

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor October 12, 2018

UFC 229 was supposed to be the culmination of the month's long kerfuffle between the camps of Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov. The McGregor and Nurmagomedov fued has been one of the most intensely...

Visiting Scholar Lectures Mercy About the Importance of Elie Wiesel's Work

Visiting Scholar Lectures Mercy About the Importance of Elie Wiesel’s Work

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor October 11, 2018

For David L. Phillips, "Night", published in English in 1960, was the beginning of Elie Wiesel's journey as an activist. Wiesel wrote the incredibly powerful, internationally acclaimed memoir, “Night”...

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