3 Cool Girl Athleisure Outfits Inspired by Fenty x Puma Spring 2018

Add a sporty edge to your wardrobe with these looks inspired by Rihanna's latest Fenty x Puma collection.Rihanna has owned the past few years and she doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon. From her chart-topping music, to her acting roles, her much loved cosmetic line (check out our article testing out the Fenty Beauty Foundation), and of course her fashion line Fenty x Puma, Rihanna has shown her talent is limitless!In 2015 Rihanna was named Creative Director of Puma and she continues to bri...
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Western Music Moves in Three and Even Four (!) Dimensional Spaces: How the Pioneering Research of Princeton Theorist Dmitri Tymoczko Helps Us Visualize Music in Radical, New Ways

Every musician has some basic sense of how math and music relate conceptually through geometry, in the circular and triadic shapes formed by clusters of notes when grouped together in chords and scales. The connections date back to the work of Pythagoras, and composers who explore and exploit those connections happen upon profound, sometimes mystical, insights. For example, the two-dimensional geometry of music finds near-religious expression in the compositional strategies of John Coltrane, wh...
Tags: Google, Math, Music, Science, College, Physics, Albert Einstein, John Coltrane, Brian Eno, Princeton, Einstein, Princeton University, Coltrane, Facebook Twitter, Stravinsky, Chopin

Hautelinks: Week of 1/18/18

Plus the rest of our favorite links this week. Fashionista shares the trends that are going to be beauty game-changers in 2018. So excited to see these come to life!Do coconut oil hair masks actually work? Lauren Conrad tried them every week for a month, and here are the results.Whaat? Amazon's Alexa could start giving out opinions.Congrats to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West who welcomed their baby girl to the world! Any guesses on a name? My money is on *Wave West*.Glamour has some cute outfit i...
Tags: Amazon, Kim Kardashian, News, College, Kanye West, Alexa, Lauren Conrad, Simone Biles, Emily Weiss, Hautelinks, Temptalia, Smokey Eye, Selena TV, SNL ELLE, Movie Black Swan Love

Education quiz app Kahoot says it’s now used by 50% of all US K-12 students, 70M users overall

 With HQ Trivia continuing its viral and popular run, and education remaining a perennially strong category in app stores, it was only a matter of time before someone came along that combined elements of both to hitmaking effect. Kahoot, an app based out of Oslo, Norway that aims to teach its users across a wide variety of subjects and ideas by way of quizzes that they take in competition… Read More
Tags: TC, Europe, Education, US, Tech, Oslo Norway, Kahoot

Filmmaker Michel Gondry Brings Classic Album Covers to Life in a Visually-Packed Commercial: Purple Rain, Beggars Banquet, Nevermind & More

File this under “why didn’t I see this earlier?” Here’s a too short but visually packed Michel Gondry-directed commercial for the Pandora app. Here, he indulges in all the things that make Gondry so beloved: large sets, in-camera effects, huge props, and a visual wit. For the “Sounds Like You” campaign, Gondry has a short-haired young woman running through various rooms and landscapes, all of which reveal themselves to be album covers from the famous (Metallica’s Master of Puppets) to th...
Tags: Google, Film, College, Dave, Pandora, David Bowie, Metallica, Bjork, Lucas, Bowie, Facebook Twitter, Sean, KCRW, Chemical Brothers, Michel Gondry, Beggars Banquet

10 Must-Have Items from the Coolest Geek-Chic Store Around

Fangirls, unite!As every fangirl knows, when you’re a huge fan of something, it's only natural to showcase your fandom with your wardrobe. You might own a handbag, a few t-shirts, anything to show off your interests. Today's featured store helps you buy all of those items and more. Her Universe is a website for female sci-fi fans to find fashion-forward items based off of franchises such as Marvel, Star Wars, Doctor Who, Star Trek, and even some Disney items as well. The brand is based around th...
Tags: Star Wars, Shopping, College, Disney, Online Shopping, Carrie Fisher, Leia, Disney Channel, Kohl, Tom Holland, Fandoms, Fashion Favorites, Disney Lilo, Fangirls, Disney Channel Originals High School, Marvel Avengers Athletic T

