#NortheasternUniversity Tag

Saudi Arabia, officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is a country in western Asia constituting the bulk of Arabian peninsula. With Riyadh as its capital, the country has gone through an immense amount of changes in terms of its politics, culture, human rights, and education. While some of its features make Saudi Arabia stand out, there are many factors which makes it unappealing...

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“When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful”, said Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate. However, the voice of a woman in the middle-east countries has always been oppressed for over a century and most of the time we can say that it still is. The only difference is, now we know what women deserve and how many of them...

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Making a book to the New York Times bestseller rejoices an author to the highest level. It makes the moment memorable for him, and the book memorable for all. It gives the author broader industry recognition, establishes him as a major thought leader, smoothens out his future contracts with established printing houses, and most importantly boosts the sales making it a deal worth million dollars....

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Our world is filled with creatures of all kinds who are fascinating but at the same time dangerous. Dolphins sleep with one eye open, penguins are birds but are flightless and then there are seals that can hold their breath for 2 hours. Like all the creatures I’ve mentioned here, Jellyfish is one of the most fascinating animals you will ever hear of: they are...

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disease

When we talk about modern- day advancements in science and technology, we concentrate on all the developments in the medical field that have helped doctors cure many deadly diseases and save millions of lives. However, there are still many diseases, mostly in developing countries where money can't be spent on the medical research and development. This often leads to many people losing their lives and...

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NASA

Somewhere, a 20- year- old has the bones of a child, somewhere, a 30- year- old woman looks like a teen and somewhere, a 36- year- old has a heart condition which forces her to wear IV bags constantly in order to take regular medications. All the above cases are happening to women all over the world, especially in countries where medical facilities and equipment...

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In a world where individual differences among humans are so large and diverse, people with disabilities often lag in terms of being recognised as one of them. However, with technological developments, new devices have been made in the past which has helped disabled people live easier lives. It is not easy for a disabled to live with the stamp of being ‘disabled’ when they are...

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In times of great developments and prosperity in terms of technology, economy, and infrastructure, our nature is in the headlines almost all the time. We are in a place where human minds are working to find cures rather than effective methods of prevention to save lives in the realm of actively changing climatic conditions. Due to the impact of climate changes, wildfires have been raging...

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