Monthly Archive: March, 2015

Stress Conversations-A Journey through Poetry, Art, Tech and Wearables

“If you will stay close to nature, to its simplicity, to the small things hardly noticeable, those things can unexpectedly become great and immeasurable.” — Rainer Maria Rilke Maybe Wearables provide us with… Continue reading

Why High School Students Should Study Abroad

President Obama is profoundly right to try making community college more accessible. But we need to make studying abroad more accessible, too. Twenty years ago, I spent my junior year of high school… Continue reading

Does the Fine-Tuning Argument Work?

Bestselling author Eric Metaxas’s recent op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal on how science increasingly proves God immediately became both exceedingly popular and controversial. (Content is behind a paywall. So here’s his… Continue reading

Michael Dick Masturbated In Tickle Creek: Oregon Cops

A convicted sex offender with an unfortunate name was arrested for allegedly masturbating and cops said he could be linked to several flashing incidents. Michael Gordon Dick, 53, of Grisham, Oregon was arrested… Continue reading

Don’t Wait to Get off a College Waitlist

If you’re reading this article, you most likely know one of the tens of thousands of seniors placed on college waitlists, the new strategy for enrollment management. If these teens really want to… Continue reading

A New Twist on the Old Story About What’s Holding Women Back

Photo Credit: Notorious91 via iStock By: Jennifer Farrer Everyone is talking about the challenges women face in reaching the top of the corporate world, and it seems like every version of the explanation… Continue reading

How to Be Smart In a World of Dumb Leaders

Creative Commons photo by Quasic It Can’t Be Done No one can fix your leaders for you. If you’re an executive or a middle-level manager and you’re frustrated with your leaders and managers… Continue reading

Tyaina Finch Charged In Murder Of Police Officer Boyfriend Mark Hudson

MEDIA, Pa. (AP) — The girlfriend of an off-duty police officer has been charged with shooting him to death inside his Philadelphia-area home. Authorities in Delaware County charged 27-year-old Tyaina Finch of Glenolden… Continue reading

Seven Enticing Destinations on Latin America’s Cacao Route

Travel to the origin of chocolate to soak up the culture of cacao and discover how to make it yourself. BELIZE 1. Punta Gorda, Toledo THE FESTIVAL In the far south of Belize,… Continue reading

Do You Kiss Yourself in the Mirror

My son loves his reflection. Even when he thought the person staring back at him was another awesome baby, he would squeal and smile whenever his “friend” came to visit. Now that he… Continue reading