Isabelle Rogers

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University of Missouri Faculty Stages Walkout as Racism Protests Widen

The Atlanta Journal-Consitution/AP<p>AP<p>Ted Dully—The Boston Globe/Getty Images<p>Bettmann/Corbis<p>Paul Sakuma—AP<p>Dana Linnane—The Michigan Daily/AP<p>David L. …

How successful people beat stress

<i>This post originally appeared at LinkedIn. Follow the author here.</i><p>There are two kinds of people in this world: those who believe they can make things happen and those who believe things happen to <i>them</i>.<p>The first group are convinced that the outcome of their lives and careers is more or less in their …

Self-help

At long last, Filipino food arrives. What took it so long?

Nearly three years ago, before most Americans could pronounce sinigang, let alone find a place to enjoy the sour soup, Andrew Zimmern predicted Filipino cuisine would soon become the darling of diners who collect restaurant experiences like seashells on the beach. If you survey the dining landscape …

Indian Minister Says 2,000 Girls Are Killed Across the Country Every Day

Two thousand girls are killed in India every day, with many slain before or just after birth, the country’s Minister of Women and Child Development …

You’re praying to the wrong God: What organized religion gets wrong about prayer

<b>Kevin Spacey as Francis Underwood in "House of Cards" (Netflix)</b><p>Here’s how science and spirituality might find common ground — and learn something about the universe<p>Nancy Ellen Abrams<p>April 5, 2015 12:00am (UTC)<p>Excerpted from “A God That Could Be Real: Spirituality, Science, and the Future of Our …

There is nothing really Indian about Indian curry

In the Manhattan neighborhood known as Murray Hill, a few blocks along Lexington Avenue have become a Mecca for Indian food lovers. The area is so packed with restaurants peddling dosas, kathi rolls, and kormas that it has become known as “Curry Hill.” And yet on the menus in those restaurants, the …

How science aims to feed seven billion people

With seven billion people on the planet, traditional farming struggles to put enough food on everyone’s table. But a host of hi-tech tools aim to save the day.<p>As birth announcements go, it was a pretty big one. Sometime around the end of October last year, the world’s population officially reached …

12 Foods To Eat When You're Totally Stressed Out

<i>By Lindsay Funston</i><p>When work deadlines begin piling up and your social calendar is booked, the last thing you want to hear is to steer clear of the vending machine. Who has time for healthy eating? But when it comes to combating stress levels, what you eat may actually help relieve your tension. …

The $15 Billion Failure to Store Nuclear Waste | The Freedom Pub

Alan Caruba passed away in June 2015. Best known as a commentator on issues ranging from environmentalism to energy, immigration to Islam, Alan …

When and How to Take Notes (and a review of Evernote and Penultimate)

Do you like learning new things?Check out skillhacking to find out what works best!In every classroom, there’s a student furiously taking notes. …

The colourful world of Sonia Delaunay

The abstract artist's first ever British retrospective paints her as a key player in the history of creation – about time too, says Lucy Davies<p>Sonia Terk was 22 years old and already an established artist when she met the aristocratic painter Robert Delaunay in 1907.<p>Within a year of arriving in …

A dust devil forms on a field in Thermal, #California. After a winter of record-low snowfalls, the state’s four-year #drought has reached crisis proportions. @nytimes photographer Damon Winter boarded a helicopter in Thermal on Friday and flew above the Coachella Valley to capture an #aerial view of the area. “From a visual standpoint, you’re looking for something really graphic and striking,” he said. We’ll share more images from this series tomorrow. #nytweekender

The Non-Judgmental Guide to Getting Seriously Into Tea

My friend Laura is way more into wine than tea, so it took some cajoling to get her to travel an hour and a half away from home to a tiny tea shop in a Queens strip mall, where we settled in for a three-hour tasting of teas from all over China and Taiwan.<p>"I want you to see the amazing teas I keep …

This Is What 100 Calories Looks Like

Diet fads come and go every day, each one more extreme than the next. No carbs, no fat, high fat, no meat, high meat, no gluten — we don't know about …

Nutrition