The coronavirus pandemic has moved all teaching, learning, and test taking online. However, there have been some hiccups with the Advanced Placement (AP) exams for US high school students. Those with iPhones have been failing the test because the College Board’s portal doesn’t support HEIC image format.
Urban Outfitters offered undergraduate students internships in photographic studio production and styling. The lucky ones will get a full-time position in the London office of the company for a whole year. Sounds too god to be true? It is.
The internship is unpaid for the entire time of its lasting. True, it’s not forbidden the law, but the problem is that not many students can actually afford this. Urban Outfitters would cover travel costs, though, but there’s a catch. Only those living in central London would get the paid costs. Those traveling from the suburbs would have to cover their expenses themselves.
All this raises an issue – are unpaid internship actually reserved only for the rich kids?
A 16-year-old Taiwanese exchange student who came to the U.S. to experience a new culture found herself up close and personal with a massive American icon.
The student was visiting the Yellowstone National Park with her host family when the incident occurred, and park officials said the lack of a safe distance was to blame.
“The girl turned her back to the bison to have her picture taken when the bison lifted its head, took a couple steps and gored her,” said a park service official.