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The Bama Rush TikTok trend has sparked curiosity about Greek life on college campuses. Christy Sasso is posting videos about how huge sums of money are handled in sororities. She said she was in charge of spending millions of dollars when she was 19 years old.
My Favorite Murder, which discusses true crime in a comedic way, has been one of the top podcasts since its launch in 2016. Fans of the show may enjoy listening to additional true crime podcasts that are available. Shows such as Up and Vanished, Zealot, and Someone Knows Something are also entertaining dives into the world of true crime.
Many countries around the world have bugs as one of their many protein options. There are some bugs that are tasty and totally good to eat and others that should be avoided. Here are the bugs you can eat to expand your culinary horizons.
Insider spoke to a variety of individuals who have different disabilities to highlight some of the biggest issues and types of discrimination that they face in the workplace. Even well-meaning colleagues sometimes treat their coworkers or employees who have disabilities differently or put them into uncomfortable scenarios.
Ben Platt and Beanie Feldstein met at a bat mitzvah when they were preteens. Ben Platt and Beanie Feldstein went on to successful careers on Broadway and in Hollywood, and they are still the best of friends. Feldstein told Seth Meyers in 2017 that she met Platt at a bat mitzvah, and they immediately hit it off.
Lindsay Mack is a former writer at Romper who covered health and lifestyle topics, writing over 2,000 original posts for the site. By interviewing experts in a variety of fields, she helped provide the most up-to-date and accurate health reporting for Romper's readers.
Unless your arm is actively being squeezed by a blood pressure monitor, it's easy to forget about this health measurement completely. But there's a good reason to keep it in mind when you're expecting. Here's what doctors want you to know about high blood pressure during pregnancy, because these two numbers can say so much about you and your baby's health.
Cats spend most of their time doing exactly as they please, and this attitude extends to their sleeping choices as well. If you have a feline who hogs the pillow, it's easy to wonder about this behavior. So why does your cat sleep on your head, anyway, and what does this choice of bed even mean?
Filing taxes may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you bring home a new baby, but it's a milestone like any other. So what is the 2020 Child Tax Credit if you had a baby between January 1 and December 31 in 2020?
Discussing mental health topics with your kids can feel intimidating. Honestly, plenty of adults are challenged by the topic, so explaining a concept like depression in kid-friendly terms can be difficult. Thankfully, there are plenty of children's books about depression to make the conversation easier, and many child psychologists recommend using books as a way to start this conversation.
" . . . and they lived happily ever after. " As a child you likely heard this ending, or some variation, in just about every book on your shelf. But as you got older, the endings grew more complex and ambiguous, and trying to guess the author's eventual resolution became part of the fun.
Here are my articles for MetroMBA, which are designed to help MBA applicants navigate the process of applying to business schools. From financial aid to entrance exams, these pieces cover topics that help prospective b-school students find the perfect program for their needs.
After completing your undergraduate degree, it can be tempting to keep the momentum going and charge straight into an MBA program. However, many schools want you to have a year or two of work experience before applying. Why do so many business schools have this requirement?
August Biship, Jai Patel, Beth Eidam and David Owusu are pictured distributing supplies to Hurricane Laura evacuees at the Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Convention Center. Developed in 2005 as a response to Hurricane Katrina, HandsOn New Orleans evolved from a disaster response project into a thriving volunteer center that provides service opportunities throughout the city.
Sometimes the right idea comes along at just the right time. When Josh D'Arcangelo and Stuart Seiler decided to start a nonprofit benefiting New Orleans, they settled on the idea of providing computers and internet access to students in need throughout the city.
The Junior Committee of the New Orleans Opera is an association of young women who support the local arts community. Members include opera aficionados and newcomers alike. Current Co-Chair Summer Duperon first joined the Junior Committee to make connections with other women in New Orleans and to support the arts.
FitLot is a New Orleans-based nonprofit that repurposes vacant lots into outdoor fitness parks. Vacant lots around the city are not only an eyesore, but also a factor that diminishes property values. FitLot's aim is to transform these underutilized lots and provide everyone in the city with easy access to free exercise spaces.
cheryl gerber photograph The Junior League of New Orleans (JLNO) is celebrating its 90th birthday in 2015. While the organization has seen many changes over the years, one constant remains: "Our mission has not changed - we train members to be better volunteers," said JLNO President Katherine Kleinpeter Raymond.
PlayBuild encourages kids aged 4 to 12 to learn about design and architecture through innovative play activities. After participating in the PitchNOLA Lots of Progress Competition in 2012, PlayBuild launched into action. The organization entered a blighted neighborhood in Central City and converted a lot into an outdoor alternative play space and classroom.
During my visit to the Excite All Stars camp in summer 2013, the facility was a blur of activity. Some campers finished up an Olympic games activity while others flocked to a snowball truck parked outside.
Louisiana Lost Lands Environmental Tours L3C offers a unique take on the traditional swamp tour. Winding through the wetlands, this tour showcases the beauty of the area's natural ecosystems. While experiencing a different side of Louisiana via kayak, motorboat and even on foot, visitors gain a deeper understanding of local environmental concerns.
Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans (EPNO) is an organization that encourages young professionals to cultivate a lifelong passion for philanthropy. New leaders work on fundraising and grant making practices to positively affect the New Orleans community.
Animal Rescue New Orleans (ARNO) was formed to help animals that were left behind after Hurricane Katrina. Today the no-kill shelter continues to rescue needy animals with the help of its dedicated volunteers. Here are the stories of Victoria Clark and Forynski, two young ARNO workers who better the lives of animals in the New Orleans area.
Chris Riggleman and Darren Knox Photographed by Cheryl Gerber New Orleanians and bicycles go together like grits and grillades - they're a perfect pair. After all, bicycles offer transportation, exercise and most importantly, fun. Fortunately, the RUBARB (Rusted Up Beyond All Recognition Bikes) organization provides an opportunity for New Orleans citizens of all ages to experience the joys of bike ownership.
Student advocate and all-around dynamo Andre Feigler, who was featured in a previous Young Bloods column for her work with YRNola, has launched a new startup designed to reach students during a notoriously dead portion of the school year: substitute days.
Fresh produce has a welcome place in New Orleans' culinary repertoire. After all, nothing beats the bite of a fresh bell pepper or the crunch of a Creole tomato. But growing fresh produce within city limits comes with its own set of difficulties - especially space restrictions.
Dana Reed, the director of Hope Stone Kids New Orleans, draws from her background as a professional dancer to inspire creativity in area students. Founded in 2002, the Hope Stone Kids program meets the artistic and emotional needs of underserved students in Houston, Texas.