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High-achieving women college graduates penalised

The grades of new college graduates who are men don’t appear to matter much in their job searches, according to a new study. And female graduates may be punished for high levels of academic achievement.

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The Prowl actually better than Oracle

300 BUILDING HALLWAY– Senior Ruben Kauer recently went on a searching spree to find the best student publication and discovered The Prowl.

The Prowl is a student publication from Sonora High School which ceased its online operations at the end of last school year. 286 more words


Hillsdale College: Setting the Example

Having transferred between two public universities, I have come to observe that it is not a myth that colleges are overwhelmingly left-wing havens of indoctrination. It is indeed very real and troubling that those who we trust with educating young, impressionable minds are abusing their powerful platforms. 463 more words

Yes, You're Delusional (but it's not as bad as you think)

Delusion is a demeaning word in our society, generally reserved for insults or serious mental illness. But there is nothing inherently wrong with delusion. It’s not only part of the human experience, delusion has helped our species survive. 2,490 more words


How to deal with unconscious biases

Ever wonder repenting after doing something wrong with someone else like getting angry on trivial things, writing or speaking hateful word, condemning some action without logical reasons etc. 1,089 more words


IBM Highlights 5 Technologies It Hopes To Pioneer In 5 Years

(Source: www.inc.com)

We tend to think of innovation as being about ideas. A lone genius working in a secret lab somewhere screams “Eureka!” and the world is instantly changed. 1,227 more words

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