Sunday, May 31, 2020

Tech Giant Google’s Monopoly on Speech.

Tweet ( “Don’t be evil” was explicit to Google’s motto and code of conduct for some 15 years. In 2015, Google updated its motto to “Do the right thing.” Today, Google, which owns YouTube, seems to have altered its motto to “Be evil” or “Do the wrong thing”—including censoring free speech of doctors, scientists,... [Read more...]

Big Tech Giant Google is watching your children.

Tweet ( Schools remain shuttered across the country, 30 million Americans are out of work, and food banks are running low, but the edutech sector is booming. Silicon Valley companies are feasting on an exploding client base of quarantined students held hostage to “online learning.” Big Google is leading the way – and that... [Read more...]

During COVID19 Words of Advice to HBCU Graduates Entering Educational Careers.

April 26, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Health, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( As an educational professional of 32 years and a graduate of South Carolina State University. My parents were both graduates of HBCUs. Mother (Delaware State College), father (Delaware State College) and grandparents were dedicated educators. They always encouraged giving back in the form of wisdom, prayers, encouragement and... [Read more...]

How A Bigoted TikTok Video Provides White Americans A Chance To Say No To Racism.

Tweet ( I am sure that by this time you have seen the TikTok video of two high school students from Georgia making a “Nigger.” This dimwitted duo taped themselves in front of a bathroom mirror mixing a potion that included derisive stereotypes such as: Doesn’t have a Dad. Robs White people. Goes to jail. These were the crucial... [Read more...]

The Benefits of an Engineering Career: Your Short Guide.

Tweet ( There’s no doubt that the world of work is daunting. With so many avenues for you to explore throughout your career – and so many skills to gain – it can be difficult to know exactly which line of work you should pursue. In this short guide, you’re going to learn why engineering can suit a wide variety of minds and motivations,... [Read more...]

Fixing College Corruption Now!

April 15, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( America’s colleges are rife with corruption. The financial squeeze resulting from COVID-19 offers opportunities for a bit of remediation. Let’s first examine what might be the root of academic corruption, suggested by the title of a recent study, “Academic Grievance Studies and the Corruption of Scholarship.”... [Read more...]

The Lessons of the Elders are a Blessing Today.

April 14, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Ent., News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( March 13, 2020 was the day school shut down for my son here in Louisiana. In the time it took for the news to break and me to pick him up stores became packed. Items that were on the shelf at noon had disappeared. I was able to find a few of the items we needed but I knew I would need to go to various stores to make sure we had... [Read more...]

Vape CBD: Understanding CBD Vape Oil, E Liquid & Hemp Vape Juice.

April 14, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( When it comes to using a vape pen, it is not an uncommon occurrence for their users to frequently changing the liquid within their device. The answer that most people will give for why they have changed the E liquid within the pen is that they would like to try a different flavour. It’s not hard to understand why someone would... [Read more...]

Could a Move Overseas Be Beneficial for You?

April 13, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( With the current world situation and many of us finding ourselves with extra time on our hands as we self isolate and socially distance to prevent the further spread of Covid-19, many of our minds have been set to reconsidering what we’ve been doing, what we’ve been taking for granted and what direction we want our lives... [Read more...]

5 Things Every High School Student Needs to Know About the SAT’s.

April 10, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The SAT is a standardized test utilized by colleges and universities to determine an applicant’s readiness for post-high school education. The SAT is a key component of the application process. Your score will be the baseline by which potential colleges or universities will compare you to other applicants. Admissions officers... [Read more...]

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