A squat man wearing a green and yellow suit, complete with a square hat, and pointed shoes raises his arms in a fighting stance. His bushy eyebrows like his beard are fierce. He is not the type of guy you want to meet alone in an alley or alone anywhere. As any college football fan could tell you this is the mascot of the University of Notre Dame, the Fighting Irish. But exactly are the БFighting IrishБ? How did this name come to be and Why is this mascot so angry are questions that need to be answered. The name Fighting Irish finds its origins in the Anti-Catholic sentiment facing the Irish immigrants of the early 19th century. Being that the majority of the first Irish immigrants were catholic they were congruous in the minds of the puritans at the time. The Irish faced oppression in
You are obviously serious about finding your next position. You spend your days and nights at your computer, filling out online applications, writing cover letters, applying, applying, and applying. But have you been networking? Many job search experts consider networking to be the most important, most effective aspect of a job search. This might not be what you want to hear, because you cringe at the thought of approaching others about your need for employment. But network you must, and here are some reasons why, and some ways to look at it. Career One Stop, a source for career exploration, training and jobs, is a key part of job hunting. The site takes the sting out of the idea of networking by describing it as simply talking to others either formally or informally about your job
Not sleeping well affects both your body and your mood, but when you have, getting a good nightБs sleep may be easier said than done. , often referred to as a sinus infection, occurs when there is swelling in the nasal sinuses and passages. You may experience symptoms like pressure around the nose, eyes, or forehead, a stuffed-up nose, and thick mucus. Some people also report tooth pain with sinusitis. If you have, you may be at greater risk for sinus trouble, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. БThere are many reasons that sinus pain and congestion get worse at night," says, an ear, nose, and throat specialist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City and the author of Sinus Relief Now. "One is that allergies tend to be worse at night, and two is that when
First, let's get one thing straight: Everyone has butt hair once puberty hits. It's 100 percent normal and doesn't make you a freak, we promise. But you might be wondering. what's the point of it? Eyelashes, as you might know, serve the useful purpose of keeping bugs, dust, and other particles out of your eyes; armpit hair prevents your arms from chafing against your sides. But when it comes to butt hair, you might be stumped. Hank Green addressed the topic on SciShow and we're totally fascinated. Bodies evolve over the course of millions of years. We haven't lost our butt hair yet simply because there's no pressing reason for us to do so. Cool, right? The hair traps your own unique scent, which can make you more attractive to mates (you know, way deep in our cavemen brains). ...
Your aging feline gets the best of care, yet she's crying out more and more, especially at night. After she's repeatedly wakened the whole family, you may wonder, "What's up with that? Is Fluffy is getting senile? " Sadly, geriatric cats do show signs of age-related changes in behavior. From disorientation and shifting sleep habits to that unwelcome yowling, senior felines exhibit symptoms that researchers have likened to dementia or Alzheimer's in humans. If your older feline has just begun her nightly serenades, you'll want to know how to cope with this baffling behavior: What prompts the loud vocals? A cat may howl at night for reasons that are not age-related. She could simply be responding to frustration or anxiety due to a recent move or other household change. Or she could be
Probably one of the most well-regarded films about urban planning is now available online. *, a 1979 documentary by, explores the successes and failures of public spaces in New York City. It was made as part of a research effort spearheaded by The Street Life Project in conjunction with the Municipal Art Society of New York. For Whyte, small urban places are Бpriceless,Б and the city street is Бthe river of lifeБwhere we come together. ...
Believe it or not, this is the third time I ve gotten this question in as many months. It must be the sunspots. Let s get one thing cleared up right off the bat: you can drive on the driveway. Indeed, if you ll permit me to wax philosophical for a moment, this is the very essence of drivewayness to enable you to drive from the street to your garage. Moreover, you can park on the parkway, if you re willing to risk the wrath of the law. I don t know that this clarifies things much, but it seemed like a point worth making. I think the crux of the issue, however I love using words like crux is the dual meaning of park. Park in the sense of tended greenery and park in the sense of stowing your vehicle, though deriving from the same root, diverged in meaning long ago. In Old French, a parc was
Seal has been in the public eye for three decades, as famous for his music as he is for his marriage to Heidi Klum (and, not forgetting, their iconic Halloween parties). Born on 19 February 1963, the 54-year-old is still enjoying music success, having just released cover album Standards in 2017. Famous for tracks including Kiss From A Rose, Crazy and Get It Together, Seal has sole more than 20 million records worldwide. But aside from his music, one question that is often asked is: how did Seal get the scars on his face? Seal (Picture: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images) There are a number of rumours surrounding how the scars may have come about, but the truth is a medical condition. They are there as a result of a type of lupus called discoid lupus erythematosus. This type of lupus is a
The leap year is needed because Earth does not go around the Sun in exactly 365 days, but in 365. 2422 days To keep the seasons in the same part of the year. The leap year is needed because Earth does not go around the Sun in exactly 365 days, but in 365. 2422 days To keep the seasons in the same part of the year we need that occasional leap day. The ancient Egyptians had a 365 day calendar and the seasons floated through the year over a cycle of about 1400 years. Given that Egypt s seasons tend to be hot and dry versus hot and wet, it did not make a lot of difference to them, but for Europeans with pronounced seasons it mattered. Thus ancient Rome adopted the Julian calendar (paid and promoted by Julius Caesar, designed by a Greek astronomer for Alexandria named Sosigenes). ...
Any clear morning this week around 10 a. m. you can see the moon riding high in the western sky. Many people are surprised to see the moon in full daylight, yet it is a completely normal occurrence. A very common misconception in astronomy is that the moon is directly opposite the sun in the sky. In fact, the moon is only in this position for a single instant in the whole lunar month: the exact time of, when it is 180 degrees away from the sun. The rest of the month it can be anywhere from 0 to180 degrees away and, at least in theory, visible in the daytime sky. At full moon, the moon is exactly opposite the sun. This means that the moon rises just as the sun is setting, and sets just as the sun is rising. This is also the only night in the month when a lunar eclipse can happen. Even so,