As the largest college admissions cheating scandal is at the spotlight of news, many celebrities and CEO’s are under fire as they are accused of paying their children’s way to top universities in the US. Collectively paying $25 million to a college admissions counselor named William Singer, the case is under full investigation as it is reported that the universities had no knowledge of the wrongdoing. Instead, it was coaches and staff that were keeping this secret under wraps.
An Arizona woman got attacked by a jaguar after she crossed the barrier to take a selfie with the animal. The jaguar will not be punished nor euthanized. The woman suffered injuries in her arm after this incident on Saturday. The feline was said to have dug its claws into the woman after she had jumped the fence for a picture. Witnesses say they heard the lady scream for help. When people showed up to help, they said the jaguar had its claws into the woman’s hand and flesh. Witnesses were trying to distract the jaguar enough to let the woman go by throwing water bottles into the cage. On Sunday, the woman who was attacked has apologized for the incident and admits that she was in the wrong for jumping the barrier. She is recovering well but had to get stitches on her arm.
Everyone in the world should spend roughly 1/3 of their time sleeping. Sleep is necessary to stay alert and ready, but it also effects our ability to learn new information. And researches are coming to find out that sleep enhances our memories. For example if you stay up late all night studying for a test you have early the next morning, you’re not going to be able to remember all the information you took in because you stayed up the whole night before. Continue reading Sleeping Makes You Smarter
If you are at home and are always bored with nothing to do but you live in the Cincinnati area
you can go out and do all sorts of things. For example, you can go to the Cincinnati Art Museum.
It features an unparalleled art collection of more than 67,000 artworks in the time span of 6,000 years.
In addition to displaying its own broad collection, the art museum also host several national and
international traveling exhibitions each year. They have recently opened Rosenthal Education Center
offers an immersive, hands on experiment for families. It’s a place for for the whole family to come to and
have a great time.
Another place would be Newport on the Levee. It is a multi level urban retail entertainment center located
on the south bank of the Ohio River in Newport, Kentucky directly across from downtown Cincinnati. You
can sit back and enjoy all the entertainment and new experiences. You can go to the arcade at
Gameworks, you can go to the one of the best dining venues, you could go bowling at Axis Alley, the
aquarium, or watch the beautiful sunset over the Cincinnati Skyline. All this and more are all at Newport
and the Levee. Bring you family, bring your friends, bring your significant other and just have a night out.
If you are into history you might be interested in the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. It is
perched on the north bank of the Ohio River. It celebrates freedom’s heroes, from the era of the
Underground Railroad to contemporary times, complete with inspiring stories and hands on activities.
Even though the exhibits and programming, the Freedom Center offers and educational and inspiring
experience for children and adults alike. It is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
The Creation museum is full of fun for the whole family. It is designed by a former Universal Studios
exhibit director. The Creation Museum presents a walk through biblical history in a state of the art 75,000
square foot museum. You can do a museum walk through, special effects theatre, Botanical gardens and
petting zoo, all of which is included in the admission.
Another place to visit if you like history, is the The Ark. The Ark encounter is a full sized reconstruction of
Noah’s Ark. Stretching more than 1.5 football fields in length and higher than four story house. You will be
shocked at how large it is. You can also visit the petting zoo, experience the themed restaurant and shop
in the gift shop, it’s a family fun event.
Some people really do not like going to school, I get that because school is not the most fun thing in the
world. Think about it, you could be traveling the world going to France or Spain or anywhere in the world, or
even just at home in your bed cozied up under all the blankets and pillows watching tv or sleeping.
Some people enjoy going to school because they get to see their friends and talk to them everyday and
some people like school because they actually want an education and then go to a great college to have
a successful career. School is not for everyone but everyone must go. There happens to be a great
program called the oaks, you can go to Great oaks or Live oaks. If you go to the oaks you have the
opportunity to learn about the career that you want to go into and start doing the practice for it. This is a
great thing to look into if you are not really wanting to go to college after high school and want to go
straight to a Career. Continue reading Going to the Oaks
We all can agree that we want that perfect white smile! But honestly achieving the pearly whites can be quite costly, whether its spending money on going to dentist regularly for whitenings/bleachings, or at-home teeth whitening kits. Honestly at-home teeth whitening kits are not only costly, but they can be abrasive against your enamel. I wanted to find natural, cost-efficient ways to achieve the best smile! Continue reading How To Achieve A Brighter Smile!
Julia Ruth Stevens, the daughter of baseball legend Babe Ruth, has died suddenly at the age of 102. Julia was the last surviving daughter of Babe’s. She was adopted into the Ruth family in 1930 and she took her last breath on Saturday in an assisted living facility in Nevada. “She lived a full life and tried to do her very best to perpetuate the legacy of Babe in a positive way,” Julia’s son Tom, described his mother as “Babe’s biggest fan”. She was born in 1916 when her parents split shortly after she was born. She moved to New York with her mother Claire Hodgson, when her mother met Babe Ruth in 1923 while they were there. Julia described her childhood with Ruth one time by saying, “I have this vague image of this huge man, who was really nice, coming to visit Mother, and he’d pick me up and set me on his lap and ask me little questions about how I was. If mother and I went out with him, people just crowded around.”
2,871 pounds of rice and chicken products are being recalled due to misbranding and undeclared allergens. Some of the products may contain milk and wheat and are not declared on the product label. They are labeled as chicken and rice products despite containing beef ravioli products. They were produced and packaged on January 16, 2019 and include the 7.5 ounce canned microwavable bowls of “Chef Boyardee rice with chicken and vegetables”. The ‘best by’ date on the can was labeled as July 8, 2020 and they were shipped to grocery stores in New York, Florida, and Kentucky.
In making this trade, the Steelers are passing up the opportunity to keep one of the five best wideouts in football on their roster. They cleared up $22.2 million of cap space for the opportunity to eat $21.1 million in dead money on their 2019 cap letting Antonio Brown play for someone else. Organizations only eat that sort of dead money when they have a player commit some serious off-field indiscretion or if they’re rebuilding and dumping underwater contracts from the previous regime.
The US Women’s Soccer team sues US Soccer for gender discrimination on National Women’s Day. The lawsuit comes just 3 months before the FIFA World Cup in France where the team will be defending their title.
The 28 members of the world champion women’s team filed a gender discrimination lawsuit after a long ongoing fight with the countries soccer federation. The team has said the discrimination involves unequal pay and working conditions. The team stated that there has been years of “institutionalized gender discrimination”.