In recent months, universities across the United States have come into the spotlight for their collective failure to address rampant cases of on-campus sexual assault. What’s most shocking about these cases is that the institutions with the most prestigious international reputations are also the ones failing to take a strong stance against sexual assault.
My Favorite Things
We live in a world full of strange things, but have you ever heard or read of something that changed your perspective of the world?
Some of us may have heard about a cryptic primate stalking the Himalayan mountain ranges of Tibet. Traditionally, this primate is called the Yeti, but most of us know it as the ‘abominable snowman.’
The connotation of cosmetics being a tool only for feminine vanity is a modern invention. Using substances to change our appearance traces back beyond the Ancient Egyptians. Research into evolutionary psychology has shown that back in our primal days, physical “beauty” was an important factor in determining whether or not an individual was a good candidate for mating. Yes. Mating. Smooth skin, red lips, pleasant body odor, etc. were indicators of health, genetic advantages, and fertility. Think of it this way:
Last August, the Jordan Museum opened its doors to the public, with the majority of its 10 square kilometers featuring a permanent exhibition presenting visitors with the astounding 1.5 million years of Jordan’s history.
Do you watch anime? If you do, we should be besties by now, and if you don’t, then what, may I ask, are you doing with your life?
For those visiting Amman for the first time, finding the perfect places to eat out can be a bit tiresome. While the city is packed with fabulous eateries, it takes a bit of ‘trial-and-error’ for a person to learn where to go. To make life easier, The Rexonian presents to you the top five restaurants in Amman, according to a student survey conducted this year.
With the fragrance of onions and the all too familiar sound of bursting bubbles, one knows that on any given weekend in Meissa West, Ahmad Nabhani ’15, can be found making Kabsa.
With a bit of lateral thinking the title can be interpreted in a number of ways regarding the experience that King’s has been going through.