Ever since former President Bush unveiled the America Competes Act, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education has been on the fore front of many federal debates that focus on education. These STEM Initiatives are aimed at re-establishing the United States of America as some of the World's leading scientific minds and technological innovators. However, there are several opponents to the STEM Initiative that say focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is not enough. They don't discount the importance of gaining a specific expertise in these fields, but say that there must be a push for a well rounded education that includes creativity by focusing on the Arts as well. How important is it to foster the creative as well as the intellectual? At the same time, does Mathematica offer the artistic and analytic a chance to meet in the middle (design, arts, entertainment, etc...)?