We realized that a family's footwear costs could be reduced by creating a shoe a child can wear as he or she grows.
Let's face it: Even in today's morally loose society "sex" is a dirty word, so exploring it through the medium of lectures and journals was a liberating experience.
I, on the other hand, had a more personal reason for wanting to write about my chosen topic -- "the relevance of cultural background to the application of the law" -- my interest in it having been triggered while spending time in East Africa the previous summer.
When I was three years old, my piano teacher asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up and my response was "a weather girl!"
Absurdist literature allows the reader to contemplate the larger questions of existence and bravely examine areas of humanity that are sure to disturb new readers well into the next millennium.
While texting enables romantic partners to develop and maintain their relationships, it also may create a potential strain.
What if your thesis went places aside from a forgotten file cabinet stuffed with other class work? This simple question launched Huffpost College's Thesis Project this summer, and we were thrilled when students partnered with us to publish their hard work.
Using the Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center (FIAC) as a case study, I attempt to understand how a human rights organization facilitates the process of immigrant incorporation into American society.
Somehow, it is lonelier here, even though I didn't go out when I was in Denver, even though here I leave my room every day. I can feel country songs coming true. I feel like a chubby little cliché.
This work -- the interviews of twenty American women living in Paris and the subsequent analyses that make it up -- is my search to find out who you become when you leave the "parents" of your identity: your mother tongue and fatherland.
Currently, indigenous groups in the Amazon are increasingly being encroached upon and removed from their land, and are facing submission to systems of forced labor and exploitation.
In this project I examine the history behind American perception of human extinction. I explore how existential risk has shaped foreign policy by tracing the domestic debate over nuclear war and ozone depletion.
Breast cancer is one of the most common non-skin cancers, and is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths of U.S. women.
This study examines the correlation between development of public transportation, increased access to health care, decreased absenteeism, increased secondary graduation rates, and increased workforce health and productivity.
American politicians and the public lacked the necessary information to devise a viable solution. There was definitely enough press about mass deaths to alarm the public, but journalists simply couldn't provide enough information to persuade anyone to take action.
Vertical transmission of HIV via breast milk remains one of the biggest challenges in the global AIDS epidemic, particularly in developing countries where replacement feeding is often not feasible.