Yukong’s Practice Presentation Topic

Steven Gerrard red card in 38 seconds (22 March 2015): 1. http://www.dailypegasus.com/gerrard-sorry-for-38-second-red-card/ 2. http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/liverpool-vs-manchester-united-match-report-juan-mata-inspires-united-after-shock-steven-gerrard-red-card-10125972.html

Chunwook Park’s Practice Presentation Topic

Organ Donation to Prisoners: Ethics and the Law Article Source:http://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=116967&page=1 (March 3rd 2015) Additional Reference Material http://bioethics.iu.edu/reference-center/topic-guides/deathrow/ http://atheism.about.com/od/bioethics/a/deathrowtrans.htm http://blogs.kentplace.org/bioethicsproject/2014/02/10/prisoners-organ-transplants-societys-dangerous-deserve-priority-medical-care/

Memes and the Right to Be Forgotten

Have you ever imagined what would happen if an image of you became a viral hit and a source of memes for days, months or maybe even years? What happens if you receive unwarranted popularity? What if the attention is negative and mocking? What are the confines of free speech and should it be without […]

Why Cambodians Never Get Depressed

People in Cambodia experience what we Americans call depression. But there’s no direct translation for the word “depression” in the Cambodian Khmer language. Instead, people may say thelea tdeuk ceut, which literally means “the water in my heart has fallen.” Anxious or depressed Haitians, on the other hand, may use the phrase reflechi twop, which means “thinking […]

When Bad Scientists Do Good Science

He may have unravelled DNA, but James Watson deserves to be shunned James Watson, who – along with Francis Crick – discovered the secret of DNA, has sold off his Nobel prize medal after claiming that he has been cut off from the modern scientific world following accusations of racism. Watson has said that he […]