Gerald Ford: The Commuter-in-Chief
The commute to work is something many professionals have had to contend with – including the 38th President of the United States. Sam Marks explores Gerald Ford’s unconventional start to his presidency.
Bauhaus Design and Its Influence on Typography and German National Identity
The Bauhaus, founded in 1919 in Weimar, Germany, was dedicated to combining function and aesthetic. Meenakshi Nirmalan investigates the political origins of the movement, including how its avant garde vision challenged the Nazi party.
Origin of the Graham Cracker
Few biscuits are as iconic as the graham cracker, but how did this treat gain such widespread popularity? Sam Marks explores the history of this humble cracker in our first Retroshort.