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3 students killed, 6 injured in van rollover while returning from drag race in Arizona

Added: 23.02.2020 1:59 | 10 views | 0 comments

The students were on their way back from a National Hot Rod Association event in Chandler, Arizona, officials said.

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Coronavirus: Ethiopian student living in Wuhan

Added: 22.02.2020 14:19 | 2 views | 0 comments

Hanok Andamariam is an Ethiopian student in Wuhan, the city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Hundreds join protest against ban of opposition party in Thailand

Added: 22.02.2020 13:30 | 13 views | 0 comments

Hundreds of students and supporters held a protest in Bangkok on Saturday against a court decision dissolving Thailand's second largest opposition party, less than a year after an election that ended direct military rule.

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Thai students to protest banning of popular opposition party

Added: 22.02.2020 11:16 | 15 views | 0 comments

Thai students are expected to stage a protest on Saturday against a court's decision that dissolved the country's second largest opposition party, less than a year after an election to end direct military rule.

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Michigan Says It Is Investigating if Team Doctor Abused Students

Added: 22.02.2020 9:18 | 30 views | 0 comments

The announcement by Michigan came months after a former student told the university that Dr. Robert E. Anderson had engaged in sexual misconduct.

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Australia reopens the door to some Chinese students after coronavirus ban

Added: 22.02.2020 6:18 | 3 views | 0 comments

The Australian government said on Saturday it will allow the return of some Chinese high school students who have been blocked from entering the country due coronavirus restrictions, reopening the door to a market that is key for the economy.

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College baffled as to how accused sex trafficker lived in daughter's dorm

Added: 21.02.2020 22:53 | 14 views | 0 comments

Larry Ray is accused of preying on Sarah Lawrence College students in a web of manipulation, extortion, sex-trafficking and money-laundering.

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The Best of Community-Based Tourism in Cambodia

Added: 21.02.2020 22:41 | 1 views | 0 comments


If you're interested in community-based tourism in Cambodia, this quick round-up of the best performances, hotels, shops and more is an excellent place to start. “Community-based tourism” is a hot topic in Cambodia, where many worthy projects compete with more conventional—and even downright crooked—enterprises in a rapidly growing economy. The below are guaranteed ways to put your money toward a good cause. Sights and Performances
  • , located near Banteay Srei, is managed by a Canadian NGO, with proceeds going to a home for impoverished children.
  • is a rewarding attraction in Siem Reap that trains underprivileged students to become circus performers.
  • in Siem Reap hosts shadow puppet theater shows performed by kids from the Krousar Thmey NGO.
  • is an NGO that stages excellent traditional dance performances in the garden of the National Museum in Phnom Penh.
Tours
  • Tonlé Sap Lake Tours are available through the or both of which support conservation efforts.
  • Khmer Architecture Tours in Phnom Penh are offered by the excellent an NGO that promotes and documents modern Khmer architecture.
Hotels and Homestays
  • sponsors higher education for all its staff and some of its tuk-tuk drivers.
  • , near Siem Reap’s airport, provides training to young Cambodians, and visitors are welcome to stay or eat here.
  • , in Siem Reap, works closely with several social organizations to promote responsible tourism and hosts apsara dance performances organized by the NGO Sangkheum Center for Children.
  • is an excellent hotel in Siem Reap that runs a foundation to support projects in education, business, and health care.
  • provides income for local families and allows visitors a window into Khmer life.
Restaurants
  • Sala Bai, in Siem Reap, trains young Cambodians in the restaurant business.
  • The Haven is a Swiss-run restaurant in Siem Reap that employs disadvantaged young adults.
  • Common Grounds is an American-style coffeehouse in Siem Reap whose profits go to a number of NGOs in Cambodia.
  • Footprint Café, in Siem Reap, donates 100 percent of its net profits to the local community as grants for educational projects.
  • Kinyei Café is an NGO affiliate that trains local youth in Battambang.
  • Jai Baan Restaurant, in Battambang, is NGO-managed and offers gourmet dining.
Shops
  • , in Siem Reap, sells products made by underprivileged Cambodians.
  • , in Siem Reap, produces great pottery and reinvests its profits into local job creation and cultural preservation.
  • trains and employs rural, in some cases disabled, tailors in its Siem Reap shop, which purchases and recycles waste from the community to make its products.
  • , in Phnom Penh, offers employment to vulnerable Cambodians, who produce jewelry and toys
  • , in Phnom Penh, support projects in the Cambodian and Vietnamese countryside
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to Frederich Hipp

Added: 21.02.2020 22:37 | 1 views | 0 comments


Richard P. Feynman to Frederich Hipp, April 5, 1961

Editor's Note: Frederich Hipp, a high school student, was fascinated by physics ("atomic theory and quantum mechanics in particular") and had built a cloud chamber for his science project. He was concerned, however, that he had little aptitude for math. His question to Feynman: "Can a person of normal mathematical ability master enough math to do work on some professional level in this field?" Mr. Frederich Hipp New Milford, Connecticut Dear Sir: To do any important work in physics a very good mathematical ability and aptitude are required. Some work in applications can be done without this, but it will not be very inspired. If you must satisfy your "personal curiosity concerning the mysteries of nature" what will happen if these mysteries turn out to be laws expressed in mathematical terms (as they do turn out to be)? You cannot understand the physical world in any deep or satisfying way without using mathematical reasoning with facility. How do you know you don't have an aptitude for math? Perhaps you disliked your teacher, or it was presented wrong for your type of mind. What do I advise? Forget it all. Don't be afraid. Do what you get the greatest pleasure from. Is it to build a cloud chamber? Then go on doing things like that. Develop your talents wherever they may lead. Damn the torpedoes—full speed ahead! What about the math? Maybe (1) you might find it interesting later when you need it to design a new apparatus, or (2) you may not go on with your present ambition to understand everything, but instead find yourself a leader in some other direction, such as building the most ingenious rocket-ship control devices, or (3) biological problems may ultimately absorb all your interest and talent for doing experiments and learning about nature, etc. If you have any talent, or any occupation that delights you, do it, and do it to the hilt. Don't ask why, or what difficulties you may get into. If you are an average student in everything and no intellectual pursuit gives you real delight, then I don't know how to advise you. You will have to discuss it with someone else. It is a problem that I have not thought about very hard. Sincerely, R. P. Feynman

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