Have a look around at the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math projects the Macaulay classes of 2024 and 2025 have created this semester! Explore by themes, campuses, professors, seminars, and even our keyword folksonomy.
The root of this study’s importance stems from our need to, as humans, neutralize the threat. Due to our instinctual (and usually unnecessary) violence towards insects, urban ecosystems surrounding human living spaces generally display a lack of small wildlife. The insects and bugs our environments need to thrive are being disproportionately wiped out by uninformed humans.
Our study aims to answer the following: does our previous lifestyle (traveling, past experiences, residency) alter how an individual currently perceives and behaves towards bugs?
Noise and silence both describe sounds. As humans, sounds have a direct influence on our emotions. The city and the countryside are the epitomai of noise vs. silence.
This monument is located in Flushing Meadows, Corona Park. The area went from Ash dump to a clean and renovated park.
I wanted to showcase artists whose art commented on important social issues in their community. As I began collecting pictures, I decided to include artwork from places outside of just NYC.
Spotted Lanternflies are an invasive species that has been recently spotted in New York and Pennsylvania. We examine if this species poses a risk to natural and agricultural plant life.
Take a stroll through my thoughts from this moment in time.
A tale of regret and a song of injustice
War is constantly evolving and has come a long way but how will war be fought in the near future?
Lois Mailou Jones was an American Artist in the 20th century, who created various art-pieces. I discuss a few of her pieces and discuss their connections to the Harlem Renaissance.
An exploration into some of the elements of Romanian Folk Music