We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent developments and occurrences in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news we speak about worrying drop in applications for PhDs as a result of Brexit, Nigerian government's plan to build technology hubs at universities and Indonesian Islamic university that decided to ban burqas on campus.
Meditation, according to its wider definition, can be considered a technique that relaxes the body and calms the thoughts to make the practitioner feel more comfortable, pleasant, and relaxed. In its narrower definition, meditation is a spiritual discipline that through the acquired skill of controlling the mind and body allows a deeper and closer contact with the practitioner’s mental state and his soul. It is a program by which the body and soul are aligned, connected, and merged with the goal of achieving a sense of freedom, joy, satisfaction, self-confidence, and happiness.
Social networks are filling up with events and announcements, promising another series of mixes with new tracks. Another spring and summer party season is just around the corner, so it is not a bad idea to do a little research into what the DJs and producers are cooking up in their studios. Below are some of my personal favorite radio shows and podcasts that will satisfy anyone’s taste when it comes to electronic music. For those of you who want to enjoy some awesome but not so popular (undetected) tracks, these podcasts will steal your ears.
Have you ever had the experience of buying something or doing something, feeling so excited and later, wondering why you did it or actually, what was the force that pushed you to do what you did? The truth is more than simple: 95% of our decisions are made emotionally and unconsciously, and rationalized later, consciously. That is the reason why emotional advertising has made many companies successful ones. Hence, does the message play any role at all, or has it has been irretrievably replaced by emotions?
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We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent developments and occurrences in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news we speak about how Soros-backed Central European University in Budapest is being Reaccredited, Palestinian graduates' demand for degree recognition and jobs, and suggestion that Swiss higher education needs reform.