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Meet the female entrepreneurs tackling societal challenges amid the pandemic

Meet the female entrepreneurs tackling societal challenges amid the pandemic

40 women entrepreneurs were announced as winners of the Women in Innovation Awards 2020/21 Women entrepreneurs who pioneered corporate social change have been recognized across the UK for their innovation work to challenge the status quo, advocate for gender diversity and make the new world of 2021 better for us all . The 40 women…

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The Decades-Old Classic That Became the Ultimate Pandemic Poem – Brain Pickings

The Decades-Old Classic That Became the Ultimate Pandemic Poem

I will never forget the day I first encountered, in the midst of heartache, “One Art” by Elizabeth Bishop (February 8, 1911–October 6, 1979) — a poem I have lived with for years, a poem that has helped me live. Composed when Bishop was sorrowing after a separation from her partner, Alice Methfessel, it is…

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7 Anxiety Mind Hacks = 90% Commissions – For The Anxiety Pandemic

7 Anxiety Mind Hacks = 90% Commissions - For The Anxiety Pandemic

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The Weeknd reveals next album will be inspired by Black Lives Matter movement and COVID-19 pandemic

'I have been more inspired and creative': The Weeknd recently revealed to the TMRW special edition zine that both the Black Lives Matter movement and COVID-19 will inspire his next album

He may have the fourth best selling album of the year. But The Weeknd is already thinking about the next big project. The 30-year-old After Hours hitmaker recently revealed to the TMRW special edition zine that both the Black Lives Matter movement and COVID-19 will inspire his next album.  As his planned After Hours tour…

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COVID-19 Pandemic Measures Bring an Epidemic of Substance Abuse

A homeless man lies alone on the street next to a bare wall.

While the COVID-19 pandemic has affected people around the world, it is having a profound impact on those dealing with drug addiction. Experts have repeatedly reported an addiction pattern that increases with natural disasters and pandemics. Do COVID measures like social isolation do more harm than good to addicts? Short periods of isolation have a…

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How freshers can make friends amid anxiety and a pandemic

How freshers can make friends amid anxiety and a pandemic

Being pushed into an environment where you almost don’t know anyone can be a terrifying experience that thousands of freshman students go through every year. This year’s newbies are facing an even bigger challenge and it will no doubt be scary how to make friends in this bizarre situation. As if moving away from home…

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Managing Mental Health in a Pandemic – My Brain’s Not Broken

Managing Mental Health in a Pandemic – My Brain's Not Broken

I wrote my first post about the coronavirus pandemic back in March. Like most of us, I had a little naivety about the situation (to be fair, what happened in the US isn’t very surprising, but that doesn’t make it any less disappointing). Regardless, my first post on mental health during this pandemic focused on…

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Adjusting to More Digital Communication Since the Pandemic

Adjusting to More Digital Communication Since the Pandemic

Michael shares his advice on taking care of your wellbeing in digital communication. – Michael Priestley Hi everyone, I’m Michael and I’m the editor of the Student Minds Blog. With the switch to online learning and socialization since the outbreak of Covid-19, I have received much more digital communication than normal. This was obviously a…

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COVID-19 Brings a Pandemic of Conspiracy Theories

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On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. As the infection rate and death toll continue to rise, fear, racism, panic buying and conspiracy theories are becoming more common. Although conspiracy theories emerged as a cultural phenomenon in the 20th century, similar events have been observed alongside previous pandemics. When…

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