Samantha Gray Meaux : Why Suicide Has Become and Epidemic--and What We Can Do to Help "Athletes, doctors, prostitutes, and bulimics all share a heightened risk of suicide. All have a history of tamping down the instinct to scream."
Eddy Schumacher : So, in 2010 Newsweek posits that the government is too big and unweildy for even the brilliant Obama to handle. Obama's brilliant answer? Make the government bigger and interject it into more of people's lives. And now, NOBODY in the administration knows ANYTHING about what their departments are doing and are all pleading ignorant in their respective scandals. Am I the only one that sees this problem? Can more people not put these pieces together? 12 minutes ago - View -
Jason Cook : Why Suicide Has Become and Epidemic--and What We Can Do to Help Suicide rates are skyrocketing, especially among middle-aged white Americans. Why? 37 minutes ago - View -
Jim Blackburn : Perfect storm for suicide according to doctor source of Newsweek - loneliness, feeling of not being able to take care of self and family and a willingness to act. Have all three at same time and there is trouble. 48 minutes ago - View -
Pratt Institute : Maisie Schloss, Emma Hastil, Emily Levine: Who Is the Next Fashion Star to Come out of Design... Earlier this month on the Pratt runway, senior Emma Hastil utilized explosively colored prints to create an athletic-streetwear effect.
The Daily Beast & Newsweek took a closer look at thesis collections by Pratt Institute Fashion seniors. 1 hour ago - View -
Jim Blackburn : Preparing new mental health program this summer...I know this is not fun to talk about but depression is now one of the most serious and prominent illnesses in this country. More die by suicide than most other means. Check out the cover story in Newsweek...Why are we killing ourselves and how can we stop it? 1 hour ago - View -
Erin Rosner : The Al Jazeera Revolution " I confess it took a minute for all these cultural nuances to sink in: a woman student at Georgetown going to a conference at Brookings and giving hell to an Islamist from Egypt—all of it in Doha."
UMC Foundation : It's Hip to be Plain The Amish brand is strong enough to appeal to a cross section of Americans with widely divergent aesthetics, ethical standards, and entertainment preferences. As one marketing manager at a Christian publishing house told Newsweek, “You slap a bonnet on the cover and double the sales.” 1 hour ago - View -
Thomas DiMattia : Cover Photos This tv series, in Danish, is not for children, and some things will be offensive to Catholics. Nevertheless, I think it's basic premise is sound.
The #1 tv series in Europe. Newsweek called it "The greatest political drama series ever."
Can be seen streamlined now at Link TV.com for two weeks after each tv episode is shown at LinK TV. Episode 1 was shown 4 days ago. . . 1 hour ago - View -
Lisa's Voice : 15 to 20 percent of couples have sex no more than 10 times a year, which experts define as a sexless marriage. — Newsweek -....What's wrong with this picture? 1 hour ago - View -
Jostein Dalum : Bumrungrad International Hospital | Bangkok Thailand - Medical Procedures/Health Check-ups Thailand har over 470 private sykehus med førsteklasses leger som kan gi det noe av beste som kan oppdrives av medisinsk behandling. Newsweek kåret i 2005 Bumrumgrad sykehus i Bangkok til verdens beste sykehus. Sykehuset behandler omlag en halv million utenlanske pasienter i 2008. I stedet for å stå i helsekø i Norge kan sykehustilbud i Thailand være et svært godt alternativ. 1 hour ago - View -
It includes plenty of insight and research into why suicide has been an upward trend, though no real solutions and whatnot. It opens up a conversation that I don't think will happen any time soon, whether on a Facebook link or otherwise. 2 hours ago - View -
Newsweek Magazine and its online counterpart The Daily Beast named Cheltenham High School as one of America's Best High Schools 2013. With a ranking of 760, Cheltenham High School holds a very respectable place on the list and proves that it is successfully preparing students for college.
For three years now, Newsweek/The Daily Beast has collected information from public education institutions, including charter and magnet schools from throughout the country. With data submitted from thousands of schools, the Newsweek/The Daily Beast list covers a large cross section of America. In all, 2,000 high schools make up the 2013 list with 77 coming from Pennsylvania. Schools are judged by their four-year, on-time graduation rate; the percentage of graduates accepted to college; number of Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate classes and the number of students enrolled in them; and the average scores on the SAT and other exams.
With a 98% graduation rate, 90% college bound rate, 1545 average SAT score and 3.5 average Advanced Placement exam score, Cheltenham High School achieved an impressive score of 3.2 which placed it as number 760 on the list of 2000. According to Newsweek/The Daily Beast those schools on the list, “have proven to be the most effective in turning out college-ready grads." 2 hours ago - View -
Daren Johnson : Monica Zorrilla's Photos Flickr / Yahoo / Tumblr event pinpointedpromo2012...@eBay --- A pinpointed assignment for assignment's!
New York City photography and writing by Vivienne Gucwa featuring the landscapes, architecture and neighborhoods of New York City. As a native New Yorker currently living on the Lower East Side, her photography and writing explore the ever changing urban landscapes of the five boroughs. In a city that changes and evolves at a fast pace, documenting these changes is a major focus of her work.
Her photography has been featured in a variety of publications online and in print, as well as TV: The Biography Channel, cover art for the book A Killer's Essence by Dave Zeltserman, cover art for the anthology It's Animal, but Merciful, cover art for the "Lucky Now" single by Ryan Adams, Cover of the inaugural issue of the Lo-Down Magazine, Gallery showing - Mars Bar Retrospective - at Plush NYC, ABC News Online, NBC News Online, The National Endowment for the Humanities Magazine, Io Donna - Corriere Della Sera, on a billboard screen in midtown Manhattan during the summer of 2012, NY Times - Local East Village, Digital Journal, Huffington Post, Travel and Leisure, BoingBoing, My Modern Met, Gothamist, Curbed, Eater, Time Out NY, Racked, Yahoo News, Manhattan User Guide, BlackBook Magazine, Kate Spade NY, Newsweek Online, Village Voice Online, Buzzfeed, NabeWise, Neighborhoodr, NearSay, The Lo-Down NY, Bowery Boogie, EV Grieve, The Frisky, and Schmap Guide Sixteenth Edition.
Her photography can be found in a cohesive portfolio here: New York City photography by Vivienne Gucwa.