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Recycle for Good builds home for deserving family


When the vision for the stadium became a reality in 2013, the Blank Foundation committed $15 million towards community revitalization of neighborhoods adjacent to Mercedes-Benz Stadium and in tandem, are working with founding partners to create meaningful impact in the Westside communities. Last year, Novelis, the world’s largest recycler of aluminum,

Northwich museums win prestigious national awards for imaginative teaching


Two Northwich museums - the Lion Salt Works and Weaver Hall Museum and Workhouse - have been awarded prestigious Sandford Awards for the excellence of their imaginative teaching and inspirational learning activities with schools. The Sandford Award is an independently judged, quality assured assessment of education programmes at heritage sites, museums, archives and

Young Ghanaian gender-Artist wins top in SA’s prestigious L’Atelier art awards


Young Ghanaian female artist, Priscilla Kennedy who uses her art work to fight gender stereotypes was among top winners at this year’s L’Atelier art awards held in Johannesburg, South Africa, a report received here on Thursday has said. Kennedy, a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Fine Arts student at the Kwame Nkrumah

Global Learning XPrize finalists handed $1 million to build education software


Back in 2014, XPrize launched a new competition designed to tackle illiteracy in the developing world. Like all XPrize competitions, the Global Learning challenge was aimed at solving a big problem by offering up serious prize money to technology teams all the world. In this case, the problem to be addressed is

What Students In Kolkata Did To Combine Business With Social Change

We, as humans, are supposed to stand by one another and social entrepreneurship is the modern, industrial and technical way of doing so. Social entrepreneurship is using the techniques used by startup companies and other entrepreneurs to develop, fund and implement solutions to social, cultural, or environmental issues. We are living

Google Code-in 2017 lets students win prizes while learning about open source


Open source is changing the world, and it is important that children get educated on the subject as early as possible. It's a competitive workforce out there, and students need to be prepared. Of course, learning about open source doesn't have to be a chore -- gaining knowledge can sometimes

Sibongile Sambo: Elevating Beyond Rejection To Big Achievements


"Everytime I thought I was being rejected from something good, I was actually being redirected to something better." - Steve Maraboli   You might have suffered so many rejections in life that make you wonder why life is so unfair and all up against you but that shouldn't be the case.Rejection will come

The Beautiful Ones Are Here

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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead   Who says "the beautiful ones are not yet born”? Well, in the fast-paced world that we inhabit, no one can deny that the beautiful ones are