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David Fincher’s “Fight Club” and Consumerism 20 Years Later

How is the message of “Fight Club” still relevant today? Is there a way to flee the consumerist system, or are we doomed for brands, logos, and samples?
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Meet Rhythm and Blues Princesses, Chloe X Halle!

It is easy to forget, how impactful the internet truly is. For the musical community, the internet is a huge substantial source of creativity, network, and global recognition. The power of the internet is strong beyond words. An offspring of the internet, that sets to redefine and expand Rhythm and Blues boundaries are sister singing group, “Chloe X Halle”.
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Free Online Courses – Kyoto University

Kyoto University also goes by the name Kyodai. The university is ranked 2nd in Japan is one of the top universities in the world. They have many faculties, from education, law, economics to agriculture and several others in between.
People In Search Of Opinions Or Opinions That Hunt For People

People In Search Of Opinions Or Opinions That Hunt For People

Who or what forms our opinion regarding the events that are happening around us? We cogitate about that quite often, but we rarely put our conclusions to a test, somehow believing that our judgments occur naturally on the basis of brain activity.



Cultural Exchange Programs

Funded Cultural Exchange Programs

“Not better, not worse, just different!” This is a go-to motto amongst exchange students when they discover new traditions and peculiarities of their host countries. Cultural exchange programs have become a solution to building bridges between countries and creating opportunities for collaboration. In this article we will cover several scholarships for creatives to immerse into new cultures and benefit from new connections.
5 top TED talks

Top 5 TED Talks on Leadership, Life, and Education

TED talks have become a source of education and inspiration for people of all ages all around the globe. What can you learn about leadership, life, and technology from some of the best ideas worth sharing? We've picked our 5 favorite TED talks for you! 
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International Day for Universal Access to Information

“Information is power”, is written in the UN webpage, as describing the importance of International Day for Universal Access to Information, annually observed on 28 September. In order to raise awareness of the importance of universal access to information, the UN General Assembly has proclaimed 28th of September as such. In this article, we will elaborate on why universal access to information is the keystone of inclusive, democratic, and healthy societies with Access Info Europe, a human rights organization dedicated to promoting and protecting the right of access to information.
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Why Most People Avoid Responsibility?

As soon as an individual becomes an adult, irrespective of his or her origin, gender, or personal qualities, he/she inherits one really huge and heavy reality which will never go away – the requirement to take responsibility. The more you grow, the more achievements you realize, and simply the further you move on from a happy child’s world, where everything comes to you almost immediately and effortlessly, the greater will be the responsibilities that you will be required to take on.



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Global Banking Internship at HSBC in London

Global Banking Internships will inspire you to apply your skills in an international business and allow you to explore your interests within either Corporate Banking or Investment Banking. The internship is designed for upper-classmen and recent graduates. Internships last from 5-16 weeks and placements are available in corporate and investment banking. The start date is in June 2021. The deadline is on 5 January 2021.
International Scholarships for Women 2021-2022

International Scholarships for Women 2021-2022

She Began Magazine invites women from around the world to apply for the 2021-2022 international scholarship. There is no application fee to apply. Scholarships are offered to undergrad, master and doctoral program students to pursue science, engineering or medicine. The deadline is on 28 December 2020.
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Are Humans More Honest Than Dishonest? An Interview with Professor Alain Cohn

Humans can be surprisingly more honest than one might imagine. The results of studies conducted by eminent researchers can sometimes be a revelation to the researchers themselves, honesty can also be different depending upon culture, education and even climate. In this interview with Professor Alain Cohn we get several insights.

Living Science Fiction: When A Passion For Astrophysics Changes The World

From the time he was a kid, Dr. Marko Stalevski was drawn to the unknown and outer space. His interest led to an education in astrophysics, which took him to research and a PhD degree at the age of 30. Now, his office is in the Atacama Desert, and his projects look like scenes from Star Wars. One of the youngest EU experts for black holes tells his story, pointing out that knowledge, persistence, and hard work are the only way to great discoveries.

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Portrait of a cyborg

Human Cyborgs: Neil Harbisson and Future Possibilities

The definition of a cyborg is a person whose physical abilities are extended beyond normal human limitations by mechanical elements built into the body. Based on this loose definition, many humans can be considered cyborgs. However, there are people who have actually been legally recognized as cyborgs. Neil Harbisson may have been one of the first to be classified a real-life cyber human. It is likely, however, that there will be more in the future, especially since more than 70% of people surveyed are willing to augment their brains and bodies in order to improve their employment prospects.

Turning Plastic into Fuel

According to National Geographic, less than 5% of the plastic manufactured each year is recycled globally, with the production of the material set to increase by 3.8% every year until 2030, adding to the 6.3 billion tonnes churned out since production began 60 years ago. Most of this plastic ends up in our oceans, becoming a disruption for marine ecosystems, and researchers say it would take a minimum of 450 years for it to biodegrade, if ever. So what are we doing in this regard, to help make things better?
The education of the future

Education for the Future – Which Skills Will Be Essential for 2050?

With technology developing faster than ever, the world of working is changing too. In order to keep up with the challenges of the future, education must adapt to the new environment. But which changes are necessary, and which skills will be essential for the next 30 years? In an interview with Kolbrún Pálsdóttir I wanted to find out how the world of education will have to change in the next three decades, in a world with artificial intelligence, automation, and evolving technology. 

Youth Global Forum 2019: Host City and the Theme are Announced

Youth Time International movement announces its 5th Youth International Global Forum. The event will bring together more than 100 young...