Travel Diaries: Beautiful North American Wildlife Safaris

December 20, 2016

The word safari calls to mind exotic destinations like Africa, full of native animals you can’t see anywhere else. North America has a host of animals as well and is an up and coming wildlife destination. The US and Canada are vast countries with plenty of wilderness and national parks to keep any nature lover in awe. Newfoundland, Canada Newfoundland is a hot spot for whale watc... Read More
 
 

Unhealthy Foods You Can Actually Eat

November 12, 2016

Food is a hot talking point in the modern world. The rising obesity levels are causing alarm and health specialists and nutritionists are trying to offer advice on things we should be eating and the foods we’re better avoiding. But the messages we’re getting can be rather confusing and hard to implement in real life. So, what to do when the cravings hit? We’ve looked into some of the assu... Read More
 
 

Must Read Novels From 2016

October 3, 2016

Looking for some awesome novels to enjoy this year? While the year has not yet ended, we have already enjoyed some classic books in 2016. Since Christmas is also fast approaching, it’s a good time to take note of the novels so far and perhaps add some of these to your gift basket. As the winter weather draws closer, it’s time to grab a book from the below list and snuggle up with a hot cup of ... Read More
 
 

Impact of Social Media on US Elections

September 14, 2016

When the first public tweet was sent on March 21 2006, people were oblivious of the impact of these 140 character messages on the U.S. presidential elections in the next decade. President Obama was the first U.S. president to use the social media platform effectively as part of his overall campaign strategy in the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections. Obama’s social-media savvy campaign was high... Read More
 
 

Tips for Out-Of-State Students

August 6, 2016

As Walt Disney once said, “Our curiosity leads us forward through new paths, in new directions, making us open new doors, doing different things.” This saying aptly suits those looking to pursue their higher education in a different state, at an out-of- state college. Research says that, out-of- state students account for about 17% of the total enrollment at any college. A report published ... Read More