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Claiming the Summit Without Reaching the Top

Only 44 people have reached the summit of all 14 of the world’s 26,000-foot peaks, according to the record books. Or, maybe no one has. The difference ...


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Navy SEAL on the Importance of Small Things

Retired US Navy Four-Star Admiral William McRaven spoke to the students at the University of Texas about what needed to be done to change the world:

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Sometimes You Have to Stoop to Conquer

Author Isabel Wilkerson chronicles one of the great untold stories of American history: the migration of more than six million black citizens who fled ...


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This Is Why Japanese Children Score Higher on Math Tests

In standardized math tests, Japanese children consistently score higher than their American counterparts. Researchers have found that it has more to do ...


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Japanese Train Safety Improved by Learned Reflex

The workers on Japan’s rail system repeatedly call out to no one and point to seemingly nothing. A train driver checking his speed, for example, ...


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Weather Update Accidentally Enlivened by Video Filters

When a reporter for an ABC affiliate tried to give an inclement weather update, he was confused by the initial response. After finding out what happened, ...


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Look at Your Fish

The writer David McCullough tacked a plaque above his desk that reads: “Look at your Fish.” It’s a story about the value of seeing.

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Fine Print in Terms of Service Can Cost Eternally

Donelan Andrews was rewarded with $10,000 by his travel insurance company, all for doing something he teaches students to do every day: read carefully. ...


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When God Makes Our Bed Uncomfortable

In his recent book Timothy Keller recalls the following:

Years ago, I read an old fairy tale about a wicked witch who lived in a remote cottage in the ...

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The Tyranny of Convenience

Law professor and technology expert Tim Lu claims that there's an underestimated force that drives our daily lives—convenience. We want nearly everything ...


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