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Student Loan Debt: How Big Will the Bubble Grow?

It’s universally understood that college is an expensive place, and there’s no easy way of escaping graduation without incurring some amount of debt. The real question is, “just how much?” When you talk to people about their student loans, it’s not ...
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Zed’s Dead: Pulp Fiction in Chronological Order

Love him or hate him, Quentin Tarantino weaves a pretty mean and engaging story… and in the case of his second major release, the now classic Pulp Fiction, that story is engagingly complex. You could watch the films drug abusing, ...
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The Changing Lives of Arab Youth

Life in the Arab world has not been the same since the Arab Spring uprisings began in Tunisia a year and a half ago. The Arab Spring spread through neighboring countries, carving out the destructive paths of rebels and insurgents ...
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The Weight of the Nation

It’s no surprise that the United States is facing an alarming obesity problem (no surprise because most people can name the location of every fast food joint in town, but hit a wall when asked about the times and locations ...
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Working Out In The Workplace

It’s no secret that Americans spend quite a bit of time at their desk while they’re at work, but did you realize that it’s close to roughly a third of their entire time spent there? Exercise is a vital and ...
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Self-Learning: The New Master’s Degree

The free wheeling heydays of paying 100s of thousands of dollars for an education while driving around with the top down screaming, “Money ain’t a thang,” times may soon be over. People are getting tired of paying an exorbitant amount ...
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5 Strange Signs The Economy Is Improving

Normally when people think about the economy improving they refer back to the housing market and consumer confidence index for support on the matter. Instead of sifting through all of that coma-inducing economic data, take a second to think about ...