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Everyday Oxymorons

Are you trying to figure out what this word actually means? The oxymoron, defined...

The Cargill Global Scholars Program for to Undergraduates from in Brazil, China, India, Russia,...

The Cargill Global Scholars Program (CGSP) is a distinctive, two-year scholarship program that provides...

The Importance of Risk Management

In the modern world of globalization and development, where it seems that each and every individual has room for self-realization, the number of businesses grows remorselessly and rapidly. However, there is another side of the same coin, as always, and in this case, it...

Nicolas Fedrigo: Revolutionary Invention Created at the Kitchen Counter

Nicolas Fedrigo from Canada, only 17, is becoming a promising superstar in the world of scientific innovations thanks to his fascinations with advanced technologies. Grade 12 student from Claremont Secondary School has won a first place award at 30th EU Contest for Young Scientists...

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Everyday Things Now, That People Once Used As Status Symbols

Humans, since the beginning of time have been an amusing species, always out to...

The Importance of Risk Management

In the modern world of globalization and development, where it seems that each and...

The Insider’s Travel Guide To Thessaly

As we move on through the beautiful regions of Greece, we now stop at Thessaly. We are heading more towards the South now, so buckle up and enjoy the ride. Be ready to get an urge to pack your luggage and leave immediately for Thessaly . . . because, Greece is not only a good place for summer holidays, it is also great for any season.

J’accuse: Empowering Citizens’ Voices through Theatre Insights from Isabelle Jonniaux, Belgian Comedian

Giving voice to citizens’ individual rights is the purpose of the theatre play J’accuse, the title of which may send readers to research literary references. The show brings together five ordinary and millennial women who express, through monologues, their day-to-day dissatisfactions. Isabelle Jonniaux, one of the comedians in J’accuse and artistic director at the multi-disciplinary cultural space Atelier210 in Brussels, gives us details from backstage.

On the Way to Reducing the Highest Suicide Rate in the World: the Story...

Mental illnesses and neurological disorders affect every fourth inhabitant of the small South American country of...

Inspirational Quotes For The New Year

Year after year, the end of the previous year traditionally is good for contemplation....

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