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Are you familiar with the classic Christmas carol, “The Twelve Days of Christmas”? You know, the one that goes like this:  “On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…” This beloved carol is a reminder of how much joy and happiness can be found in giving gifts during the holiday …

In the not-so-distant past, manufacturers and factory workers competed for the favor of consumers. Today, that dynamic has shifted. In response to cost pressures and shrinking profit margins, manufacturers across many industries have adopted collaborative strategies with unions as a key partner.

The world cup is arguably one of the most exciting sporting events to take place every four years. It brings together some of the best soccer players in the world and pits them against each other in what is essentially a winner-takes-all competition. The Soccer World Cup is held once every f…

It's no secret that women are hugely underrepresented in the movie industry. This lack of representation has a real impact on how women are viewed by society. As we continue to see male dominated films onscreen, it becomes more and more difficult for girls and women to feel represented and r…

Zoos are often thought of as places where people go to see animals, but they also play an important role in conservation. By housing and breeding endangered species, zoos are helping to ensure that these animals do not go extinct. Additionally, zoos are involved in research that is helping t…

The vast majority of future job opportunities will be in high-demand sectors like technology, science, and research. What’s more, these roles will require a greater understanding of STEM subjects. EquiTech Scholars is an academic program that is designed to support young people interested in…

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You already know they took home the world championship a few days ago. And the whole world also knows about the sign-cheating scandal a few years back. Yes, Manager A.J. Hinch and General Manager Jeff Luhnow were fired in the aftermath, draft picks were docked, and a $5 million fine was asse…