I had the pleasure of interviewing bionic actress Angel Giuffria about growing up without a left arm, biomechatronics, acting, discrimination and her research in psychology.
She was such a lovely person to interview. We shared plenty of laughs and nerdy talk about prosthetic limb technology. There are also beautiful moments where the interview becomes more personal and emotive.
Enjoy! Continue reading People with prosthetic limbs can be actors too. Just ask Hollywood bionic actress Angel Giuffria.
Kids are attracted to all sorts of things in life. Whether it’s ballet or soccer or painting or whatever. Kids with disabilities are the same way. I think kids with special needs deserve the same opportunities because you never know what could spark from somebody. Continue reading How this ballet school is making a difference in the lives of typical and special needs kids is incredible
I remember reading Romeo and Juliet in high school. It is the classic romantic story of two young lovers who find each other through fate. Finding that special someone in this day and age may not come as easily to some people as it did for Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers. So, what can people do in finding and maintaining their love for a romantic partner? Continue reading Can mathematics help people find true love?
For people who have lived through or are currently in their twenties would know that this can be a turbulent, but rewarding decade. A decade filled with investing into our values, interests, relationships, aspirations and exploring what this world has to offer us with child-like wonder. Continue reading How millennials are navigating the waters of adulthood