Hautelinks: J.Lo's Skincare Line, Getting More Use Out of Your Makeup Collection, a 2018 Closet Quiz, & More

Here's everything worth reading this week, according to us. Jennifer Lopez is launching a skincare line and all I have to say is "take my money!"Glamour reviewed the new Netflix film Dumplin and explains why its plus size heroine is so amazing. I saw this film and loved it, definitely recommend!Speaking of Dumplin, one of the stars of the film might look a little familiar if you watch Disney Channel originals...Are you making one of these mistakes in the shower? Here are 5 things you may be doi...
Tags: Google, News, Microsoft, College, Macaulay Culkin, Netflix, Atlantic, New York Times, Vogue, Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, Puma, Sephora, Disney Channel, Teen Vogue, Kevin McCallister

New Year, New Habits

You are resolved to turn over a new leaf in 2019. Maybe become a better boss or crank up the productivity. What are the best ways to put these good intentions into practice? [Author: by Sean Silverthorne]
Tags: College, Sean Silverthorne, by Sean Silverthorne

Every Spider-Man Movie and TV Show Explained By Kevin Smith

Look, I’ve never been a fan of Kevin Smith’s ooooooov-rah, per se, but I will never criticize his ability to spin a bloody good yarn. He’s funny, engaging, charming, and knows his pop culture. WIRED also knows this, so when on the eve of the (apparently very good) Spider-verse movie, they called on Smith to sit down and run through every Spider-man Movie and TV Show and opinionate all over that mess. (And because Sony’s contract with the Marvel superhero is up, this might be a nice demar...
Tags: Google, College, New York City, Queens, Sony, Pbs, Stan Lee, Smith, Joan, Garfield, Kevin Smith, Lee, Facebook Twitter, Kevin, Electric Company, McGuire

A History of Counterculture: Generation Z

Examining the counterculture of today.From poodle skirts to Instaglam, and cloche hats to bell bottoms, the history of mainstream fashion is well-known to the everyday fashionista. But not all aspects of fashion are mainstream. This semester, I'll be exploring the history of counterculture movements - and how they differ from the fashion history you already know. All semester, I've been talking about the countercultures of the past, from the punks of the 1970s, all the way up until the hipsters...
Tags: Gender, Politics, College, Inspiration, Normcore, Athleisure, Jaden Smith, Janelle Monae, Modern, Evan Rachel Wood, Instaglam

Masterclass Is Running a Special “Buy One, Give One Free” Deal: It Gives You & Family Member/Friend Access to Their Complete Course Catalog

FYI: Masterclass is running special through December 27. Here's the gist: If you buy , you will receive another All-Access Pass to give to someone else at no additional charge. An  costs $180, and lasts one year. For that fee, you--and a family member or friend--can watch courses created by Annie Leibovitz, Werner Herzog, Martin Scorsese, David Mamet, Jane Goodall, Margaret Atwood, Helen Mirren, Martin Scorsese, Herbie Hancock, Alice Waters and so many more. If you're thinking this sounds l...
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Washington state released new school report cards — but then they broke the website

For months, the Washington state agency that oversees public education has worked to overhaul the online report cards that parents and taxpayers can use to gauge the performance of their neighborhood schools. The deadline: Monday, Dec. 17, when the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) quietly launched the redesigned report cards on its website. But when […]
Tags: News, Education, Washington, Local News, Education Lab

How to De-Stress Your Mind (& Avoid a Breakdown) During Finals Week

Finals week is stressful! Here are a few ways to stay chill this week.It's the most stressful time of the year! Finals week is now upon us and college kids everywhere are cracking open their books and studying for those exams. With everything that is happening during finals week, it is super easy for students to get overwhelmed. So here are a few helpful tips on how to de-stress your mind during finals week. 1. Yoga When studying, you oftentimes get locked up and sore when sitting in the same ...
Tags: College, Stress, Relaxed, Yoga, Relaxation, Exams, Relaxing, Stress Relief, College Life, Finals, College Living, Final exams, Finals Week

