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By Lora Xie, IV Form
Christianity Meets Judaism
In the form of a book of doodles and quotes, I attempt to vividly illustrate the differences between Christianity and Judaism by juxtaposing their respective interpretation of some of the most important and interesting concepts in these two religions.
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By Sarah Eslick, Associate Director of The Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning
Optimism About Positive Psychology
Historically, the field of psychology has focused on mental illness. Depression, schizophrenia, and other disorders of the mind carried far more intellectual gravitas than the psycho-emotional characteristics that lead to happiness. Certainly these illnesses are less subtle, easier to categorize, label, and examine. In striking contrast, the field of positive psychology studies how people do well: how we cultivate positive emotions and optimism and how we develop grit and self-regulation. It explores how we benefit from resilience and gratitude while recognizing our (more…)