High IQ society Mensa uses hands-on game to show wealth disparities
The unusual lunchtime dining arrangement Saturday was a tongue-in-cheek social experiment intended to showcase U.S. wealth disparities and how socioeconomic classes are reinforced. “I don't understand these 'Bernanke Bucks' at all,” said Flannery, a 34 ...
Where Are They Now: Michigan's 2005 NCAA Champions
The Wolverines' 2005 national title earned them a trip to the White House to visit President George W. Bush. Ten years ago, on June 8, 2005, Michigan became the first school from east of the Mississippi River to claim the NCAA Division I softball ...
Revolutionary $35M airship damaged as the roof of its World War II era military hangar collapses
A $35 million experimental military airship was damaged Monday when part of the World War II era blimp hangar in which it is stored collapsed, causing the dirigible to spew helium. The roof collapse was reported early this morning at the Marine Corps ...
OC residents remember past inaugurations
From the Pentagon to the first staging area, we passed very nearby the Washington Monument and between massive crowds of people, all excitedly waving at our procession of vans with police escort and their giving us traditional peace signs. It was ...
Five questions with Sahar Khashayar, 2014 Broadcom MASTERS competition finalist
Ninth-grader Sahar Khashayar, of Laguna Niguel, holds a circuit board for her Wildfire Early Warning System Using Computer Science. Khashayar is a finalist in the 2014 Broadcom MASTERS¨ (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Rising ...
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