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Bearing News

CRISPR sparks inspiration, fear among scientists

CRISPR sparks inspiration, fear among scientists

James Glaser January 26, 2020

Jurassic Park is remembered for many things: an incredible soundtrack composed by John Williams, remarkable dinosaur effects and surprising wisdom. The most famous piece of wisdom from Jurassic Park is,...

3 fun ways to reuse Thanksgiving leftovers

3 fun ways to reuse Thanksgiving leftovers

sophie froese November 29, 2019

A holiday like Thanksgiving tends to produce an excess amount of everyone’s favorite casseroles, pies and oven baked meats; however, leftover turkey sandwiches can only be enjoyed in a finite amount...

CNC Laser cutting of metal, modern industrial technology. Small depth of field. Warning - authentic shooting in challenging conditions. Photo from Envato Elements.

Machine learning fuels fun, innovation, crime

James Glaser November 22, 2019

Alan Turing, famous mathematician and computer scientist, is well known for many accomplishments and ideas; among them is the Turing Test. The test defines the point at which one may consider a machine...

Plan leading strategy of successful business competition concept. Hand of player chess board game putting white pawn, copy space

Fast food, environment meet strategic analysis

James Glaser November 4, 2019

Afast food restaurant is designed to be an extremely efficient place to buy a meal. We arrive in our cars, order, move forward, pay, move forward, get food and leave. Of course, the bulk of the journey...

Terror Management Theory fuels culture, conflict

Terror Management Theory fuels culture, conflict

James Glaser September 27, 2019

What separates humans from other animals?  Depending on who you ask, you will get a lot of different answers. People who trust in Genesis 1:26 may state that our dominion over other animals creates a...

A woman sells farm fresh vegetables and fruit at Umicho Fish Market in Kanazawa, Japan on April 24, 2019.
Photo by George Frey / Bearing News

From the Far East to the Midwest: Service with a Smile

George Frey May 2, 2019

Having a part-time job is, for the most part, common for quite a few RBHS students. From food service to retail, many over 16 in the United States work to earn extra money. While these jobs can be fun...

A man gazes at an African woman aboard a Yamanote Line Subway train Tokyo, Japan on April 22, 2019.
Photo by George Frey / Bearing News

From the Far East to the Midwest: Being a visible minority

George Frey May 2, 2019

Japan is a country of more than 100 million people. Out of this amount, 98.5 percent are ethnically Japanese, so, it’s safe to say, I, a blonde, blue eyed Caucasian, stand out. But this hasn’t hindered...

Royal Tea: Book Edition

Royal Tea: Book Edition

Valeria Velasquez April 30, 2019

  When’s the last time you saw an individual actively check out a library book that wasn’t for a class in the media center? When’s the last time you saw someone’s eyes sparkle with tender...

Royal Tea: Screen Time Edition

Royal Tea: Screen Time Edition

Valeria Velasquez April 30, 2019

I’ve written college essays about the maintaining of this blog, had countless laughter sessions while reading my own writing (if I don’t think it’s amusing, who will?) and have spent hours looking...

The modern gent: an April lookbook

The modern gent: an April lookbook

Will Napier April 8, 2019

Old School (Black sherpa lined denim jacket, grey newsboy cap, black t-shirt, grey pants, black low top converse) The old school look I have put together mixes different pieces that typically wouldn’t...

Royal Tea: Georgiana of Cavendish

Royal Tea: Georgiana of Cavendish

Valeria Velasquez March 5, 2019

This week’s edition of Royal Tea will be discussing the life of the great-great-great-grandaunt of the beloved Princess Diana of Wales, Georgiana Cavendish. Georgiana’s life, despite being littered...

Estatua de DEMÉTER del tipo Madrid-Capitolio, en el Museo del Prado de Madrid (España). Copia romana, esculpida en mármol a comienzos del siglo III d.C., de un original griego realizado para el santuario de Eleusis hacia 425-420 a.C. La cabeza y los brazos son añadidos barrocos.
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Statue of DEMETER of the Madrid-Capitol type, at the Prado Museum in Madrid (Spain). Roman copy, sculpted in marble in the early 3rd century CE, of a Greek original made for the Eleusis sanctuary circa 425-420 BC. Head and arms are Baroque addings.

The woman, the myth, the legend: Demeter

Isabel Thoroughman December 19, 2018

In addition to brief but intense obsessions with deep sea creatures, legos, roller skating and my cousin’s old polly pockets, I spent a lot of time in elementary school at the library reading about...

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