By Diana Bletter One of the best ways to learn to speak a foreign language is to sing it. That’s the philosophy behind Singit, a software program that teaches English using the power of music. The company is the brainchild of Michael Peled, who struggled with dyslexia from childhood. When he told his father he couldn’t
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By Percy Lovell Crawford MONTREAL — Often to be successful, you must step outside your comfort zone. That’s exactly what Canadian Felicia Hershenhorn did when she left her job as an attorney. Hershenhorn co-founded Imarais Beauty with popular model Sommer Ray. Still not content, the budding entrepreneur shifted her focus to sexual wellness. That idea spearheaded
By Lem Satterfield Kenny Gendason has never forgotten the horrific shooting. When Nicholas Cruz, 19, opened fire with an AK-47 at Parkland, Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School on Valentine’s Day in 2018, Eagles’ wrestling coaches Aaron Feis and Chris Hixon were among the three staff members and 14 students murdered. Gendason was among the
By Simona Kitanovska Children are not being taught enough about plants at a time when they could be the answer to global warming, scientists have warned. And this has led to people becoming “disconnected from the botanical world” of plants when understanding flora has become crucial to ecology. Even students starting masters’ degrees in biology
By Arian Movileanu This is the moment a teacher tests her students’ attention by posting random things on the whiteboard and ends up having to wait for days until they notice. McKenzie Guevarez, in her upper 20s, who hails from the northeast of the USA, posted the video on TikTok and it now has over
New CEO of Pathways LA confronts societal problems with care and commitment.
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