By now you’ve probably seen that startling photo of 5-year-old Omran Daqneesh from Aleppo, Syria. Plenty of other powerful and arresting moments have been caught on camera since the start of the Syrian civil war in 2011. But none of them have managed to send shockwaves around the world quite
Go Gryphons. 1. Teachers are allowed to bang students but staff isn’t. View this image ‘ This is ironic because they’re both getting paid pretty much the same salary. 2. Reading the Sarah Lawrence Phoenix is the emotional equivalent of masturbating with sand paper View this image ‘
Rising temperatures in Japan lead to a higher proportion of girls being born than boys, according to a study in Fertility and Sterility. The observation has led the researchers to suggest that climate change could alter the mix of men and women. Certain species, particularly reptiles, engage in
With the exception of a few high-end steakhouses and restaurants that serve menu classics, tableside food preparation by confident waiters dressed in white shirts and aprons is becoming a lost and rare art. When my parents used to take me out to a fancy dinner as a child, I used to delight in
Beguiled by the mystery and grandeur of the ancient complex in the mountains, millions of tourists visit Machu Picchu every year. But it seems that humans are not the only ones to climb to the lofty peaks of the Incan citadel, as a bear has recently been filmed taking a saunter among the ruins
Jenny Lundt, a college student at Colgate University, has sparked a very heated conversational debate about ‘white privilege’ with a post that has quickly gone viral. via: Colgate In the post, which you can read below, she describes a specific instance in her college life at Colgate.
The US Army has given a company a contract, potentially valued up to $1 million, to develop a material code-named Dragon Silk. No, it isnt actually trying to replicate the mythical qualities of the scales of Drogon from Game of Thrones. However, it is possibly the far superior successor to