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Our “Lifestyle” & “Everything Is Art” sections we report on the latest trends in fashion, personal technology, food and recipe ideas and reviews, relationship advice, travel. And we discuss habits, attitudes, tastes and moral standards—anything pertaining to the manner in which we live.

Don’t Have To Be Jeff Bezos To Travel (The World)

By: Shri Bala, Editor
You do not have to be rich to travel. When the word “travel” comes to mind--costly transport is a resort. Is it possible to travel without spending copious amounts of money? It is, indeed.
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Northrop Grumman Provides Diversity in STEM Panel for Middle School Students

Northrop Grumman Provides Diversity in STEM Panel for Middle School Students

By: Gabrielle Carpenter, Editor
Northrop Grumman Corporation provided serious and helpful lessons to a group of 60 middle schoolers in the Washington, D.C. area at Luther Jackson Middle School.  In a panel discussion, moderated by students, engineers from Northrop weighed in on the issues of the day, including getting ahead in the tech workplace as a person of color.
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What To Know Before Getting A Dog

By: Peyton Danner, Journalist
Over 45 percent of American households own at least one dog as a pet.
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March Madness The Most Exciting Time For Basketball

By: Grady Clipper, Journalist
March madness is the peak of the college basketball season. It is when the NCAA committee chooses the best 64 teams to go to the tournament to compete for a national championship.
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Why Do We Feel Tired?

By: Nathan Britton, Journalist
During the night, your brain's Circadian Rhythm tells your pineal gland to produce melatonin. Circadian Rhythms are basically, when you see light, your brain thinks you should be awake, but when you see darkness it thinks you should be asleep.
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The Dubai International Airport

The Dubai International Airport

By: Zach Bloom, Journalist
The airport is already the biggest in the world and this extension is only going to make it larger.
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The History Of NFL Stadiums

By: Teddy Dehn, Journalist
NFL Stadiums Are One Of A Kind, But Which Stand Out The Most. From The Five Billion Dollar Super Stadium To A Stadium That's Been In Use For A Century Here Are Some Of The Most Memorable Stadiums In Football History
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How Does Technology Improve Performance In Sports?

By: Brian Mazariegos , Journalist
Today's technology really helps out sports by preventing injuries.
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All About Cave of the Winds

By: Dominik Rudnicki, Reporter
This is Cave of the Winds, and how it's decks were built.
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The Fermi Paradox, And The Great Filter

By: Robert Martirosyan, Journalist
If aliens exist, then where are they? This theory attempts to piece together why we can't find these extraterrestrials.
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The Super Mario Effect-How It Can Help Engineers

By: Devum Agarwal , Reporter
The Super Mario Effect is defined as focusing on the end goal, not the failures that you might encounter.
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Misinformation About Covid-19 May Keep the Virus Around For Longer Than Wanted

By: Devum Agarwal , Reporter
Unfortunately, many people have been using big social media platforms to spread misinformation about the COVID-19 virus.
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