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Read previewI recently reviewed my Yale admissions file after being a student there for three years. I believe that everyone's college application journey is unique and that mine is just one sample, but I equally understand the urge to hear about other people's experiences. So, I'm now sharing a deeper look into my college application. I tried to highlight my passions in my extracurricularsThe author's college application. I wanted to capture who I truly am in my college essayThe author's college essay.
Persons: , I'm, Brian Zhang, Brian, genuineness Organizations: Service, Yale, YouTube, Business, Dartmouth, Colleges, Ivy League Locations: Sunset Park , Brooklyn, Brooklyn
Chicago artist Winslow Dumaine's post showing a rat-shaped hole in the ground went viral. AdvertisementA Chicago artist posted a photo of a rat-shaped hole in the ground, and it ended up going so viral that it helped him pay his rent. "Had to make a.pilgrimage to the Chicago Rat Hole," Dumaine wrote in the post, which has since garnered 5 million views and over 136,000 likes. Had to make a pilgrimage to the Chicago Rat Hole — Gatorade Should Be Thicker. AdvertisementThe 32-year-old told Business Insider in an email that a friend had told him to "keep an eye out for the rat hole" while walking together in Roscoe Village.
Persons: Winslow Dumaine's, Dumaine, , Winslow Dumaine, g4P44nvJ1f —, I'm Organizations: Service, g4P44nvJ1f — Gatorade, Block, Chicago Locations: Chicago, Roscoe Village, Downtown Chicago, China, France, Rome, Czech Republic, Vietnam, Temu
The World Health Organization said last year the syrups, made by Indian manufacturer Maiden Pharmaceuticals Ltd, contained lethal toxins ethylene glycol (EG) and diethylene glycol (DEG) – used in car brake fluid. "If you ask and you don't get informed, it's a dead end," Rutendo Kuwana, the WHO's team lead for incidents with substandard and falsified medicines, told Reuters in an interview on March 31. Drug inspectors found a dozen violations at Maiden last October related to the production of the cough syrups sold to Gambia, a government document showed. Among these, some of the COAs of raw ingredients used in making the syrups, including propylene glycol, were missing batch numbers. Kuwana said the WHO was sure of its own cough syrup test results from two separate independent laboratories, both of which showed contamination.
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