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Letter of Recommendation: iNaturalist

One Christmas, when I was about 8, I received a modern bestiary, a large photo-dense encyclopedia of animals. I had loved animals from toddlerhood… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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Should Buyers Be Told About the Killer Next Door?

I live in a one-family house adjacent to the house of a family whose son was a serial killer 25 years ago. He was 20 at the time and killed two… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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Gucci Moves Its Fine Jewelry Line Upmarket

MILAN — These are flush times for Gucci, the 96-year-old house that in recent years has become fashion’s all-conquering luxury brand…. Click Here for Full Article Source link

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5 Easy, Breezy Skin Care Tips for Guys this Winter

Maybe you’ve been told men’s skin is different from women’s skin (hint: it’s thicker, physically and not necessarily… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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A Macho Home on Guys’ Wrists

In the August issue of Vogue, Zayn Malik embraces Gigi Hadid, with a turquoise-and-silver ring on his right index finger. In an ad for Dior’s… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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The Return of the Techno-Moral Panic

The July 3, 1995, cover of Time Magazine featured, below the glowing face of an awe-struck child, a blaring, bold-type neologism that needed no… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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Why Applying to College Is So Confusing

The annual college applications frenzy is upon us — a season when high school students agonize over G.P.A.s and personal essays, hoping and… Click Here for Full Article Source link </a

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Can This Water Park Make Fun More Inclusive?

What happens when children of all different abilities get to play with each other? We take you inside a first-of-its-kind ultra accessible water… Click Here for Full Article Source link </a

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Who Doesn’t Love to Be ‘Petty’?

This fall, the Trump administration found its new favorite nondenial denial. When a reporter asked the embattled Secretary of State Rex Tillerson… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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The Takedown of Title IX

Last year, the phone rang in the office of the New York attorney Andrew T. Miltenberg. On the line was Tom Rossley, a trustee for 23 years at… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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A Street Wear Original Starts Its Own Label

Before there was Supreme, there was Union. Opened in New York City in 1989 by James Jebbia and Mary Ann Fusco, the store went through several… Click Here for Full Article Source link

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Orange Blossom Perfume, to Remind You of Summer

Crafted centuries ago, the original eau de colognes contained a blend of citrus essential oils, and many featured orange blossom as a key note…. Click Here for Full Article Source link

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