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How to Style Leather Leggings This Season

Leather Leggings 101 is in session.Leggings can be found in every woman's wardrobe, but they can sometimes feel too relaxed to wear everywhere. Don't worry, that doesn't mean you have to be stuck in jeans 24/7, 365 either - there's an option in between those two: leather leggings.Not only do leather leggings give you the comfort of a normal pair of leggings, they instantly elevate your whole look and dress up any outfit with their shiny, polished texture. They're trending like crazy this season ...
Tags: Leather, College, Trends, Don, Martens, GIA, Leggings, Leather Leggings, Sporty Utilitarian Products, Ta da Here


Embrace the teamwork involved in becoming a physician

It’s Sunday, and the clock is approaching 8 p.m. Every computer in our team room is still on, and the sound of typing is filling the small space. A spread of snacks, interspersed between stethoscopes and stacks of faxed records, is ignored for the time being. This scene was a familiar one on inpatient medicine, […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Education, Medical School, PA NP, Hospital-Based Medicine, CRNA


Wisconsin School Investigating Photo of Boys Making Apparent Nazi Salute

The photo spread quickly on Twitter Sunday night and Monday morning
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Product Quality and Entering Through Tying: Experimental Evidence

his study empirically explores Google’s decision to tie its new reviews product to the top of its search results, excluding competitors. Results suggest that such "tying" can facilitate dominant platforms’ entry into adjacent markets, even when the tied product is of worse quality compared to existing options. [Author: by Hyunjin Kim and Michael Luca]
Tags: Google, College, Michael Luca, Hyunjin Kim, by Hyunjin Kim and Michael Luca


'Always On' isn't Always Best for Team Decision-Making

Is it possible for teams to communicate too frequently? Research by Ethan Bernstein and colleagues suggests that groups that meet only intermitently may be better at problem-solving. [Author: by Roberta Holland]
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British Doctors To Prescribe Arts & Culture to Patients: “The Arts Are Essential to our Health and Wellbeing”

Photo by Adam Jones, via Wikimedia Commons The arts and humanities are afterthoughts in many American schools, rarely given priority as part of a comprehensive education, though they formed the basis of one for thousands of years elsewhere. One might say something similar of preventative medicine in the U.S. healthcare system. It’s tempting to idealize the priorities of other wealthy countries. The Japanese investment in “forest bathing,” for example, comes to mind, or Finnish public schools an...
Tags: Health, Google, Art, UK, College, France, Life, Canada, NHS, Smithsonian, Baltimore, Facebook Twitter, Adam Jones, Rolling Stones, Hancock, Royal Philharmonic


One-Pan Harvest Chicken: Recipe Share!

Last night Bookworm made us an absolutely delicious (and wonderfully seasonal) supper and I thought I'd share a link to the recipe here! One Pan Harvest Chicken - a bit of prep work, but quick to cook. Chock full of tasty, late autumn vegetables (plus apples!), smokey bacon and economical chicken thighs ... Everybody loved it! Next time we might try using boneless/skinless chicken, because for one thing, they're just easier to eat and for another, they may cook more evenly mat...
Tags: Food And Drink, Homeschooling, Feeding The Family, Recipe Request


Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee Teaching Kids English

Video games have been used as a medium to promote education as the upcoming “Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee” is being used to help teach Japanese children English, all the while fulfilling Nintendo’s ultimate goal of advertisement. Kids Express published a Pokemon-themed book instructing readers (targeting elementary school children) on the subject of English, even going […]
Tags: Games, Education, Children, Marketing, Nintendo, Pokemon, Textbooks, English, Anime, Kids Express


The Ultra-Cozy Celebrity Outfits We're Copying This Week

These looks from Gigi Hadid, Zoey Deutch, and Barbara Palvin, are cozy, cute, and perfect for fall.Every week, I scour the web to find inspiring outfits on your favorite celebs and help you recreate their looks! This week, I was inspired by Gigi Hadid, Zoey Deutch, and Barbara Palvin. Read on to see how you can get their looks for yourself. Celebrity Look #1: Gigi Hadid's Fuzzy Jacket   Gigi Hadid was spotted out in NYC wearing an eye-catching ensemble featuring a multicolored fuzzy jacket.Gig...
Tags: Celebs, College, Inspiration, Gigi, Gigi Hadid, Zoey, Celebrity Fashion, Barbara, Celebrity Street Style of the Week, Barbara Palvin, Zoey Deutch, Barbara Palvin Read, Gigi Hadid Zoey Deutch, Macy s Bag Forever 21Nothing


