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A Revolution in American Romance
Feb 13, 2013
As romantic vibes fill the air with the approach of Valentine’s Day, it is easy to assume that today’s customs -- such as buying...
Billions of ‘Earths’ May Populate Milky Way
Feb 7, 2013
For all you astronomy buffs, a follow-up to our recent post about NASA's Kepler mission. The goal of the project is to identify potential...
In Search of Earth’s Siblings: Kepler Mission Seeks Life-Sustaining Planets in the Milky Way
Jan 29, 2013
Venus is often referred to as Earth’s “sister planet.” After all, they orbit the same sun. Venus is just a bit smaller than Earth. And...
8 Ways to Write a Stronger College Admissions Essay
Jan 22, 2013
January and February can be a stressful time if you’re a high school senior. The glorious days of fall – when the promise of one’s...
To Cram or Not To Cram — Is That Really the Question?
Jan 14, 2013
We've all been there. It's the night before a big exam and it becomes painfully obvious you are underprepared. We're not talking about the last...
Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions Alive (At Least Past Groundhog Day)
Jan 4, 2013
It’s easy to make New Year’s resolutions. With just a bit of self-reflection, we pronounce that next year is going to be different. We intend...
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