Society

Greater Sage Grouse Evades Endangered Species List

Being the largest type of grouse in North America, the greater Sage Grouse is characterized physically as having a spiky tail and abundant feathers. Their diet consists of sagebrush, insects, and plants. Male grouses have a variety of colors like white on the chest and prominent yellow sacs by the …

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What is the True Definition of An Askhole

Definition-of-an-askhole

“If you don’t want a friend in life, just adopt a dog.” What’s the point in having friends if we can’t have them there to support us, give us advice and make life interesting and fun — and vice versa? The beauty of friendship is in the reciprocated act of love, …

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About Suicides, in the Wake of Two Suicides Abroad

After reading about the suicides of two Pakistani youths, I want to put a light on suicides. These happen and are prevalent worldwide. According to the American Foundation on Suicide Prevention, approximately 12 to 13 deaths take place in every 100,000 people. Worldwide, according to Befriends.org, 16 in every 100,000 …

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12-Year-Old Girl, Beats Einstein and Stephen Hawking to get Top Score in IQ Test

12-Year-Old Girl, Beats Einstein and Stephen Hawking to get Top Score in IQ Test

British schoolgirl Lydia Sebastian joined the 1 per cent of those who have sat the exam who have obtained the highest mark of 162, putting her in the top 99.9th percentile of the population. Lydia, from Essex, described the fiendishly difficult intelligence test as “easy”, according to Cascade news agency. She …

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Back to School 2015

Back to School 2015

Is it already that time again? It is for some and for others it is the words and time of year they dread, “Back to school.” We anticipate summer break to be a long vacation, and then we complain that it was not enough. Besides that, let me talk about …

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