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Arielle Landau

Internships: Not Glamorous, but still Beneficial

Internships — the number one buzzword in high schools, on college campuses, at the family dinner table and even during a night out with friends. It is nearly impossible to get away from the stress of internships.   As stressful…

0 Comments / 25/05/2017

Studies prove technology damages health

Throughout the United States, university professors and students spend hours conducting research and collecting data, in order to further help themselves understand the human mind and body. Research topics can range from youth obesity to medical advancements and cures, but…

0 Comments / 19/04/2017

NIC Predicts end of democracy and of American hegemony

Every four years the U.S. National Intelligence Council (NIC) publishes a report which predicts the economic, social and global future of the world. Last month, the NIC published their report of what the next twenty to thirty years is likely…

0 Comments / 04/04/2017

Four Nifty Hacking Secrets of the CIA

The Center of Cyber Intelligence (CCI), is the hacking division of the CIA. The CCI has over a thousand hacking systems that have targeted Apple products, Windows, Smart TVs and Androids. WikiLeaks recently released an article covering some of the…

0 Comments / 23/03/2017

World Poetry Day: 5 Slam Poets You need to Hear

March 21 marks World Poetry Day, a day created to celebrate the diversity and beauty of languages, along with celebrating the historical importance of poems. In honor of World Poetry Day, Shout Out UK has created a list of some…

0 Comments / 21/03/2017