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'Experts' Zero-In on New ‘Disease’

Turn on any TV show or watch any commercial and what you will most likely see are scenes with characters consisting of strong, smart women and dopey and weak men. 701 more words


18-11 Segment 1: Drunkorexia


It’s a fact that college students drink, and often in large quantities. Students are also quite familiar with the phenomenon of the ‘Freshman 15,’ the inevitable weight gain that comes along with the frequent consumption of alcohol. 458 more words

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Getting to Know Reporters Builds Trust

Getting to know reporters builds trust: Pictures and bios of reporters are “trust indicators,” write Alex Curry and Natalie (Talla) Jomini Stroud about a Center for Media Engagement trust project experiment. 37 more words


Journey to Belize: Bones and Visitors

This post continues the retelling of my recent trip to Belize: participating in an archaeology field school and learning about jaguar conservation. The other posts in this series are located in the “ 658 more words


Edgar Allan Poe and Me: A Questionable Partnership or, The Maven

Why? Because–A friend, calling to confirm David and I would meet her and her husband the next day at the Harry Ransom for the Edgar Allan Poe exhibit, reported her house was being leveled for the second time in three years. 923 more words

SHOCKINGLY UGLY!!! Two Faced Chelsey Brielle Lucio Slickly Covers Up Her True Malevolent Self With Fake Kindness and Sweetness

Here is even more SHOCKING TRUTH about Chelsey Lucio, all the way down to its core.

First of all, it is ridiculous so few people have even just bare minimum of insight or wisdom to see through the abnormality of Chelsey Lucio’s overly sweet, loving and flirtatious character and behaviors. 503 more words

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UT-Austin students sound off on the removal of Confederate statues

One of the things the University of Texas-Austin did at the last minute to prepare for students to start the school year: remove statues honoring the Confederacy… 881 more words