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Stanford University professor of education Mitchell Stevens has stated that he believes the traditional four-year on-campus experience of many college students is not the best way for them to learn. Part of the problem is that colleges and universities aren’t as well regulated as lower-grade schools, so it can...

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For the many people living without internet in the United States, the local library is their only access to the benefits of online connectivity. From research to job hunting, internet access is an integral part of twenty-first century life. Unfortunately, many libraries have limited hours, making them inaccessible to...

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Touted as a safer alternative to smoking, using an electronic cigarette — a practice known as vaping — has come under fire from politicians looking to ban the device’s use in public. Now “e-cigs” are receiving criticism from another source: Japan’s Health Ministry. The Department of Environmental Health-National Institute...

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The average person spends about $15,630 to furnish a living room completely, but girl-next-door-turned-superstar Jennifer Lawrence would rather just shop at Ikea. In a recent interview with the Telegraph to promote the newest Hunger Games film, the youngest three-time Oscar nominee in Hollywood history had a lot to say about the paparazzi —...

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