Hi everyone! I'm Victoria and I'm a junior English major at Haverford. The technology which has been most integral to my intellectual development is the computer. My ability to interact with a computer from a young age has allowed me to develop a basic proficiency with this technology. However I still feel significantly limited in my knowledge of computing-- I primarily use the computer for writing papers, research, social networking, etc. Last year I took "World of Computing" at Haverford, which allowed be to get a glimpse of the complexities of this technology. I learned basic html, worked with Alice (program designing software), used python, and learned other basics of computer science.
I think there are so many reasons why Darwin's theory of evolution is one of the greatest ever conceived and developed. There's the story behind it, the Beagle voyage, the social implications, Darwin's reluctance to publish, which is pretty incredible. There's also the fact that the intellectual rigor and experimentation Darwin applied to his theory, spending years testing his theory in every way he possibly could, which is one of the reasons Darwin is so representative of how science and scientists should be. But I've always been attracted to how the theory of evolution is so beautifully applicable to fields outside of biology. There's now a field of psychology referred to as evolutionary psychology, it has affected anthropologists, doctors, scientists,
Hey guys, I'm Aybala. I'm a junior Psychology major and Education minor. I guess the form of technology that first pops into my head as having a great effect to my life is airplanes. As someone with a family split across the ocean, planes come in handy (or maybe not) in being able to see everyone I'm supposed to see.
Hi Everyone. My name is Alex Shin. I'm a junior chemistry major from Haverford.