What is Dungeons and Dragons?

Everyone seems to know the name “Dungeons and Dragons” and picture something in mind at its mention, but few people seem to know what the game actually is. “Math geeks dress up to play a Medieval board game that makes them forget about how crappy their lives are” is usually what I hear.

Well, just as Luke Skywalker said: “Impressive…every word in that sentence was wrong.” … More What is Dungeons and Dragons?

Why are men the colorblind ones? (Vertical Integration Part 1: Biology)

In school, you learn one field at a time (bio, chem, etc.), but you need every field for true understanding. So let’s answer one question with EVERY field: why are men often colorblind?
Part I explores the biology of red-green colorblindness. … More Why are men the colorblind ones? (Vertical Integration Part 1: Biology)

Sneak Peek at Only in Amigos #2

Youth leaders (generally volunteers in high school or college) travel to a Latin American country, where they will spend 4-8 weeks living in a rural community. Volunteer groups live with a host family, manage daily “camps” (a true Amigo says campamentos) with community youth, and facilitate a project made by and for the entire community. Amigos offers leadership/adulthood skills, Spanish immersion, cultural immersion, and much, much more. … More Sneak Peek at Only in Amigos #2