Former Stanford admissions officer: 'Well-rounded is not enough'—here's how to really stand out

This year's high school seniors have spent a significant portion of their high school careers learning during a pandemic.  During this time, students were forced to take classes online, some schools chose not to assign letter grades, extracurricular activities were curtailed and many colleges elected standardized test-optional admissions policies.  All of these changes mean that the class of 2022 will […]

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Turkey Central Bank Cuts Key Rate By 200 Bps

Turkey’s central bank resorted to another sharp rate cut on Thursday, despite high inflation and weaker currency. The Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey governed by Sahap Kavcioglu, decided to cut the one-week repo rate by 200 basis points to 16.00 percent from 18.00 percent. Markets had expected a moderate 50 basis points reduction. […]

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Covid-19 Delta outbreak: 80 new cases in community

There are 80 new cases of Covid-19 in the community today and the South Island has recorded no further spread of the virus after its first positive case in a year was discovered this weekend. As of 10am, 34 of today’s cases had been linked – including 16 household contacts – and 46 remained unlinked, the Ministry of Health said. […]

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Trump's New Social Network Is Already Breaking the Terms of Its Software License

Truth Social, the so-called anti-Big Tech, pro-free speech social media platform launched by Donald Trump, has already gone dark. It’s not because of hackers, either. It’s because the former president’s company allegedly violated the terms of its software agreement. The Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) is calling out former President Trump’s new social media network, claiming that the company violated the […]

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Apple Fires Leader Of #AppleToo Movement

Technology giant Apple Inc (AAPL), has reportedly fired an employee who was the leader of the #AppleToo movement that has brought forward the harsh workplace conditions in the company. The move is a part of a broad investigation to find out the person behind repeated leaks of insider news. Jannekke Parrish, a program manager of Apple Maps, had her contract […]

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Here’s a Quick Look at ARKW\u2019s Q3

Recent record highs in the S&P 500 and Dow Jones industrials have been very bullish for the equities in general. While the tech sector was beat up over the course of September, October has been a lot more favorable, especially with the start of the most recent earnings season. The worst may be over for tech now, with the rotation […]

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Woolworths to make vaccination mandatory for its 170,000 staff members

For our free coronavirus pandemic coverage, learn more here. One of Australia’s largest private employers, Woolworths, will implement a vaccine mandate for staff in an effort to reduce the risk of infection across its large supermarket network. All the company’s workers in stores, distribution centres and support offices will need to be fully vaccinated by either January 31 or March […]

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