More Frequent, Severe Climate-Fueled Disasters Exacerbate Humanitarian Crises

Letitia Denham

Extreme weather and climate-linked disasters have killed 410,000 people since 2010, according to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

The group’s “World Disasters Report 2020” released yesterday says more frequent and severe catastrophes threaten to exacerbate humanitarian crises and lead to economic hardship even as global death counts drop because of steps to improve resilience.

The relief organization warns that major disasters are increasingly happening in

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Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson wants to end career with Internacional

Letitia Denham



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Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has revealed he wants to return to his former side Internacional in Brazil to finish his career, admitting they are ‘the club that I love’.

Alisson kicked off his playing days with the Brazilian Serie A outfit in 2013 having joined their academy at the age of ten and the team gave him a huge platform to showcase his ability

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College football’s COVID struggles may be getting worse

Letitia Denham

Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football (“How To Be A Social Media Savage” handbooks sold separately by whoever runs the Maryland football Twitter account:

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THIRD QUARTER: COLLEGE FOOTBALL AND COVID, THE ONGOING STRUGGLE

From the beginning of this Year of the Virus, it has been clear that the sport least compatible with curtailing COVID-19 is college

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Brown University students create “Burn Brown Book,” outlining racism and activism on campus

Letitia Denham

A group of students at Brown University recently released the “Burn Brown Book,” a guide outlining the history of racism, capitalism and activism on campus. After two years of research and writing for a class project, the group released the 175-page guide this summer as protests against racial injustice spread throughout the country. 

The goal of the guide is to provide an alternative vision for the college: become an elite

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Should we put pressure on children when it comes to education?

Willy Urias

Emotional intelligence and its branches – personal, social, and emotional development remain the most important aspects that contribute to the formation of a successful child. And their education starts from the first year of life until the age of 5 the children are in the period of maximum opening, accumulation, processing, and learning.

According to ReviewsBird, there are a lot of parents that put pressure on children when it … Read More