What if a Thanos Snap Actually Happened?

For most, the thought of a snap that would rid the world of 50% of its population is terrifying. The world has seen scenarios, such as famine and illness wipe out mass numbers before but not quite 50% of the population. This video by @What If  discusses the potential benefits of a “snap” that would wipe out half … Read more

Why Does Adult Education Matter?

Did you know that in 1973 only about 28% of jobs required a college degree? It’s estimated that by 2020, 73% of jobs will require a college degree or secondary certifications says Huffington Post. Adults oftentimes feel ashamed about having trouble doing basic things, such as math. It’s not uncommon for an adult to have low … Read more

The Principal of education- Gazi Jalaluddin

Gazi Jalaluddin is the personification of determination. The man screams zeal and revolutionary virtues; evident in every move he’s made since he was a young boy. At 65, Gazi’s vision of disseminating education hasn’t faltered. Started with nothing to successfully running an orphanage and 2 schools with over 25 teachers; this is the story of Gazi. … Read more

A Bag Full of Books – Muzoon Almellehan

War – the act of destroying, to create a history written by the winner. There are those that believe this to be the ultimate truth to progress- and then there is Muzoon. War struck, and forced to flee a life of comfort and great prospects; this is the story of a Syrian girl whose refugee … Read more

11 Great Education Apps for High School Students

High school can be a challenging time for many reasons. You are meeting new people, getting used to new teachers, and of course, you are managing more demanding classes. Luckily, we live in an era of technology where there is always something on the internet for pretty much everything. Do you struggle with math? Do … Read more

The World’s 10 Best Restaurants

Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy has been named the best restaurant in the world at The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018 awards in Bilbao, Spain. This is the second time Massimo Bottura, the experimental three-Michelin star head chef at Osteria Francescana took the winning spot, once before in 2016, and has put the town of … Read more

The Keys to A Healthy and Fulfilled Life

For as long as mankind has been around, we have had the desire to learn how to have a fulfilled and meaningful life? In my personal experience, I have discovered that the best way in which to feel a sense of accomplishment in life is to learn something new. The reason that people do not feel accomplished is … Read more

Emily Blunt — From Stutter to Stagecraft

Most people know Emily Blunt as a Golden Globe-nominated film and stage actress, who recently won accolades for playing the character of the beloved nanny in the Mary Poppins Returns. However, between the ages of 7 and 14 she developed a crippling stutter that had her struggling to even hold a simple conversation. “I was a smart kid and … Read more

‘Peace-ing’ the World Together through Education – Mahmoud Khalil

Being a refugee is often described as feeling like a fish out of water. It demands everything and more to survive, let alone thrive. Mahmoud Khalil says he’s had his share of ‘out-of-water’ experiences, and his story is an exceptional one of perseverance. A refugee of Palestine in Syria and then a refugee in Lebanon, Mahmoud … Read more

The Prince of Education – Gideon Olanrewaju

Think back to the education you’ve received, are you appreciative? It is easy to overlook it as we’re out achieving our aspirations. Well, there are those that see the potential in Education and to them – there is no greater joy than that of an educated world. Prince Gideon Olanrewaju is among those brilliant individuals … Read more