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Hot New Sports! Come Read All About It!

This month, I Dig Culture is celebrating Sports, a rather exciting topic to tackle. Here is an opportunity to cover the history, the physicality, t...
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Globalize Your Traditions

Tradition vs. Globalization My father’s family moved from Latvia to the United States in the 1940s. With them they brought a vast array of tradition...
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Awaken Your Spirituality

What does spirituality look like? Happy Calm Peaceful Strength Courage   Soulful Confident Clean Slate Prayer Gentle   Quiet Relaxed Bliss S...
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If I Were an Outsider, What Would I Say About Mass Media?

If I were an outsider to our “modern” and “connected” society—perhaps someone hailing from a community where mass media...
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Afraid of Your Smartphone? You’re in Good Company

Today, it is almost strange to see someone without a smartphone in hand, uncomfortable to be in a place where there is no WiFi, and unnerving to imagi...
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Take a Soloro Trip

My dream is to travel overseas and experience the many vast cultures of our world. I want to personally examine the Great Pyramids of Egypt, take a lo...
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Female Terrorist Motivations

Terrorist Culture: Not for everyone. But for some, including myself, the study terrorism as an act of communication, is interesting.  Terrorists will...
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The Amber Road

My family comes from Latvia, a beautiful Baltic country made up of various trees, rivers and lakes, and a very wide range of biodiversity. While Latvi...
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What I Learned from the Amish

Whilst waiting in a long line to board onto the Chicago AmTrak train one afternoon, I couldn’t help but to study and enjoy the presence of a large ...
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Beauty Rituals: Teeth Chiseling

Countries worldwide participate in various unique, and at times, disturbing beauty rituals and body modifications. For example, it is not uncommon for...