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This adorable Japanese 'raccoon dog' has charmed people all around the world

Tanu looks like a sleek and friendly raccoon - but he's actually a pet dog<p>This tanuki is probably your new favourite animal.<p>Raccoons are cute, but known to be vicious and probably wouldn't be up for a cuddle.<p>Tanu looks like a raccoon, but sleeker and perhaps cuter, and has all the mannerisms of a …

Pets

School Discipline: Standing Up for All Children in the Public School System

Two kindergartners were sent to the principal's office during their second week of school. One hit a little girl after she refused to share a toy. The other smacked a little boy after he cut to the front in the lunch line.<p>At the principal's office, each child was asked what happened in their …

Education

5 Myths and 5 Realities of Great Love

I recently went through a rough breakup with my (now ex-)boyfriend of over two years.<p>We'd been through rocky patches a time or two before, but this was the first time it'd felt so... final. This was the first time I really had to step back and admit to myself that I needed more than what this …

Relationships

ANOTHER DAY | DAVID LEVITHAN | BOOK REVIEW

<b>ANOTHER DAY is the sequel to Young Adult novel EVERY DAY from acclaimed author, David Levithan, who you may know best for NICK AND NORAH’S INFINITE</b> …

How To Write an “About Me” Page That Gets You Hired

About pages are hard. You have one page to summarize who you are, what you do, and how you’re different in a clear, concise, and confident way. No …

Creative Writing

Read before you speak

I have a suggestion: If you want to complain about curriculum, you need to read the books. Twice in the last week, undergraduates in North Carolina — first at Duke University and then at the University of North Carolina — have objected to assigned books they haven't read.<p>In the initial instance, a …