Stress, Is Your Major?

Recognizing stress overload: College life is full of new experiences and discoveries, deadlines and demands. For many students, this way of life can cause feelings of anxiety and stress. Stress isn’t always bad, however. In small doses, it can help motivate you to do your best and perform under pressure. But when you’re living in…

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Roy Moore

Reached Thursday, Nancy Wells, the mother of the 14-year-old girl in the Post report, confirmed the account to ABC News. Another woman featured in the Post story, Debbie Wesson Gibson, who accuses Moore of asking her on a date and kissing her when she was 17 and he was in his 30s, told ABC News…

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Should Biden became President.

Biden: ‘I regret that I am not president’ but ‘it was the right decision’ for family. Former Vice President Joe Biden delivers the annual Harvard College Class Day address, May 24, 2017, on the campus of Harvard University, in Cambridge, Mass. Steven Senne/AP Photo WATCHJoe Biden opens up: ‘I regret that I am not president’…

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Things to do on Halloween this year…

Houston Ghost Tour Ongoing Do you dare to dive into the paranormal? Houston Ghost Tour guides you through Hermann Park, recalling the history of the civil war cemetery that once laid underneath the park and other stories. The company also offers ghost tours of Old Town Spring, Humble and Tomball, as well as family friendly…

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Greatest Mysteries of Mankind

The Greatest Mysteries Of Human History: The Lost City of Atlantis The Lost City of Atlantis is one of the oldest and greatest mysteries of the world. Since ancient times, people have been trying to locate Atlantis, which is believed to have submerged after an earthquake or tsunami. Greek philosopher Plato described Atlantis as a…

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There Are Pros And Also Cons To The Gluten-Free Diet

The gluten-free diet seems to be the latest trend. When I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease four years ago, not too many people were aware of what it was. Now “gluten-free” is a buzzword. There are gluten-free restaurants, as well as new food products, and old food products in “gfree” versions to satisfy people’s needs.…

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Today in History: Oct. 11

Today is Wednesday, Oct. 11, the 284th day of 2017. Today’s Highlight in History: On Oct. 11, 1942, the World War II Battle of Cape Esperance began in the Solomon Islands, resulting in an American victory over the Japanese. On this date: In 1779, Polish nobleman Casimir Pulaski, fighting for American independence, died two days…

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Why Socrates Hated Democracy, and What We Can Do about It.

Around the world, people of all ages are finding reason to be wary of democratic government. While the western world places a high value on democracy today, this wasn’t always the case. Some of the greatest minds in the history of western civilization had strong critiques of democracy. Critiques that we would be idiots to ignore. In the Republic, Plato…

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Rethinking the Concept of “Outliers”: Why Non-Experts are Better at Disruptive Innovation

    Bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell says it takes 10,000 hours to become expert at something, whether it’s playing the guitar, charting the stars or writing software code. In his landmark book Outliers: The Story of Success, Gladwell looks at why certain people are successful and postulates that, among other things, a combination of circumstances and…

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