Professor inculcates students’ love for physics
The weekend is finally here.
In another busy news week, aThousands lost power and hundreds of schools closed. After months of hiatus, Oprah released the 100th pick for her book club, and the world mourned her loss. who died at the age of 71.
Meanwhile, actor MdOn his 75th birthday, look for a Florida amusement park Last year, USA Today outed her Including Sandra Day O’Connor and Michelle Obama, and Committee on January 6.
But that’s not nearly all.
Below is our weekly Saturday Six, half-dozen news recaps — in no particular order — from the heartwarming to the weird to the tragic, and everything in between.
ATo pursue a career in science. From the story: According to the American Physical Society, a Maryland-based nonprofit organization, only a quarter of US undergraduates in physics are women. But Texas A&M University physics professor Dr. Tatiana Irukhimova is looking to change that with the help of social media. Watch the video above.A Florida After being discharged. From the story: Sidney Holmes, 57, was convicted in April 1989 of a 1988 robbery in which he was accused of being the getaway driver. Holmes was greeted by his family when he walked free Monday and said the first thing he wanted to do was get something to eat.
And some states are worse than others. From the story: A growing number of Americans say they are struggling to pay their bills, and the loss of federal pandemic assistance. About 36% of consumers said it has been “somewhat” to “very difficult” to pay their usual bills, according to the Census Bureau’s latest Household Pulse survey, which collected responses in the first two weeks of February.
An Arkansas man found onein a state park. From the story: An Arkansas man found a 3.29-carat brown diamond in Crater of Diamonds State Park earlier this month. It is the largest diamond found in the park Park said in a statement.
ASentenced to six years imprisonment. From the story: A Rhode Island woman who posed as a sick military veteran to collect tens of thousands of dollars in benefits and charitable contributions has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison, the Justice Department said Tuesday. Sarah Jane Cavanaugh – who never served in the US Army – claimed she was a Purple Heart and Bronze Star-decorated Marine who was wounded by an IED in Iraq. Cavanaugh, 32, also claimed he developed service-related cancer.
Finally, Florida beaches can be dealt a one-two punch of red tide and seaweed as spring breaks. From the story: AAlready killing fish on the Gulf Coast, creating foul odors. Now, a It is crossing the Atlantic twice as wide as the United States and could wash ashore in the coming weeks, creating even bigger chaos. “It could be two problems turning into one big problem,” said Mike Parsons, professor of marine science at Florida Gulf Coast University.
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