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Python Reacts Accordingly as Ranger Gets Too Close for Comfort

Python Reacts Accordingly as Ranger Gets Too Close for Comfort

During a photography shoot with a wild python and nearby locals, a forest rescuer was nearly strangled. The incident was the result of Sanjay Dutta, the ranger, receiving a call about a snake eating the village goats in Jalpaiguri, India. The man was successful in catching the snake, along with his colleagues, but took a different course of […]

Robert Renteria: Who Stands Out in the Barrio

Robert Renteria: Who Stands Out in the Barrio

On June 2, 2018, Rotary’s International President, Ian Riseley, hosted the Rotary International Peacebuilding Conference. At the conference, speakers such as John Williams, Scott Land, and many more spoke to youth from all over the U.S. at the South Shore Country Club. Chicago was the only site for the U.S.-based Peacebuilding Conference and focused on […]

Autoimmune Disease Joins the Conversation During Men’s Health Month

Autoimmune Disease Joins the Conversation During Men’s Health Month

Autoimmune disease (AD), a condition in which one’s immune system mistakenly attacks the body’s own healthy cells, is currently reported to affect 50 million Americans today. So why is AD virtually absent from the discussion during Men’s Health Month? Autoimmune disease is disproportionately prevalent among women – which account for more than 75 percent of […]

Benefits and Career Building on the Social Media Network Platform

Benefits and Career Building on the Social Media Network Platform

Usually, social media would relate to how others would use the platforms to keep up with trends, friends, and just general interests. Social media was nothing more than for the personal entertainment. But now it is serving a much different purpose in how users build their career and reputation. In a way, it has begun […]

Low Voter Turnout for Nevada Primaries and General Elections

Low Voter Turnout for Nevada Primaries and General Elections

The poll numbers continue to suffer for Nevada primaries and general elections. Is this a result of turnout or burnout? Traditionally Nevada voters are known to be lackluster concerning their civic duty to vote, however, some are wondering if it is just due to turnout or burnout. Low voter turnout in the United States as […]

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