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Murder, in literal definition, means the unlawful premeditated killing of another human being, and rightly so, the person who performs the unlawful act is acknowledged as a murderer. From way back in time, society has rendered abode to many mass murderers and serial killers. For instance, Ken Bianchi, infamous for raping and murdering a dozen of women on the West Coasts in the late 1970s;...

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It is now an irrefutable fact that regular reading not only helps in making one smarter, but it can actually increase an individual's brain power. Many studies show that reading at a young age affects the brain activity of children and may just give them that boost they need to support and promote early reading skills.   In such an endeavor, Northeastern University recently hosted a month-long reading...

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"Live as if you were to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever"-Mahatma Gandhi It is true when you learn, you grow. Learning comes in different forms; some learn through books, some learn through practice and some learn through failures. A highly qualified teacher still learns, a dignified worker also learns. Learning never stops but from where this learning material comes from? Environment....

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Climate change occurs when changes in Earth's climate system result in new weather patterns that last for at least a few decades, and maybe for millions of years. In the context of climate variation, anthropogenic factors are human activities which affect the climate. Of most concern are the increase in CO2 levels, industrial land use, ozone depletion, animal husbandry, and deforestation.   In 2017, Ryan Maia, a student of Northeastern University visited Singapore...

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Johnson, a student of the Northeastern University and an apprentice boat builder, had to decide if he could leave the drill of his boat named ‘persistence’ bit buried in its sole, or if the metal would eventually rust and rot out the wood around it. As it turned out, throughout the process of designing and building boats, Johnson got to realize he wanted to be...

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Aaron Roth, a biologist at Northeastern University explained, “What you are actually seeing is the trees conserving energy”. This is not a problem in the summer when trees can pull water up from their roots and there is enough sunlight to be absorbed by the hungry plants.   In the autumn when the weather cools, something amazing happens in the trees. All the green leaves begin to...

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