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Laken Smothers , April 12th, 2018
What would you do for the perfect selfie? The emergence of the front-facing camera has revolutionized the way we make memories and document our lives. We can’t go…
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Vraj Patel , March 28th, 2018
In our society, when someone is on the brink of death it is common for the patient’s loved ones to ask for prayers. We pray for the person…
Eugenia , January 30th, 2017
A staged version of the Japanese ritual suicide known as Seppuku or Hara-Kiri, circa 1885. The warrior in white plunges a knife into his belly, while his second…