Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Judd Apatow, who directed the movie Knocked Up , once called college the reward for surviving high school. That may be true for many. But like eating pumpkin pie while skydiving, such rewards aren’t always easy to take. Evidence suggests that college campuses across the U.S. have been embroiled in an ongoing mental health crisis for a while now. And that’s why Zac Clark, who was a contestant in ABC ’s reality TV show The Bachelorette , recently embarked on his “Keep Going” college tour that kept going from April 25 to April 30. Now these days, it may be tempting for some to blame everything mental health-related on the Covid-19 pandemic and the precautions that have been implemented. However, it’s not as if everything was peaches and creamsicles before 2020. For example, a study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry found that nearly half of college-age individuals interviewed in 2001 to 2002 had had a … [Read more...] about Colleges Facing Mental Health Crisis, Here’s What The Bachelorette’s Zac Clark Is Doing About It
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky , one of Scotland’s legendary independent bottlers, has released two exceptional, ultra-aged whiskies as part of their “Rarest of the Rare” portfolio. The Kinclaith 51-year-old and Caperdonich 50-year-old both date back to 1969. They form part of a collection of rare whisky casks from closed distilleries, which Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky has matured in their warehouse for half a century. Both whiskies come from what the Scotch whisky industry terms “lost distilleries” - these are distilleries that have been closed and subsequently demolished. Kinclaith’s existence ended in 1975 and the production of Caperdonich from Rothes finished in 2002. Once the existing stock of whisky is depleted, it will never be available again. Kinclaith’s origins date back to 1957. Located on the south side of the river Clyde, this small malt distillery was located within the grounds of the massive … [Read more...] about Duncan Taylor Releases 50- And 51-Year-Old Whiskies From Caperdonich And Kinclaith
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Breitling does it again. Today, the brand makes a real statement about its heritage and watchmaking prowess at a huge product-release event in Zurich. Not only is the Swiss watch brand releasing an all-new beloved Cosmonaute watch, but also it is recalling its rich aviation history for this release. The new timepiece recalls the watch worn by American astronaut Scott Carpenter in a space mission in 1962. Additionally, to set the tone for the release event, Breitling even brings the original watch worn by Carpenter (and fairly well destroyed in the seawater landing) to the forefront for the first time since the mission. The Space and Watch Race In the 1960’s when the world is in a space race, with various countries competing to be first in space and first on the moon, a similar race was taking place on Earth in the world of wristwatches. Watch brands were vying for room on astronaut’s and cosmonaut’s wrists. In … [Read more...] about Breitling Unveils Cosmonaute To Honor 60 Years Since Its First Historic Space Flight
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin In the 82 days since Russia widened its war on Ukraine, the Russian military has lost a third of its forces, according to the U.K. Defense Ministry. That’s tens of thousands of dead soldiers, sailors and airmen plus thousands of wrecked armored vehicles, a dozen sunk or damaged ships and boats and more than a hundred shot-down aircraft. The heavy losses are contributing to a spiral of declining combat effectiveness. As Russia writes off more and more of its best weaponry and buries more of its best-trained troops, it increasingly counts on old weapons and under-trained troops to sustain its war effort. But obsolescent weapons and second-tier troops get blown up and killed even faster than do the modern and first-line weapons and troops they replaced. It’s not for no reason that, with each passing week, the Kremlin ratchets down its war aims. In late February, the Russians simultaneously attacked along four … [Read more...] about Russia Lost A Third Of Its Forces In Ukraine. Now It’s Losing The War.