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Yasmin Lee – Beyond the Stereotype

Yasmin Lee – Beyond the Stereotype

It was only recently when the LGBT community came out in full force, regardless if society was ready to accept them or not. In the past, members of the third sex hide their real identity in fear of discrimination and ...

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Are Men Funnier Than Women?

In a 2007 Vanity Fair article Christopher Hitchens asked: Why are men, taken on average and as a whole, funnier than women? Well a recent study finds that men might have a tiny edge over women in producing humor but the gap is too small to account for the stereotype. [More]

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Editor’s Letter: Organizing Principles

An energetic young man by the name of Ankur Jain blew into the Inc. offices a couple of months ago to sell me on the idea of getting involved with the Kairos Society, an organization he launched three years ago. Its focus, he told me, "is to bring together the world's top collegiate entrepreneurs to create the next billion-dollar, high-growth, job-creating ventures to solve some of the world's greatest problems." Jain is all of 21, a senior at the University of Pennsylvania, the son of a muckety-muck with contacts to spare, and, like a lot of entrepreneurs, a whirlwind of ambition, salesmanship, and enthusiasm.

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