Benefit

09 Dec 18
THE PAPER

By: Spencer Sabahat Even 402 years after his death, the works of the famed Bard of Avon, William Shakespeare, are still enjoyed by many across the globe, both through the pages of a play and as elaborate performances on stage. Additionally, his multitudes of plays, sonnets and poems are studied extensively in almost every high-school […]

09 Dec 18
croaking cassandra

The QV house prices indices for November for each of the territorial local authority areas were released last week.  Much of the headline coverage is around the fact that in the last year Auckland prices have barely changed, while those in places like Dunedin, Invercargill, Palmerston North and Whanganui have shown double-digit rates of increase.  […]

09 Dec 18
esteriayaoba

The rate at which people have picked interest in the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies has increase tremendously in the past 3 years, but then we have also had an increase in cryptocurrency exchanges. These security Breaches and stolen funds have been the order of the day.There has been a need for a standard platform that […]

09 Dec 18
How To Live Foreclosure

As a person familiar with both investing and home improvement, I see this market as a time of reflection. Our past action have brought us to a point where many home owners are faced with loosing their home. Many homeowners are faced with losing their home without making a dime. There are many opportunities out […]

09 Dec 18
Medical Nutritional Therapy

Healthy, sedentary or moderately active individuals eating western diet usually meet and even exceed their protein needs. However, everyone’s protein needs are individualized based on weight, BMI, age, medical history, current condition and physical activity. For healthy individuals, (sedentary to moderately active) 0.8-1 gm protein per kilogram per day is recommended.   The most determined faintness enthusiasts working out at  high intensity for […]

09 Dec 18
Isaac Thorhaug's Blog

Building relationships with students is the easiest way to build senses of trust and respect between the teacher and students. Both teachers and students will greatly benefit from a strong relationship. Students who trust their teacher will be a lot more willing to open up and share sensitive information about their personal lives. Students will […]

09 Dec 18
WMU-AAUP Blog

Leadership Transitions + Lame-Duck Legislation: The More Things Change… |  Letter to the faculty from WMU-AAUP President Lisa Minnick (2013-18) | December 7, 2018 |   Dear colleagues, Last week when I started thinking about what I would say in this message, I was thinking about how much has changed over the last six years, particularly since […]

09 Dec 18

Blogmas Day 9 Hello all my holly jolly Christmas lovers! I’m back after a two day Blogmas hiatus, did you miss me? When I first announced that I was participating in Blogmas, I told you guys that I would do my best to post every single day starting December 1st until Christmas. Don’t worry, I […]

09 Dec 18
Critical Reading Latif Abdul Muis

By Honor Whiteman Fasting is commonly associated with the month of Ramadan. As you read this, billions of Muslims around the world are engaging in this declaration of faith that involves abstaining from food and drink from dawn until dusk. While fasting for Ramadan is down to spiritual beliefs, many of us choose to fast […]

09 Dec 18
Tori's Stories

I have given myself some time to reflect on goals that I believe will be the most influential and useful for me. I wanted to choose goals that will help me improve emotionally, mentally, and physically, so that I can better myself throughout next semester. I also wanted to choose goals that I felt were […]

09 Dec 18
Tarot Whimsy

I follow the lovely Tarotmum13, who always comes up with some great spreads. Here is her Self-Care Spread: For each of these checks, Tarotmum13 also has a list of suggested activities that I suggest you check out on her site! For this spread, I used the Moon Void Tarot. It’s the deck I use when […]

09 Dec 18
THE PAPER

By: Sydney Eichenbaum “The Hate U Give”  is a groundbreaking movie inspired by Angie Thomas’ novel of the same name that deals with the modern issue of gun violence, police brutality, gang violence and racism by opening the lens as to what the Black Lives Matter movement means. The title is a reference to a […]

09 Dec 18
B3

The uncultured swine; an answer to starvation in growing populations? With christmas around the corner, it makes sense to address a problem highlighted at this time of the year. The human population is growing. By 2100, the number of people in the world is expected to rise by around 42% to 11.2 billion. With starvation […]