“Philanthropy” is generally translated from its Latin roots as “the love of humankind.” That means we automatically assume that all philanthropists are motivated, at least to some degree, by a desire
A farmer has to transport a fox, a chicken, and a sack of corn across a river. She can carry only one item at a time. If left together, the fox will eat the chicken, and the chicken will eat the corn.
By Jason Heidemann for the Orbitz Travel Blog Some dwarf in comparison to their gargantuan neighbors, others are still branded with a scarlet letter thanks to past global conflicts and none can compete
Kamala B.K. is tiny. She's barely 5 feet tall. A bright red ribbon sets off her dark hair. As she walks past our guesthouse in the village of Thankot, we try to get her to come over and talk to us. But
Where to find Florentine steak, Breton galettes, and South American comfort food Today, Eater returns to Paris, France, to check in on the newest dining destinations the city has on offer. Once again,
The Companion app, created by five students from the University of Michigan, enables users to request a friend or family member to keep them company virtually and track their journey home via GPS on an
Why employees bully other employees is a question academics have sought to answer since the 1990s. The perspective proposed by Swedish psychologist Heinz Leymann, father of workplace bullying research,
PALO ALTO, Calif. — As the push for diversity in tech continues, a growing number of companies and leaders are confronting the topic for the first time. Those that are new to diversity and inclusion often
When Elynn Walter walks into a room of officials from global health organizations and governments, this is how she likes to get their attention: "I'll say, 'OK, everyone stand up and yell the word blood!'
Mornings can be a real struggle but we're here to help you get a sugar-fueled start to the day. Doughnuts have long been a breakfast staple but a recent surge in popularity has made Chicago home to many