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Proptech Startup Valued at £1.1M To Disrupt UK Letting

A new UK-based property tech startup has been valued at £1.1 million after receiving investments from backers to completely transform the way university students search for and find their lettings, Tech City News Reports. The post Proptech Startup Valued at £1.1M To Disrupt UK Letting appeared first on Property Portal Watch.

This Male Fashion Student's Fierce Makeup Skills Will Blow You Away

Guys rocking makeup is not a trend, nor is it a new phenomenon, but we're always mesmerized when we see dudes smolder in smoky eyes and glitter lips. Zeeshan Ali is one of these majestic men. The Bangalore, India-based fashion student...Show More Summary

Our Shared American Story

I find it odd that anyone would object to or dispute Michele Obama’s reference, in her eloquent address to the DNC this week, that the White House was built with slave labor. Any well-read student of American history would expect slave labor to have been utilized for the construction of the White House. Show More Summary

The 25 best private law schools in America

Business Insider recently released its ranking of the 50 best law schools in America, which highlights the top institutions that prepare students to land highly coveted jobs in the legal world. Our methodology draws data from the American...Show More Summary

Nevada Supreme Court Hears Education Savings Accounts Lawsuits

Today, on Milton Friedman Legacy Day, the Nevada Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two lawsuits against the state’s education savings account (ESA) law. Under the law, students who leave their assigned district school can receive...Show More Summary

How Our Youngest Minds Help Us Solve Our Oldest Problems

By Rob Curran, Head of Customer Experience, Wunderman UK In 2005, Steve Jobs stood in front of a captive audience of students at Stanford University and told them to “Stay hungry. Stay foolish”. I like this quote. I’ve heard it again and again. Show More Summary

Barn of horrors discovered during college kid's murder investigation

3 hours agoNews / Crime : NYPost: Crime

TOLEDO, Ohio — Investigators found a hidden room outfitted with restraints inside a barn belonging to a man accused of abducting and killing an Ohio college student, and they were looking into whether it was used to hold other victims, according to search warrants released Thursday. The room also had a carpet-lined freezer with blood...

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: College learning takes 2.76 hours/day. The average full-time col…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: College learning takes 2.76 hours/day. The average full-time college student spends only 2.76 hours per day on all education-related activities,” according to a Heritage study. No wonder few complete a four-year degree in four years, write Lindsey Burke, Jamie Bryan Hall and Mary Clare Reim. Based on the Bureau of Labor […]

My Family’s Strategies for Saving During Back-to-School Season

It’s an annual tradition for parents all across the country. The summer starts to wind down. They get a letter from school about their student’s enrollment. They start seeing hints of “back to school” at the store. Th kids are dressed in clothes that are almost too small and worn from a summer of play. Read more...

First Slice 7/29/16: Funds raised for homeless teen frozen, questions raised

GoFundMe officials have frozen an account with $184,000 raised to send a homeless young man to school. The 19-year-old student, Fred Barley, says he rode his bike 50 miles to register for Gordon State College, then slept in a tent on campus until local police officers found him and chipped in to get him a hotel room.…

Law Schools' Tech-Training Conundrum: If We Teach Them, Will They Get Jobs?

National Law Journal, Law Schools' Tech-Training Conundrum: If We Teach Them, Will They Get Jobs?: A growing number of law schools are offering students a curriculum or training around project management, automation and analytics, hoping to create a pipeline of talent that would quicken innovations that could challenge the current...

UCLA's QB Josh Rosen shouldn't keep his political thoughts to himself

Most colleges and universities encourage students to express their views about social and political issues, but the marketplace of ideas often ends inside the locker room. That’s what Josh Rosen, UCLA's standout quarterback, may be learning from his coach, Jim Mora. In mid-July, at the Pac-12 Media...

Pokémon Go and Dark Souls are more alike than you think

If the headline reads like a lame joke, that's because it began life as one. "Imagine if they were hunting for Black Knights," I remarked to a friend, watching tourists and students coast merrily up and down the South Bank in search of Squirtles and Goldeens. Show More Summary

This man's 10-year anniversary surprise for his wife will make your heart burst

LONDON — A British man has organised a flash-mob as a 10-year-anniversary surprise for his wife, who suffers from multiple sclerosis. In the moving video above, Carl Gilbertson joins students from Liverpool Media Academy for a choral...Show More Summary

2015 Green Shroom (w2t)

Nothing helps a situation like a serious cup of tea. Looming deadlines? Cup of tea. Student trying to convince you to let them submit an unready doctoral thesis, while their primary supervisor has disappeared to South America? Cup of...Show More Summary

Break The Status Quo When Teaching Dance

7 hours agoArts / Dance : Dance Advantage

Challenge the status quo by choosing to put your students first above ego and self-interest and apply your knowledge (even if it breaks the rules).

Huemer's "On Liberty and Philosophy"

(July 29, 2016 12:06 AM, by Bryan Caplan) I've started scanning the early writings of my favorite philosopher, Michael Huemer. I have quite a few in my possession. First on the menu: his prize-winning graduate student essay, "On Liberty and Philosophy," which addresses the philosophical side of what... (0 COMMENTS)

From the delegates: How would it be different with a woman in the White House?

Montserrat Garibay, 36, vice president of the local teachers union in Austin, Tex. Montserrat Garibay (Colleen Shalby / Los Angeles Times) "It's going to change the way girls see themselves. We always ask our students to be inspired and be anything that they want to be. I don't have any children,...

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