Monthly Archive: September, 2015

Part I: The Joy in Acceptance

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The Singh family lives in a quaint Los Angeles neighborhood, where children spend summers away and the hedges are pruned high to block out the incessant buzzing of city traffic. The Singhs moved… Continue reading

Gender Wage Gap Narrows for New Women College Grads: Fed Research

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The wage gap between recent male and female college graduates is narrowing and, in some cases, even reversing, but that those earnings gains by women dissipate the longer they remain in the workforce,… Continue reading

Tips for Surviving Graduate School

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The summer is ending, and school is back in session. For some of you, the beginning of the Fall Semester means that you’ll be starting graduate school. Congratulations and good luck! As a… Continue reading

Life Without a Cell Phone

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I was in New Orleans recently. Let me tell you, it was one of the most magical, amazing cities I have ever been to and I can’t say enough positive things about it.… Continue reading

Saudi Women Register to Vote: But Will There Be Progression Civilly?

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As of 2015, Saudi women have finally won the right to vote and run in municipal elections. Voter registration began this August and goes through mid-September. This has been in the works since… Continue reading

How These Twin Sisters Help Women Get an Education by Selling Journal Notebooks

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Sisters Victoria and Ashley VanBuskirk have worked these past two years on developing an organization to help young women access higher education in Kosovo. After studying abroad in Prishtina, the capital of Kosovo,… Continue reading

8 Reasons Video Can Help you to Skill-Up on the Job

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There really is nothing like video. Ever since the first flicker of movement appeared on a screen, humans have been completely enthralled by the moving image. But, why does visual communication, or the conveyance of… Continue reading

ReThink Software: 15-Year-Old Entrepreneur Creates App to End Cyber-Bullying

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Tech entrepreneur Trisha Prabhu is already changing the world. The 15-year-old innovator is the creator of a scientifically proven and award-winning app called ReThink, an app geared towards stopping cyber-bullying. In 2013, after… Continue reading

Three Must Have Outfits for a Professional Convention

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It is that time of the year: one of your favorite work conventions is finally here. It is half way across the country and in a city you have longed to visit pretty… Continue reading

Why Social Capital is Your Most Important Asset

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Whether you’ve thought about it or not, social capital is the most important asset you have in business and in life. Social capital represents the collective resources available through your personal and professional… Continue reading