Soursop: Many Names, Many Flavors

In the English-speaking world, Annona muricata is called soursop. If that name is a turnoff, Spanish-speakers call it guanábana, French-speakers call it corossol or cachiman épineux, and the Thai know it as thu-rian-khack. These are...
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The Tough Question of Whether South America Is Dangerous

Literally every person I spoke with prior to my trip to South America last February echoed the same sentiment: South America is extremely dangerous and you’ll probably get robbed, even if you’re vigilant. In particular,...
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5 Mistakes Overachievers Make For Those Type A Personalities

I never got it as a student. It wasn’t until I became a teacher of college chemistry that I understood how meaningless (or misleading) grades were. College is a shock to many.  Students who found high school easy...
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Fashion’s Night Out Meets Social Media and Style

Fashion’s Night Out, a night of shopping and celebration that takes place across the globe tonight has made a controversial impact on the fashion industry and the consumer retail world. Although it continues to attract...
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