10,000 Classic Movie Posters Getting Digitized & Put Online by the Harry Ransom Center at UT-Austin: Free to Browse & Download

Who hasn’t pinned one of Saul Bass’s elegant film posters on their wall—with either thumbtacks above the dormroom bed or in frame and glass in grown-up environs? Or maybe it’s 70s kitsch you prefer—the art of the grindhouse and sensationalist drive-in exploitation film? Or 20s silent avant-garde, the cool noir of the 30s and 40s, 50s B-grade sci-fi, 60s psychedelia and French new wave, or 80s popcorn flicks…? Whatever kind of cinema grabs your attention probably first grabbed your attention thr...
Tags: Google, Texas, Film, College, Woody Allen, Saul Bass, Martin Scorsese, Facebook Twitter, Saul, Josh Jones, Harry Ransom Center, UT Austin, Durham NC Follow, Ransom Center, Elaine Bass, University of Texas Harry Ransom Center

Coursera and Google Launch an Online Certificate Program to Help Students Become IT Professionals & Get Attractive Jobs

If you've so much as set foot in the realm of massive online open courses (MOOCs) — a list of which we offer right here on Open Culture — you've no doubt heard of Coursera, which, since it started up in 2012, has become one of the biggest MOOC providers around. Like most growing Silicon Valley companies, Coursera has branched out in several different directions, bringing in courses from universities from all over the world as well as offering certificate and Master's programs. Now, in pa...
Tags: Google, Technology, College, Queens, Online Courses, Silicon Valley, Seoul, United, Coursera, Facebook Twitter, UPMC, Ingrid Lunden, Colin Marshall, Lunden, 21st Century Los Angeles, Leading Universities

Can 600-plus California districts narrow the achievement gap?

By JOHN FENSTERWALD and DANIEL J. WILLIS, EdSource A part of the California School Dashboard, the state’s new school accountability system, 1 in 4 school districts will receive assistance from county offices of education and the state to help improve the performance of groups of students who have done particularly poorly on criteria set by the state. But an EdSource analysis found that 561 additional districts are not targeted for formal state support, despite large and persistent achievement ga...
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Education quiz app Kahoot says it’s now used in 50% of all US classrooms, 70M users overall

 With HQ Trivia continuing its viral and popular run, and education remaining a perennially strong category in app stores, it was only a matter of time before someone came along that combined elements of both to hitmaking effect. Kahoot, an app based out of Oslo, Norway that aims to teach its users across a wide variety of subjects and ideas by way of quizzes that they take in competition… Read More
Tags: TC, Education, US, Tech, Oslo Norway, Kahoot

An Army vet, a 13-year-old with perfect attendance and an ex-‘mean girl’: here’s the lineup for Ignite Education Lab

Next month, they'll share an unexpected adventure they've had in learning — in five minutes tops.
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The Last Mile is launching its coding program at a women’s prison in Indiana

 The Last Mile, a coding program that first launched inside California’s San Quentin State Prison, has expanded to its first out-of-state prison. Yesterday, The Last Mile announced its plans to launch at the Indiana Women’s Prison with support from Governor Eric J. Holcomb. “We had a desire to go outside of California this year,” The Last Mile co-founder Chris Redlitz… Read More
Tags: Prison, Education, California, Tech, Diversity, Indiana, Coding, Jail, San Quentin State Prison, Chris Redlitz, The Last Mile, Eric J Holcomb, Incarcerated People, Indiana Women s Prison

California to explain but not change school improvement plan federal officials criticized

By John Fensterwald, EdSource Despite significant criticisms last month by the U.S. Department of Education, California will likely make clarifications but no substantial changes to the state’s plan for complying with the Every Student Succeeds Act, the federal law that requires states to improve low-achieving schools. At its meeting on Thursday, the State Board of Education is expected to adopt wording changes and elaborations while keeping most of the 100-plus page document intact. At a meetin...
Tags: News, Education, Congress, California, Sport, Soccer, High School, Jerry Brown, Local News, Sapp, Essa, State, State Board of Education, U S Department of Education, State Board, U S Education

