A “basic” or, in its more common and misogynistic form, “basic bitch” has reached peak basic ness. As media outlets muse about what tattoo a basic would want and how to “spot the basic bitch” in her natural habitat (saved you a click: it’s not that hard), people are beginning to ask whether the term “basic” is really just another form of class anxiety and white American culture. It’s been a jumping point for journalists’ self reflection and realization, and even a race relations debate.

Finding a mentor is more about networking and just keeping in touch with people you felt matched your work style. My previous company they started a mentor ship program, you get paired with someone of similar background or had the goals you wanted to achieve. The issue I saw personally is that everyone idea of getting there is different and you really need someone who knows your work style closely to help guide you to the next level..

Also just recently, I was going to apply to this summer program in England, but one of my essays for it got deleted on the very last day the app was due. My parents would been very disappointed if I hadn done it (even though I just wanted to work this summer, not study archaeology in England) so I told them I did. Then I had to fabricate a rejection email from the program to appease them..

Under the new toll structure, typical commuters living outside of Route 128 would pay $1.25 each time they use the Weston (Exit 15) and Allston Brighton (Exit 18) toll booths. Between the gas tax and the tolls, drivers from the western suburbs would pay more than nine times as much for their commutes than those from Boston’s northwest suburbs and on the South Shore, which do not have tolls on their major highways into the city. The board rejected a second proposed increase that would have raised the Allston Brighton and Weston tolls to $1.75, adding another $500 to a yearly commute from Framingham..

His bracing essays on music and sports in the “New York Times,” the “Washington Post,” “Esquire,” and “Grantland.” Klosterman will read from his latest book, “Chuck Klosterman X: A Highly Specific, Defiantly Incomplete History of the Early 21st Century,” at Powell’s in Portland next week. His “Homeward Bound Tour” hits the Moda Center May 19. Aaron Scott’s Greatest Hits 30:32 It’s our bittersweet duty to inform you that this is State of Wonder producer Aaron Scott’s last week on the show.

Henderson and Dr. Donald Millar, then head of the CDC’s smallpox surveillance unit, had instructions from Langmuir to keep an eye on the disease. Believed to have emerged from a rodent virus, smallpox had long been one of the most feared pathogens on the planet, having maimed and killed more than half a billion people over the previous century.