Favorite Famed As: Founder of Teach for America About: Wendy Kopp is the founder and CEO of Teach for America. She developed the concept during her senior year at Princeton University and it became her senior thesis. Following graduation Kopp continued working on the idea to make it reality. It
Favorite If you wanted to open a savings account, which bank would you choose to hold your money and why? Post the link to the bank’s website below.
Favorite McDonald’s, the world’s largest fast food chain restaurant, reported big losses for the 2014 fourth quarter. The company said, after reporting falling earnings and sales on Friday, that it will take action to bring customers back and save money. The chain plans to slow down openings of
Favorite Saudi Arabia is mourning the death of King Abdullah on Friday. World leaders, including Prime Minister David Cameron and French Resident Francois Hollande, gave gathered in Saudi Arabia to pay their respects, and President Obama, along with a U.S. delegation plan to arrive on Tuesday.
Favorite Statistics reveal that thirteen schools in Oregon have nonmedical vaccination exemption rates of fifty percent or greater. Many of the schools with these large percentages are in the affluent Lane County. The state requires vaccinations for diseases such as measles in order to attend
Favorite In a few months, Microsoft will release a head-mounted holographic computer called Project HoloLens. Chief inventor Alex Kipman explains that the headset is still a prototype that he has been working on for five years. He also developed the technology behind the Xbox motion sensing
Favorite On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate passed a bill that stated that climate change is real, by a vote of 98 to one. The only senator to vote no was Mississippi’s Roger Wicker. The landslide victory came via an amendment to current legislation that would like to force approval of the Keystone