Bruce McCandless, the Astronaut in the Iconic Photo

Bruce McCandless, the Astronaut In the Iconic Photo, by Micah Engber Listen to the episode or read it below When you think about the first space walk maybe you think about Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov who in March 1965 was the first man to ever leave the relative safety of a space capsule. Maybe it’s Ed White you think of, who in June 1965 opened the hatch of Gemini 4 and was the first American to walk in space. The name Gene Cernan may come to mind. He flew Gemini 9A in June of 1966 and spent over...
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Watch students at a frat party suck on a Wii Remote thinking it's a vape

Central Michigan University student Anna G should earn an honorary doctorate in pranksterism. Welcome to, er, Wii U. i carried around a wii remote today when i went to a frat party— anna g (@annakathh) January 16, 2018
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My 5 Favorite Awards Season Beauty Trends & How to Copy Them on Campus

How to look like a movie star in the comfort of your own dorm. For any die-hard fashionistas out there, awards show season means red carpets, and red carpets mean fashion.This weekend at the SAG Awards, all manner of stars will waltz down the iconic carpet, say a few charming quips to Ryan Seacrest before the show, and pose for fabulous photos, all the while demonstrating why it takes an entire day to prep for these prestigious awards. View the original article to see embedded media. So far thi...
Tags: Makeup, College, Ryan Seacrest, Emma Stone, L'oreal, Estee Lauder, Glamour, Emilia Clarke, Kim Kardashian West, Emma, Zoe Kravitz, Beauty & Hair, Beauty Trends, Urban Decay, Award Season, Fenty Beauty Stunna Lip Paint

Please show more interest in your health than my looks

In 2017, more women than men were accepted into medical school for the first time. 2017 also brought attention to the sexual harassment many women face that often goes ignored. Medicine is not immune to behavior that objectifies women and ignores their complaints. My experiences are mild in comparison to many of my peers, but highlights the comfort both patients and physicians feel discussing the appearance of female trainees. *** I was there to remove your sutures. I introduced myself and asked...
Tags: Health, Education, Surgery, Medical School, Elizabeth Blackwell, Hospital-Based Medicine, Misha Armstrong

Coupons & Sales: Week of 1/19/18

Plus more deals you need to know about. Banana Republic is having a sale with an extra 50% off sale items through 1/21.Benefit Cosmetics has the following offer: Save up to 60% off values sets & fan favorites, plus FREE shipping with any $35 order.* Use code: SALE35 Boohoo is having a huge sale with up to 80% off everything + free shipping on $50+ from now through 1/22.Chinese Laundry will give you 25% off booties with code WARMUP through 1/21.Club Monaco has the following offer: Up to 60% off ...
Tags: Deals, Shopping, College, Online Sales, Benefit Cosmetics, Zara, Taylor, Sephora, Coupon Codes, Banana Republic, Club Monaco, Macy s, Jart

Apple’s ‘Everyone Can Code’ program expands more broadly in Europe

 Apple announced this morning it’s bringing its “Everyone Can Code” program to 70 more colleges and universities across Europe. The program, which Apple designed to help students learn how to build apps, launched in May 2017 but was initially limited to the U.S. before expanding to other markets, including Australia, and select institutions in Europe last November. The… Read More
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Europe, Education, Australia, Tech

Hoping to break the ‘ninth-grade bottleneck,’ Seattle schools eye families as a key to success

Backed by a $1 million grant from Johns Hopkins University, about two dozen middle and high schools in Seattle are trying to reinvent how they prepare eighth-grade students and their families for the freshman year.
Tags: News, Education, Seattle, Local News, Education Lab, Johns Hopkins University

How to Eat Healthy on a Bad Mental Health Day

Tips for taking care of your body on your worst days. Even though the new semester has just begun for most students, you may already be feeling the pressure. College can feel like a whirlwind even in its slowest seasons. Classes are stressful enough, but when you add in extracurriculars, a social life, and possibly a part-time job, it can be difficult to manage. College life creates a tricky environment for self-care. This is even more true when you struggle with mental health. When you're havi...
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Ian McKellen Chokes Up While Reading a Poignant Coming-Out Letter

