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Embarking on a New Journey

Being freshman at a new school is already a tough transision. But lucky for you, you’re not the only new person at your school. But it’s not so great when you’re a transfer student in the middle of a school year. 268 more words

Suno Autumn/Winter 2011 Ready to Wear Collection

With hairstyle’s reminding me of Marie Antoinette times, where it’s all teased and piled up high. Yet the designs didn’t reflect that at all. There were a plethora of patterns mostly with floral’s. 90 more words


Leave Room for Pudding

So what should I wear for a casual bite?

Nothing too fancy, and nothing too tight.

I want to look hot, and I want to look good, 22 more words


Some of Louisiana’s wrongfully convicted are being freed by science

8.29.2016 / By Benjamin Siele

The Innocence Project and other advocacy groups are relying on forensics to challenge the politics of punishment in Louisiana and to present relief to communities of color. 525 more words

HBSciU Science Writing Fellowship

From Living Roads to EZ Farms, IBM Research looks to transform Africa’s economy

Turning Africa into a leading economy will require the use of science to solve the continent’s decades-old challenges.

7.31.2016 / By Benjamin Siele

Africa’s traditional problems—among them, drought, hunger, disease, underdevelopment, and youth unemployment—continue to plague the continent. 711 more words

HBSciU Science Writing Fellowship