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Creating opportunity and excitement for STEM careers

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The impact that technology has on our lives is incredible — it has changed the way we communicate, has created improvements in our health and has revolutionized the way we understand and interpret our world.

Images of pure joy as people celebrate at Standing Rock

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A sense of victory swept through the camp of #NoDAPL protesters late Sunday and Monday.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said it wouldn’t grant an easement needed to finish the the $3.7 billion Dakota Access Pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation.

While the jubilation might be short-lived with President-elect Donald Trump waiting in the wings, for now, the mood at the camps in North Dakota is…

Barack Obama would at least do better in digital media than Rory Gilmore

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On Friday, Mic released an article called “Obama considering post-presidential media career, sources say.”

How to have a sustainable holiday season and help make the world a better place

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The planet needs our help.

Teens who drifted out to sea on inflatable toys rescued by fishermen

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Sitting on an inflatable flamingo in the sea seems like a great Instagram opportunity, until you get pulled further…and further out to sea.

It’s what happened to four teenage girls on “Schoolies” — a spring break-style holiday for Australian school leavers — on Phillip Island in the state of Victoria.

The internet simply cannot decide how giraffes should wear their neckties

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It’s a well-known fact that the world’s giraffes collectively possess thousands of neckties. They are just not sure how to wear them.

Would they place them at the base of the neck — where the collar on a human shirt might be — or at the top of the neck for a tighter, more choker-esque fit?

Comedian Jeremy Hammond posed the question on Twitter days ago, but it seems like the internet still cannot decide….

Dude befriends a fox on the street and it’s as adorable as it sounds

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You never know when and where you’ll meet your new best friend.

Homelessness survivor tweets journey from sleeping rough to writing books

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LONDON — A survivor of homelessness has shared his journey from sleeping rough in a park in London to finding success as an author.

Craig Stone on Twitter recounted the series of events that caused him to lose his home, his subsequent experiences of being homeless and how he eventually found permanent housing.

Homelessness survivor tweets journey from sleeping rough to writing books

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LONDON — A survivor of homelessness has shared his journey from sleeping rough in a park in London to finding success as an author.

Craig Stone on Twitter recounted the series of events that caused him to lose his home, his subsequent experiences of being homeless and how he eventually found permanent housing.

‘White Nonsense Roundup’ is here to take on racist Facebook posts

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When another #AllLivesMatter post goes up, the White Nonsense Roundup steps in.

After an increase of police violence toward black men that came to a head in July, Washington-based activists Terri Kompton and Layla Tromble realized they had to help out, even if it was just writing words on the internet.