Reasons We Need Genetically Modified Crops
Mar05

Reasons We Need Genetically Modified Crops

Editor’s Note: Sponsored Content Farmers face increasing challenges from climate change, the pressure to produce healthier products without herbicides, and the need to ship crops farther. One of the most significant developments in farming in recent years has been the introduction of genetically modified crops. It is now possible to purchase hybrid maize varieties, as well as other products like genetically modified wheat and...

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Infrastructure at Stake
Jan31

Infrastructure at Stake

Editor’s Note: Sponsored Content I could use some help with a difficult assignment for my urban development class. My professor asked everyone to identify a trend impacting public and private spaces alike. She cited universal access to high-speed internet as one possibility then discussed how some cities have built their own networks. Her example was really nuanced. I want to come up with a compelling topic, too. A classmate of...

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Yes, You Could Use Therapy
Jan16

Yes, You Could Use Therapy

Editor’s Note: Sponsored Content I’ve been really stressed out lately, and it has started to affect my personal life. I’ve been a bit too snappy with friends and family, and I’ve gotten emotional over seemingly unimportant issues. I’ve even cried in front of people over silly matters. Recently, one of my friends suggested that I try therapy. I’m not exactly opposed to it, but I’m not sure if it’s going to be useful for me. I...

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How Teachers Can Learn More
Jan16

How Teachers Can Learn More

Editor’s Note: Sponsored Content Educators go into the teaching game for a lot of reasons. They generally have a passion for teaching, and they believe strongly in whatever their chosen subject area is. For instance, most of us remember taking a class with an English teacher who got really hyped up about Shakespeare. While there are plenty of good reasons to get into teaching, money isn’t usually one of them. However, there are some...

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Stalling suits
Dec03

Stalling suits

Editor’s Note: Sponsored Content I am an American student who is studying abroad right now in Brisbane, Australia. Two weeks ago, I was involved in an accident at my work-study job—an internship at an engineering firm. I thought I was fine, but then I started feeling pain. This week, however, I went for a doctor’s visit and ended up diagnosed with a fairly long-term injury. To say that I am terrified is an understatement. I am...

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