Everything You Need to Know from Our wegginar® with Cristina Bandal

This past Wednesday, wegg® had the pleasure of hosting the Industry Segment Manager of Retail and Consumer Goods for UPS, Cristina Bandal. Bandal lead one of our free online wegginars®, which provide monthly, accessible education to women entrepreneurs everywhere. Bandal’s talk covered how to overcome the obstacles that people face when trying to sell their […]
Tags: Technology, Networking, Education, Marketing, Sales, International Trade, Management, E-commerce, UPS, How-to, Culture, Global Economy, Exports, Emerging Markets, Global Growth, Economic Growth


Hundreds of Wonderful Japanese Firework Designs from the Early-1900s: Digitized and Free to Download

The Japanese term for fireworks, hanabi ( ?? ), combines the words for fire, bi ( ? ), and flower, hana ( ? ). If you've seen fireworks anywhere, that derivation may seem at least vaguely apt, but if you've seen Japanese fireworks, it may well strike you as evocative indeed. The traditional Japanese way with presenting flowers, their shapes and colors as well as their scents, has something in common with the traditional Japanese way of putting on a fireworks show. Not that the production of fi...
Tags: Google, South Korea, Books, Japan, Design, London, College, China, Seoul, Facebook Twitter, Yokohama, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Yokohama Board of Education, Hirayama Fireworks, Yokoi Fireworks


These Weird But Awesome Gifts Are Guaranteed to Impress Your Nerdy Friends

Nerds unite. The first week and a half of November have already flown by, and gift giving is creeping to the front of our to-do lists! For your quirky friend, nerdy but lovable dad, or just someone who's hard to shop for, these strange, slightly weird gifts are perfect for your self-described nerd! Feel free to listen to this classic jam by N.E.R.D. while you're shopping on this list! I'm a firm believer that Christmas and holiday music needs to wait until after Thanksgiving, but it's always a...
Tags: Amazon, Gift Guide, Shopping, College, Gift, Gifts, Thinkgeek, Wwf, Thor, Gift Ideas, Cool Mom Amazon


What questions do you have about school enrollment in Washington?

For this round of Education Lab IQ (Interesting Questions), we're investigating your questions about picking the best schools for your children in the midst of change or instability.
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LA County to LAUSD: Drop in financial reserves ‘continues to be alarming’

Laura Greanias, LA School Report LA Unified’s budget has been approved for now by its county overseers, but they gave the district a new deadline for it to address its structural deficit or face a takeover. In a  delivered late Thursday, the Los Angeles County Office of Education said the district’s continued use of deficit spending — meaning it is eating into its savings to cover its operating costs  — has led to a “drastic” drop in its financial reserves and “continues to be alarming.” “LAUSD ...
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Living Paintings: 13 Caravaggio Works of Art Performed by Real-Life Actors

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, the father of Baroque painting, shocked the upper class aesthetes of his day by drafting prostitutes and proletariats as models for his primarily Biblical subjects. Ten years ago, under the direction of founder  Ludovica Rambelli,  eight members of the Italian company, Malatheatre, discovered first hand the insanely rigorous poses Caravaggio demanded of his models, creating 23 tableaux vivants inspired by the master’s oeuvre. The company sought less to ...
Tags: Google, Art, College, Theatre, Egypt, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Naples, Vivaldi, Mozart, Facebook Twitter, Caravaggio, Assisi, Lux Aeterna, Ayun Halliday, Flashmob Recreates Rembrandt, Christ Mary Magdalene


The market failed rural kids: poor rural broadband has created a "homework gap"

America's commitment to market-based broadband -- fueled by telcom millions pumped into campaigns against public broadband provision -- has left rural Americans without access to the broadband they need to fully participate in twenty-first century life, with students among the hardest-hit victims of broadband deprivation. The FCC can fix this. Across the country, "whitespace" spectrum (used to buffer licensed broadcasters from overlapping signals in adjacent territories) was historically al...
Tags: Post, News, Fcc, Education, Web Theory, America, Regulation, Michigan, Trumpism, Trump, Ajit Pai, Garfield County, Eyre, Spectrum Allocation, Fixed wireless, Internet Access Is A Human Right


“A Great Day in Harlem,” Art Kane’s Iconic Photo of 57 Jazz Legends, Celebrates Its 60th Anniversary

Image by Art Kane, via Wikimedia Commons Sixty years ago, Art Kane assembled one of the largest groups of jazz greats in history. No, it wasn’t an all-star big band, but a meeting of veteran legends and young upstarts for the iconic photograph known as “A Great Day in Harlem.” Fifty-seven musicians gathered outside a brownstone at 17 East 126th St.—accompanied by twelve neighborhood kids—from “big rollers,” notes Jazzwise magazine, like “Thelonious Monk, Charles Mingus, Count Basie, Sonny Rolli...
Tags: Google, Photography, New York, Hollywood, College, America, Netflix, Village Voice, Jazz, Vulture, William, Jones, Harlem, Quincy Jones, Kane, Charles Mingus



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