Kanthi Karumbunathan

Kanthi Karumbunathan

Kanthi Karumbunathan is a rising junior at Jesuit High School Portland. She is the leader of the Science Olympiad chapter at her school and has participated at the national level twice. Her passion and dedication to science have also led her to become one of the leaders of Portland Junior Scientists — an organization that teaches science through interactive experiments at title one elementary schools. Kanthi completed her Bharathnatyam (Indian classical dance) graduation at the age of 13, and has continued on to become a teaching assistant at her dance school: the Kalabharathi School of Dance. This past year she became a member of the Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation’s Visioning Task Force. In her free time Kanthi enjoys playing the violin, reading almost anything, and occasionally binge-eating Hershey’s chocolate.


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An Examination of the Risks and Benefits of Moral Neuroenhancement

An Examination of the Risks and Benefits of Moral Neuroenhancement


Introduction Neuroenhancement is the means of enhancing the functions and capabilities of the human brain through the use of drugs {5}. When contemplating the uses of neuroenhancement, the first idea that likely comes to mind is heightening the cognitive functions of the brain such as memory. Cognitive function, though a popular example, is not ...