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The Wage Difference Problem

by Jenny Chang Men may be from Mars and Women from Venus, but when it comes down to getting paid for the same or similar type of work, men eat steak and women get the scraps. The wage difference in the United States has been an issue for several generations of women and minorities in…

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Aid for Underprivileged Students

by Charity Bailey As poverty becomes an increasing problem in the United States, many families are forced to turn to federal, state, or community assistance when it comes to helping their children with meals, after-school programs, schools supplies, and sports equipment. Unfortunately, many families do not know what programs are in place to help, or…

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Sustainable Fish Farming and 3D Designing

by Edward Lakatis South African innovator Alan Flemming has recently made news by securing a finalist’s spot in the well-known Siemens Stiftung’s Empowering People Award, which recognizes and rewards the most helpful technical innovations across the world in a developmental context. Fleming was quoted regarding fish farming as “South African innovation in action”. Fleming’s innovation…

Wirelessly Tied Down

Guest Blogger: Amelia Wood Cell phones, laptops, PDAs, tablets. These are just some of the many electronic devices we plug into daily, and the list is only growing. With emails to check, friend requests to accept, and tweets to post, people just can’t seem to break their digital addiction. According to the research firm eMarketer,…