Solomon R Guggenheim Museum designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

As UNESCO Honors Frank Lloyd Wright, A Look at His Works

July 18, 2019

UNESCO’s World Heritage List has added eight buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright, according to AP reporters. A spokesperson cited Wright’s influence on European architecture as being of historical importance. His use of steel and concrete was one-of-a-kind construction. […]

Soccer fans cheering on team in stadium

2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Win Raises Equal Pay Questions

July 17, 2019

The crowd at the Women’s World Cup finals chanted “Equal pay!” after the U.S. win, CBS News reported. The lack of an equal rights provision in the U.S. Constitution is often cited as a form of discrimination long overdue for fixing. Why isn’t equal pay in the Constitution? […]

View of The Shard in London

Free Climber Ascends London Skyscraper, Showing Daredevil Personality

July 14, 2019

A Londoner climbed The Shard, a 310-meter skyscraper, mostly without ropes, “The Guardian” reported Monday. Although he isn’t the first person to scale the building, his disregard for his own safety raises questions about our individual personalities. Why do we engage in high-risk activities? […]

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