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Harvard Law School is one of the premier law schools in the entire world, and their strong stance on diversity and extracurricular activities is a major factor in their outstanding reputation. Below is a snapshot into what makes Harvard Law School so successful, from student body and faculty, to public service.Read More Harvard Law School — By The Numbers
Do you like your date to be dirty? Whether you do or not, Keeping It Kleen brings you an infographic exploring the hygiene, or lack thereof, of men and women. Source: http://www.keepingitkleen.com/Read More How Dirty is Your Date?
We are just over two weeks into the New Year — how are you doing on your New Year’s Resolutions? Historically, 78% of people keep their resolutions for the first week, but there’s a significant drop off after that. Taking care of yourself physically and mentally is extremely important, especially to us at the University…Read More Self Care in the New Year: Keeping Our Resolutions
Apparently, we have neighbors whom we have never heard of. According to “The Social Neighbors” infographic, Turntable and Path are social media sites. We looked for them in Wikipedia’s “List of Social Networking Websites” but found neither. However, a further search showed that Path is headquartered in San Francisco (so it truly is our neighbor),…Read More The Social Neighbors
Anybody hear of “Tanning Mom”? Of course, Patricia Krentcil was little known in 2011 when this “Cosmetic Surgery in the U.S.” infograph was published. Of course, she was famous (or infamous) for being very peculiarly tanned and for bringing her six years old daughter to a tanning salon. Most of all, she was infamous for…Read More Cosmetic Surgery in the US
“I vant to drink your blood statistics.” Well, perhaps Bela Lugosi never did say that, but he might have if he had seen the “Blood Facts and Statistics” infographic. The infographic is specifically geared toward the urging of donating blood (something that we are certain would please every vampire). Perhaps because of the narrow theme,…Read More Blood Facts and Statistics
This sounds like a preteen or early teenager game, or questionnaire by Classmates. The latter asks questions (often about your school days) and about your travel experiences. They probably have thousands of questions asking the members about “Have you ever visited [anywhere and everywhere]” Even if you have visited many places, it may seem inadequate…Read More Have You Ever?
Stress levels in most of the jobs, especially, jobs in the field of IT, public relations, etc are killing people. You may quit a job because of a bad boss, but if you have bad colleagues, it may just kill your spirit and demotivate you. In this infographic titled, “Is Your Job Killing You” you…Read More Is Your Job Killing You?
And do not forget Michael Schumacher. There is a section in the “Use Your Head” infographic which shows the deaths that were (apparently) caused as a result of not wearing a helmet while skiing. However, although one death specifically states that the victim was not wearing a helmet, the other two deaths do not have…Read More Use Your Head
Who do you think is better at handling the legal papers – a process server or the sheriff? This is the impending question that this infographic raises. It aims to answer it towards the end as well. As we all know, a sheriff has more duties than a process server. So there are chances that…Read More Process Server vs Sheriff
Paul Simon have created an Infographic which explains how to light a house. It can be found for download at Koozai. The guide explains the best sleeping positions for a good nights sleep. We look at nine different positions and whether they are recommended. If you’ve ever wondered how to get a good nights sleep…Read More 9 Best Sleeping Positions
Health Careers has created an infographic, featuring several allied health careers in which the demands for new employees are expected to increase. Allied Health CareersRead More Allies in Health: Meeting the growing demand for Health Careers
We have actually discovered a webpage devoted to jokes about women and bad driving. However, there are some objectively real and dangerous times to drive and these are shown in the “Worst Times to Drive” infographic. There is a plethora of graphs and information available in it, too much to adequately discuss in this short…Read More Worst Times to Drive
What type of facial hair do you like? If you are a man then you might think that something is good looking, but from the woman’s perspective it might be completely different. But despite that, facial hair is one of the things which have lots of varieties and one can choose them. In fact, it…Read More The Best Facial Hair in Marketing
With the rising prices and the slowly rising economic conditions, the American dream has been becoming more and more of a dream itself lately. But this cannot solely be attributed to the rising prices; many people are making different lifestyle choices now. They want more and more to settle down to less expensive and less…Read More Is The American Dream Still Attainable?
Whatever happened to the nursing profession? Is it growing? Is it booming? Is it becoming something larger than what it already was? If you ask these questions from a business point of view, then there is good news, the travel nurses business has been growing and is now a special nursing category. Apparently nursing is…Read More Travel Nursing Jobs
What makes a good survey question? That, to us, is the answer to the “What Makes a Good Survey Question?” infographic. For a long time, we have felt that “why?” questions are the most intriguing and those that require the most amount of thought to answer. For example, asking “Why do you vote?” requires some…Read More What Makes a Good Survey Question?