Monthly Archive: November, 2016

Navigating the Application Process: Tips from a First-Year MBA

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As I write this blog post, I can’t help but think back to this time last year.  I was frantically studying for the GMAT, and was living and dying on the result of… Continue reading

Hiring a Working Mom, Myth vs. Reality

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We often wonder, how did working mothers get the reputation for being unreliable?  A simple answer to this question is; too many assumptions!  With an increasing amount of moms in the workforce today, these… Continue reading

A Perfect Match: health, Hippocrates and lifestyle medicine

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Amid the frustration and despair associated with rising premiums, healthcare costs and obesity prevalence, is a trend that is slowly infiltrating the healthcare industry. Although some of the most notable trends (in fitness… Continue reading

Call It Supper: Cornmeal Fried Oysters with Celery-Apple Relish

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This weeks recipe from Call It Supper pairs a refreshing relish with heavier fried oysters. This way you can eat as many fried oysters as you like while knowing you are getting your… Continue reading

Liam Neeson Isn’t The Only One Fighting Human Trafficking Anymore

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING. A term not thrown around frequently in the day to day conversation. Isn’t human trafficking what happened to those girls in the movie Taken? Like, what happens in third world countries? Right? WRONG. Human… Continue reading

How Women Are Bettering the Future of Vietnam

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It was hectic, hot, and dirty. My friends and I got in tuk-tuk accidents, had clothing stolen from our hotel rooms, lost credit cards to countless ATMS, and suffered food poisoning. It was… Continue reading

Backlash with a Black Eye: CoverGirl and the NFL

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CoverGirl is the latest of NFL sponsors facing backlash after TMZ released a video showing Baltimore Raven’s running back, Ray Rice knocking out his then fiancé Janay Palmer in a hotel elevator a… Continue reading

#DYK: This is the State of Girls’ Education Worldwide

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All over the world millions of girls are denied an education and face major, sometimes insurmountable odds, to be able to learn in schools. In recent years the most visible activist for girls’… Continue reading