5 Ways to Connect With Hispanic Millennials and Gen Zers – Adweek

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 Contrary to how they’re often portrayed in the media, today’s young Hispanic population is dynamic, multicultural, heterogeneous and often multilingual, setting them apart from every other group, minority or otherwise. Mostly born in the U.S. or at least raised here, their Spanish and English proficiency crosses the spectrum. They’re Dreamers, […]

Why JNU scholar Ngurang Reena’s lone fight to find justice for her ‘murdered’ father is inspiring- Edexlive

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 On November 17, 2017, Ngurang Pinch decided at the very last minute to go on a water-rafting expedition because his colleagues and friends kept forcing him to. He didn’t get a chance to inform his family.    On November 18, Ngurang Reena, his daughter and a PhD student at JNU […]

How to Train Your Dragon 2 Original Plan Changed Hidden World – /Film

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 The How to Train Your Dragon series has become one of the most beloved and critically lauded animated franchises today, and its third film, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, is set to bring the fantasy series to an end (and bring us to tears). But in another timeline, the […]

Do I Need A 700 GMAT Score To Get Into A US Business School? • BusinessBecause

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 It’s time for another Applicant Question of the Week at BusinessBecause! Every week, we give you the opportunity to ask one of our chosen admissions experts anything you want to know about getting into business school. One question each week is chosen for our expert to answer. This week, the question comes […]

What 17th century’s “Little Ice Age” teaches us on climate change — Quartz

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 Once upon a time in Europe, the winters got very very cold and the summers got unbearably hot. “The spring of this year was like winter, cold and wet, the wine blossom terrible, and the harvest bad,” wrote the Swiss theologian Heinrich Bullinger in 1570. Initially, this seemed like a […]