Suicide Prevention Video Goes Viral
Puppies. Raising a family. Your favorite TV show. Christmas. Learning how to cook.
Those are just five of the 100 reasons to keep on living, aaccording to Quinnipiac University students in a video that has since went viral. The four minute video has attracted 44,000 viewers with its anti-suicide message. The video, titled "100 Reasons to Stay" was made by juniors Michelle Brandow and Lauren Taylor.
Fixing Solar Energy
Perhaps one of the biggest problems facing large-scale acceptance of solar panels is cost. Even with government subsidies, most households can’t afford the panels. Yale University has come a step closer to changing this.
According to Yale News, researchers have developed a new way of making the panels more efficient and therefore more cost effective.
Free Recital Online or in Person
Clarinetist Mingzhe Wang is performing a recital on Saturday at 8 p.m. at Yale University. If you can’t make it, don’t worry. The program will be live streamed for free on this website.