She Magazine-South Sudan
She Magazine-South Sudan
Doctor Who has never pretended to be hard science fiction … At best Doctor Who is a fairytale, with fairytale logic about this wonderful man in this big blue box who at the beginning of every story lands somewhere where there is a problem. - neil gaiman
Esther Quek: Why she kicks ass
- She is the flawless lady in the fashion world, and a distinguished fashion director and stylist, renowned for her effortless take on glamour and menswear. She is also the fashion director of The Rake, La Femme and Revolution magazines,
- As a fashion director, her illustrious career has flourished as she has continually proven herself to be an integral part in shaping fashion and the images of her global followers
- As well as a style expert in the realms of fashion, beauty and lifestyle, Esther is respected for her creative work and comprehensive knowledge of the luxury world.
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Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. 1 Corinthians 13
Clea Koff: Why she kicks ass
- She is a British-born American forensic anthropologist and author who worked several years for the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR; 2 missions) and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (5 missions) in Rwanda, Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, and in 2000 in Kosovo.
- She was born in 1972 to a Tanzanian mother, Msindo Mwinyipembe, and an Jewish American father, David Koff; both documentary filmmakers focused on human rights issues. Her parents took her and her older brother, Kimera, with them around the world. She spent her childhood in England, Kenya, Tanzania, Somalia, and the United States.
- By the time she was a teenager she had decided to study human osteology, which she did first in California. She earned her bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Stanford University.
- She went on to the master’s program in forensic anthropology at the University of Arizona. She completed her masters degree in 1999 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, after combining her studies with working for the UN between 1996 and 2000.
- She was studying prehistoric skeletons in California, when she was 1 of 16 scientists selected to join a small team of UN scientists exhuming victims of the genocide in Rwanda. Her job was to find evidence to bring the perpetrators to trial, and to help relatives to identify their loved ones.
- She captured the events in her memoir ”The Bone Woman: Among the dead in Rwanda, Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo” (Random House published in 2004), which shows how forensic science can shed light on human rights abuses. Over the next four years, her grueling investigations took her across geography synonymous with some of the worst crimes of the twentieth century.
- She founded The Missing Persons Identification Resource Center (MPID), a non-profit organization, based in Los Angeles, which is about “essentially linking families with missing persons [in the US] with the Coroner’s Office which hold thousands of unidentified bodies.”
Awersome! So proud of this young woman.
Waiting hours for a cellphone to charge may become a thing of the past, thanks to an 18-year-old high-school student’s invention. She won a $50,000 prize Friday at an international science fair for creating an energy storage device that can be fully juiced in 20 to 30 seconds.
the complete story, like what, her name?
Eesha Khare, 18, of Saratoga, Calif., received the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award of $50,000 for the invention of a tiny energy-storage device.
getting real tired of these ‘brown teen invents magic but we don’t list her name until paragraph three’ articles.
This is so sweet! True beauty is internal, kind…and it encourages. It does not destroy…and does not require effort.
I’ve finally accepted that these people get what true happiness and love are.
I seriously love this family. They don’t care what anyone looks like. They just find beauty and make the best of any situation. I love it.
^ True dat!