Social media filters can seem harmless when looking at the shape of someone's eyes and deducing things about their character, but the deeper context connects to problematic pseudoscience.

Phrenology and physiognomy trending on social media

Phrenology and physiognomy are two distinct pseudoscientific practices. Phrenology attempts to establish a connection between cognitive ability, as well as the size and shape of a person’s skull. In contrast,…

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Scam Science

Not all pseudoscience is harmless, but a portion of it lacks sound logic and preys on the most vulnerable. Traditional herbal remedies aren’t hurting anyone. In fact, many modern-day medicines…

The earth is not flat

Is earth’s shape a matter of opinion or science? It’s science, the earth is most definitely round. It’s a circle. A sphere if you will. Members of the Flat Earth…

Just friends

Men and women have two different mindsets when it comes to friendship. Where women want friends, men see the possibility for something more. With the added influences of evolutionary urges…

On-Campus Calendar: Feb. 20-26

Tuesday, Feb. 20 Culture Multicultural Student Center: Celebrating 25 Years noon Multicultural Student Center (SMSU 228) Free, all ages The Multicultural Student Center is turning 25! They want to celebrate…

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