By Sophia Yakumithis In a Scandinavian history course I took freshman year, we learned about one of archaeology’s biggest blunders: The Kensington Runestone.  In Minnesota, a 202-pound chunk of stone was “discovered” in 1898 by a Swedish farmer who claimed it was covered in 14th century runic text. Widely accepted in the community as an […]

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By Anju Miura Following Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker’s decision to ban all e-cigarettes for four months, regular vape or Juul smokers may be struggling to quit cold turkey. Nicotine is one of the highly addictive substances and approximately 50 million Americans are currently addicted to it. Even the father of psychology, Sigmund Freud, was a […]

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