30 Of The Funniest Tweets From People Answering The Question Whats Your Degree In

#2 #3 Choosing what you want to study can be a difficult choice but it turns out that business degrees are the most common major, according to research. Business has managed to hold on to this title since 1980 and before that education majors held the lead. The other most popular majors are health profession programs, social sciences and history, Psychology and Biological and biomedical sciences. On the flip side the least common bachelor degree was in library science. #8 #9 Physics and astronomy may be the majors with the most downtime but they still made the list of the most difficult majors you could choose for your college career. The hardest majors in order are architecture, chemical engineering, aeronautical …

Dont Get Under The Table: Teacher Shares Tips On Staying Alive If An Active Shooter Is Nearby

Americans of an earlier generation will probably remember the ‘duck and cover’ type of safety drills at school, a somewhat optimistic protection measure in the event of an atomic explosion. While the threat of nuclear annihilation has subsided somewhat, many residents of the ‘land of the free’ still live with a nagging undercurrent of fear, highlighted by this Twitter thread by “V” ( “I received active shooter training at work today that I feel will save my life in the unfortunate (and likely) event that someone will open fire in public so I’m gonna share my takeaways. Some stuff is obvious, the rest might not be,” she wrote. lareinavicc After being taken to task for her “and likely” comment, she …

Ritual raises $25M for its subscription-based womens daily vitamin

erything needs to be Instagrammable, even dietary supplements. Ritual, a subscription-based service that charges customers $30 per month for shipments of its women’s daily or prenatal vitamins, has effectively tapped into that Instagram crowd. The company admits its social media strategy has been key to harnessing a cult following of wellness enthusiasts. Since it was founded in 2015, the business has sold 1 million bottles of vitamins; today, it’s announcing a $25 million Series B funding led by Lisa Wu at Norwest Venture Partners, with participation from Kirsten Green at Forerunner Ventures and Brian Singerman at Founders Fund. Wu, as part of the round, will join Ritual’s board of directors. There’s no comparing our product to any product out there. We have …