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Playing with a “boring” topic

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“Climate change is boring”. Ask a journalist why does he leave aside such an important topic and most of them would tell you that in half a second, without further details. There are… Read More

The Migration of Saguaro

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This is a force migration of Saguaro cactus: the queen of the Sonoran desert. The wind and flood took the Saguaros to the “uncanny” world – they killed them. This autumn I saw… Read More

Think global act local

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  Written by Krista Kull, edited by Amanda Ames. One way to do something to reduce our carbon footprint is to try to change the way we live. Every human being has to… Read More

The debate over global warming

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By Sepeedeh Hashemian Reviewed by Lila Devi Ojha I remember when I was in high school the topic of global warming was very controversial. Part of the controversy had to do with whether… Read More

Teamwork: The best process for learning

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By Lila Ojha Dhakal and Sepeedeh Hashemian Teamwork is a method of learning that builds an individual’s professional knowledge and skills but also allows them to grow personally. The size of the team… Read More

International Cooking Extravaganza

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Written by Sholpan Zhaksybaeva and Elizabeth Blackburn Cooking by Sholpan Zhaksybaeva, Elizabeth Blackburn, and Vlad Odobescu We thought that the best way to show teamwork would be to put it into action. We can… Read More

Teamwork: Compromise is the Key to Success

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Written by Meiti Prang and Tabu Butagira Like most students, both of us have busy schedules. Therefore, it can be difficult to find a convenient time to meet up and work together on… Read More

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

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Written By: Krista Kull and Amanda Ames Chances are at some point you’ve had to work with a team on a project. Given the right team we can accomplish much more in a… Read More

Aung San Suu Kyi: An Icon or a politician?

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Aung San Suu Kyi is a product of incredible privilege. Her father Aung San, was a revered liberation leader who fought for his country’s independence. Meanwhile, Suu Kyi’s mother enjoyed a distinguished career as a… Read More

“Leadership on Opposite Sides of the Frontline”

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 By: Elizabeth Blackburn With: Armen Sargsyan Andrew Romanov Evaldas La Being a leader does not always mean one does what is best for his or her people. Sometimes a leader is one who… Read More

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