Nintendo Labo: a parent's guide

Nintendo’s ingenious combination of video game and construction kit is one of the most interesting family games around. Should you buy it for your kids?Released in April, Nintendo Labo was one of the more unusual games of this year – or any year. The box contains cardboard sheets, rubber bands and string along with a game cartridge, inviting players to build ingenious little cardboard models that, when combined with the Nintendo Switch console and its controllers, become working interactive toys...
Tags: Family, Games, Education, Children, Culture, Nintendo, Parents and parenting, Labo

How a young girl helped me find the light in pediatrics

“You’re going to fall in love with her,” the nurse warned me, as I stood outside my eleven-year-old patient’s room ready to wake her up for surgery pre-rounds at 5:30 a.m. I offered back a tired smile and knocked on the door timidly. “Naomi?” I whispered. To my surprise, I was greeted with a chirpy […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Education, Naomi, Pediatrics, PA NP, CRNA

Take a Virtual Tour of Brazil’s National Museum & Its Artifacts: Google Digitized the Museum’s Collection Before the Fateful Fire

How to describe the magnitude of the loss when Brazil's Museu Nacional caught fire in September? The New Yorker's Alejandro Chacoff ventured an analogy that would resonate with readers of that magazine: "It’s as if, in New York, the American Museum of Natural History and the New School, or a part of the Columbia campus, had been built on the same spot, and then was reduced to ashes." The 200-year-old museum lost an estimated 92.5 percent of its 20-million-item archive, one of the largest collec...
Tags: Google, Amazon, New York, College, Americas, Museums, Brazil, American Museum of Natural History, Seoul, Columbia, Facebook Twitter, New School, LUZIA, Colin Marshall, Alejandro Chacoff, 21st Century Los Angeles

This is how we coded: a recap of Europe & Africa Code Weeks

Computer Science (CS) education is critical to preparing students for the new global economy, but unfortunately many young people lack the opportunity to develop these technical skills. As part of our commitment to help one million Europeans find jobs or grow their businesses by 2020 and to train 10 million Africans by 2022, we want to change that. That's why this October, we supported Europe Code Weekfor the fifth consecutive year, and Africa Code Week for the third consecutive year, funding 76...
Tags: Google, Europe, Education, Nigeria, Africa, Ireland, European Commission, Slovenia, Romania, Computer Science, Gambia, Sap, ICT, Computer Science CS, Kitale, Tuzla Bosnia

Watch a Playthrough of the Oldest Board Game in the World, the Sumerian Royal Game of Ur, Circa 2500 BC

They may not surprise the average market analyst, but the gaming industry’s figures tell a pretty compelling story. Newzoo estimates that “2.3 billion gamers across the globe will spend $137. 9 billion on games in 2018.” VentureBeat reports that mobile games account for over 50 percent of the total. Currently, “about 91 percent of the global market is digital, meaning that $125.3 billion worth of games flows through digitally connected channels as opposed to physical retail.” That’s a lo...
Tags: Google, Games, College, History, Museums, Scott, Facebook Twitter, Rosetta Stone, Josh Jones, Tom Scott, Mesopotamia, Finkel, Durham NC Follow, Newzoo, Joon Ian Wong, British Museum Curator Irving Finkel

Buzz: The Stimulating History of the Sex Toy

Buzz: The Stimulating History of the Sex Toy $12.99 (Kindle) from Amazon Buzz: The Stimulating History of the Sex Toy starts with an introduction to home sex toy parties and the author’s own history as a salesperson. We learn firsthand how she was taught to push toys to bored housewives despite the very act being illegal in so many places. In her introduction, Hallie explains to the reader how she always had an interest in sex toys. And while she could no longer support companies that m...
Tags: Reviews, Books, College, Sex Toys, Buzz, Babeland, Dodson, Hallie, Lieberman, Doc Johnson, Sturman, NonFiction, Friedan, Histories, Hallie Lieberman, Buzz Lieberman

Podcast 50: The Mathspeak project

For Episode 50 of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we talk to Tony Grice about the Mathspeak project. The Mathspeak project is a partnership between European educational practitioners and the creators of... [[ For the full article, see]]
Tags: Podcast, Education, Interview, Seo, Project, Cherryleaf Podcast, Tony Grice

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