Part Two

23 Feb 19
Evans News Report

By: Brian Evans Over the past few years, the American economy has shifted from a state of stagnant growth, into a booming and prosperous American economic machine! In fact, the overall, job creation over the past year saw 2.6 million new jobs and 2.3 million in 2016. Therefore, since President Trump took office two years […]

23 Feb 19
Mass Communication Students' Association (UNILAG)

I sat back and watched them laugh hard while watching an Instagram comedy skit. I made a few chuckles here and there. But nothing extra, and that was how my life had been for the past fifteen years. Nothing extra. It all began when I woke up one summer afternoon, and for the first time […]

23 Feb 19
Doris's life in university

North Korea warns of the food crisis, slashes rations before the next leaders’ summit This news article mainly talks about the food shortage in North Korea and the local government decides to reduce the amount of food provided to the food market. Therefore, the price of food will increase, and each consumer can purchase less […]

23 Feb 19
Adoption and Foster Care

Winona Jean Carlson, owner of Jean Marie’s Fabrics in Springfield, Oregon, is 80 years old and still works 60 hours a week. She opened her store 42 years ago and works as a seamstress, tailor and teacher. But Carlson’s most beautiful work may not be her craft. She and her husband adopted three daughters—all from […]

23 Feb 19
Amber Brite Props

I’ve heard this argument a lot over the past couple of years. As someone who enjoys doing both regular cosplay and sexy cosplay… there’s a couple of things I feel like I need to point out. And let’s start with this: No. Sexy Cosplay is not what’s ruining Cosplay. Sexy Cosplayers are not what is […]

23 Feb 19
A Mended Drum

‘The Sounds of Thunder’ In this episode, we go to Saru’s homeworld, Kaminar, as a new red signal hovers over the planet. Saru lost his threat ganglia and has evolved in to a being that is not limited by fear and we explore what it means for a Kelpian to be without fear. It was […]

23 Feb 19
Rob Baker

Life sometimes gives you the opportunity to make a difference. A recent trip to Nepal provided me and some friends with opportunities for adventures and helping people. We all survived and came home with some great memories. Here is the story of that trip. It had been 6 years since I had been to Nepal […]

23 Feb 19
Saahasik in Goa

So, I had been assigned to work at the day shelter in Calangute – two local bus rides away – the commute is a ‘saahasik'(adventure) in itself but I’ll leave that for later. The first hour at the shelter can only be described as a baptism of fire – I was left alone in a […]

23 Feb 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Group

Like fashion, beauty has its own separate cool club of statement pieces—the iconic, famous, celeb-, esthetician-, dermatologist-, editor-, makeup artist–loved products virtually everyone has tried, promptly purchased, and consistently re-stocked. Regardless of how many new launches we see and test every year (believe us, that number is in the hundreds), there are certain products that […]

23 Feb 19
alygeorges

Whatever you do, no matter the circumstances, don’t lose hope. All other virtues are premised on this one and this is in the sense that desperation makes us do things we wouldn’t ordinarily do. Desperation makes good people do bad things. For instance, hunger could make a person steal if they do not have better […]

23 Feb 19
THE NEXT RUSH MAGAZINE

Long before equality there were a handful of allies you can name on one hand that the community will never forget.   ANZ is one of those names to hang their nads out there for the LGBTIQ+ community long before the rest of the corporate world thought it was cool and trendy enough to throw […]

23 Feb 19
Ozone Market Reports

Ozone Market Reports projects that the Power Banks market size will grow from USD XX Million in 2017 to USD XX Million by 2023, at an estimated CAGR of XX%. The base year considered for the study is 2017, and the market size is projected from 2018 to 2023. Power banks are products that are […]

23 Feb 19
Articels

The Karachi Bakery outlet in Bengaluru has covered half of its signboard. An outlet of the Karachi Bakery in Bengaluru on Friday covered up the ‘Karachi’ part of its signboard after a group of people assembled outside the shop in protest against its name. The incident came amid reports of Kashmiris being targeted across India […]

23 Feb 19
Wu's Blog

Part 1:In this article, I am going to talk about a event that is reported in The New York Times in February 21 and this event is that USA Today searched old college yearbooks for blackface photos and found one published by one of its editors. USA Today is an internationally distributed American daily, newspaper […]

23 Feb 19
savilleblog

My son is currently back in New Zealand for a bit of a holiday. A fair number of our conversations over the last few days have centred on Yuval Noah Harari’s latest book which he is currently reading. Naturally I  quickly turned to the section dealing with Education to see what he had to say […]

23 Feb 19
Tiny Human, Big Adventure

Well… I’m glad that week is over! The last 5 days felt like they dragged on forever. It’s been 5 days of bribes, stress and a lot of raising voices. The two boys I’m tutoring both hate school which isn’t an ideal situation for me as I’ve got them in school from 8am to 2:30pm. […]