"In 1977, Armistead Maupin wrote a letter to his parents that he had been composing for half his life," writes the Guardian's Tim Adams. "He addressed it directly to his mother, but rather than send it to her, he published it in the San Francisco Chronicle, the paper in which he had made his name with his loosely fictionalised Tales of the City, the daily serial written from the alternative, gay world in which he lived." The late 1970s saw a final flowering of newspaper-serialized novels...
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How to Find The Very Best Lawyer For You

Naturally we all hope that we will never be in need of a lawyer, but when that time does come, should it ever, it is vital that you understand exactly how to get the best lawyer for you. Two years ago I found myself in need of a lawyer and thankfully I had a good friend who had connections to the best Sydney criminal lawyers in the city. I understand that not everyone has a ‘friend’ like that and so if you find yourself in need of a lawyer, for any situation, here is how to get in touch with the...
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Watch David Byrne Lead a Massive Choir in Singing David Bowie’s “Heroes”

Throughout the years, we've featured performances of Choir!Choir!Choir!--a large amateur choir from Toronto that meets weekly and sings their hearts out. You've seen them sing Prince's "When Doves Cry," Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun" (to honor Chris Cornell) and Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." A post shared by Choir! Choir! Choir! (@choirchoirchoir) on Jan 14, 2018 at 9:24am PST If you dig through their Youtube archive, you can also revisit performances of two Talking Heads...
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Complex engineering and metal-work discovered beneath ancient Greek 'pyramid'

Latest find on Cyclades’ Keros includes evidence of metal-working and suggests the beginnings of an urban centre, say archaeologistsMore than 4,000 years ago builders carved out the entire surface of a naturally pyramid-shaped promontory on the Greek island of Keros. They shaped it into terraces covered with 1,000 tonnes of specially imported gleaming white stone to give it the appearance of a giant stepped pyramid rising from the Aegean: the most imposing manmade structure in all the Cyclades a...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Greece, Education, World news, Culture, Higher Education, University of Cambridge, Crete, Europe Holidays, Greece Holidays, Aegean, Knossos, Crete holidays, Keros

Cultivating a Fail Fast Culture – Manifesting learning and exploration

This is the second blog in a series of 3 blogs, by Janet Sernack, on cultivating a fail fast culture. In my previous blog “What does it mean to cultivate a fail fast organizational culture” I shared what typically happens when people experience failure, and how important it is to uncouple people’s fears about failure ...
Tags: Education, Failure, Success, Strategy, Change, Creativity, Culture, Innovation, Disruptive Innovation, Open Innovation, Innovation Management, Innovation Mindset, Innovative Thinking, Janet Sernack

USC finishes strong at Oregon, ends 14-game losing streak against Ducks

Southern California’s Bennie Boatwright, left, and Chimezie Metu keep Oregon’s Paul White, center, from scoring during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, in Eugene, Ore. (AP Photo/Chris Pietsch) USC’s Jordan Usher, left, and Shaqquan Aaron, right, compete with Oregon’s Paul White, center, for a loose ball during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, in Eugene, Ore. (AP Photo/Chris Pietsch) Oregon’s Payton Pritchard,...
Tags: Utah, California, College, Oregon, Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Ncaa, Jordan, Oregon State, Ducks, Usc, Ucla, Trojans, McLaughlin

First Look at New Research and Ideas, January 16, 2018

Drawing the line on personalization ... What does a company owe its workers? ... The novel drug dilemma. [Author: Sean Silverthorne]
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Delhi to put CCTV in classrooms for parents to monitor children

Move follows crimes including murder of boy aged seven and alleged rape of five-year-old girl The Delhi government has announced it will install CCTV cameras in every classroom in the region and give parents access to the feed through a mobile phone app.The plan comes after several high-profile crimes at schools in and around the area including the alleged rape of a five-year-old girl by a member of staff in September and the murder of a seven-year-old boy at a private school in Gurgaon during t...
Tags: Education, India, World news, South and Central Asia, Cctv, Delhi, Gurgaon

James Comey to Teach Ethical Leadership Course at College of William & Mary

The former FBI director's course will start in fall this yea
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