What’s Behind the Rise of Young Adult Paranormal Romances?

Maria D’Antonio The story is very familiar. A high school girl, who is nerdy, shy around boys, unsure of herself, who suddenly finds herself captivated by the mysterious, drop dead gorgeous boy in the back of class. Sparks fly unexpectedly between the two teens, until again suddenly, she finds out the truth about her maybe [&hellip

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Taxis, On Demand: Ride-Sharing Apps’ Uneasy Future

Alison K. Lanier A generation of taxi-service apps are taking off and perhaps taking their toll on the traditional, generally pricier services. These apps, like the popular pink-mustached Lyft vehicles and the besieged Uber, are designed to enable anybody with a cell phone and Internet access to track down a ride with the simplicity of [&hellip

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The Imbue: One tool to Replace them All

Paloma Basilio In middle and high school I recall having to buy five different types of rulers for math class. One was for measuring while another was for making circular shapes. The rest were also special. It was a pain having to gather all the oddly shaped rulers in a pencil pouch. They never fit [&hellip

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In time for Easter: A Pope of Firsts

Maria D’Antonio The imminent arrival of Easter signals Pope Francis’ first anniversary in papal office. This will be his second Easter as Bishop of Rome, and we will take a small peak at his past and where he and the church are headed. Brief Biography According the Vatican’s website, Pope Francis is the first pope [&hellip

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Can Travel Pillows be Comfortable, Easy to Pack and Weatherproof?

Paloma Basilio Getting a good night’s rest is important, but even more important is having a comfortable rest. This can be a challenging task when faced with unknown weather conditions out in the middle of the woods for a camping trip. Portable pillows seem to be popping up everywhere, but the problem with those pillows [&hellip

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Mobile Apptitude: Heightening Security on Risky Apps

Dominic Brown, special to Nvate “[This program] would like to use your current location.” Look familiar? It behooves this mobile readership to discern why they’re asking. Not all apps need to know where you are and those that do don’t always have a “safe” reason. Some of them are flaky that way, and their benefits [&hellip

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Nvate Commentary: The Worth of a College Education

Zoha Syed For a long time, a college education has been considered fundamental. It has been instilled in our minds that few prospects remain in the “real world” without a degree attached to your name. Even accomplishing career goals is synonymous with having a college background that’ll help you do it. According to the National [&hellip

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Streamline Your Business to Give Yourself More Time to Focus

Aaron Thomson, special to Nvate The TD Canadian Small Business Survey showed that small business owners are working more hours than before, and nearly 90 percent stated that the business is always on their minds. Streamline your business by getting better use of the tools and your staff’s time. Gain time for yourself to focus [&hellip

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Google Loses Appeal in Street View Case: Decision Redefines Privacy Laws

Alison K. Lanier Privacy is consistently a headlining issue, making the backlash against Google’s Street View privacy infringements far from surprising. The company faced a drawn-out lawsuit accusing Google of violating federal wiretapping laws in the process of compiling its massively comprehensive Street View database. Street View is Google’s popular service for exploring any photographed [&hellip

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Scientists Shed Light on Different Uses of Light Exposure Therapy

Bobby Miller Editor’s note: [The intention of this article is to introduce the reader to seasonal affective disorder and light exposure therapy. It is in no way a replacement to medical advice. If you would like more information about the disorder and its treatment contact a medical professional in your area. If you have medical [&hellip

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