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The Most Popular Phrases from the King James Bible

In the early 15th century, against all odds, a committee wrote a great work of literature. King James I of England, Scotland, and Ireland convened a council of Biblical scholars and translators to issue a new version of the Bible for the Church of England, which had recently split from the Roman Catholic Church. Though […]

How COVID-19 Affects College Academics Across the Globe

Like the economies and lives of millions of people around the world, the coronavirus crisis is dramatically changing higher education Academics. Colleges have closed, classes have been suspended, or are taught online. Academic conferences have also been canceled. Students who were participating in programs abroad will not be able to be evaluated and some of […]

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Do Your Kids Love Science? If Not, Try These 3 Things.

As toddlers, kids explore, question and probe. From the ages of two to five little ones are basically miniature scientists simply trying to figure out the world. They touch everything. Their brains examine objects, figuring out how they operate. Somewhere along the way, this stops (or at least slows) for many youth. Kids simply get […]

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3 Benefits of Private School Education

Most parents want to set their children up for success in life. While parents are work, students attend school and are guided by their teachers. Some concerned parents may not feel that public school provides the best learning experience for their child. The relative lack of discipline and exposure to overcrowded classrooms cause great discomfort […]

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3 Things To Think About Before Buying a Horse

If you are new to the horse industry, it can be easy to get caught up in the excitement and decide to buy a mount of your own. While this isn’t necessarily a bad idea, it is a big responsibility. Here are three things you need to know before you commit to bringing a horse […]

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6 Ways College Campuses Are Working to Control Crowds Amid COVID

The coronavirus pandemic has greatly affected a wide range of industries across the USA, but colleges and universities may be some of the hardest hit. Traditionally, students pay tuition fees not only for their education and the hands-on classroom settings, but also for the on-campus experience of socialization found at college sporting events, rallies, parties, […]

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4 Amenities Every College Classroom Needs on Hand

College classrooms are often dark, cold, and filled with uncomfortable furniture. Though many universities across the country are like this, this type of environment isn’t conducive to learning. Colleges can improve the behavior, productivity, and happiness of their college students by ensuring their classrooms are equipped with certain basic amenities. By putting students’ comfort first, […]