Just what on earth is numerology?

An otherwise entirely rational person might confess to having a lucky number or two, but why do some people base important decisions on the right numbers?

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Your True Calling Could Suit a Nonprofit

It’s important to analyze why you are drawn to nonprofit work as a career, rather than as a volunteer.

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Trees Block Solar Panels, and a Feud Ends in Court

Call it an eco-parable: one Prius-driving couple takes pride in their eight redwoods, the first of them planted over a decade ago. Their electric-car-driving neighbors take pride in their rooftop solar panels, installed five years after the first trees were planted.

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A Comprehensive PBS Documentary on the Iraq War Becomes a Bi

“Bush’s War,” a “Frontline” documentary produced for the fifth anniversary of the United States’ invasion of Iraq, has been viewed online by a record number of viewers.PBS is the best source of news on TV. If you go to their site, check out the archives. You’ll love it.

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Mother of slain Marine: ‘I want women to be better protected

Lauterbach became a Marine, but her dreams were cut short.

Her body was found buried in the backyard of a fellow Marine, Cpl. Cesar Laurean, near Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, in January.

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A History Of Boycotts At The Olympics

Excellent summary of the boycotts that have arisen at the Olympic Games throughout the 20th Century

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Students of Virginity

There was a time when not having sex consumed a very small part of Janie Fredell’s life, but that, of course, was back in Colorado Springs. It seemed to Fredell that almost no one had sex in Colorado Springs. Her hometown was extremely conservative, and as a good Catholic girl, she was annoyed by all […]

April Fool! The Purpose of Pranks

Recent research suggests that the experience of being duped can stir self-reflection in a way few other experiences can.

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It’s Not You, It’s Your Books

Among the bookish, even casual literary references can turn into romantic deal breakers.

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