The Johnson Journal

Art of the sciences

    People have hinted to me that I’m not the greatest mathematician.   I’m guilty as charged if we’re talking strictly about algebra and numbers. Most times, I defend myself against these attacks by claiming I enjoy writing and can’t understand the first thing about numbers. I’d defer to the whole “left brain” and…

Columns: Follow in their footsteps

h academic year instills a mix of nostalgia and introspection in students. With enough school days left to count on one hand, students usually turn their collective attention toward reminiscing – and rightfully so. Each year affords so many things: successes, failures and the countless memories made in the process. Now, engaging in my own…

Think happy thoughts

  I’m a sucker for good theories. Whether they are conspiratorial, philosophical or comical, I find enjoyment in entertaining a novel thought or viewpoint. Recently, a good friend of mine explained a theory to me that I hadn’t heard of yet. The theory is known as the “Law of Attraction.” At the risk of oversimplifying,…