Kerry Washington: Anthropology & Sociology Kerry Washington went to George Washington University to study anthropology and sociology, although she only did so to enhance her acting career. She told Backstage magazine, "I also had a hunch that studying liberal arts, in especially social science, could perhaps make me a better artist, right?"
Jerry Seinfeld & Shoshanna Lonstein Jerry Seinfeld was 39 when he started dating Shoshanna Lonstein, a 17-year-old high school student. In 1993, they met in a park and began dating soon after. Lonstein even changed institutions after graduating to be closer to Seinfeld in Los Angeles.
With coronavirus (Covid-19) infected numbers rapidly increasing in South Africa it’s natural for couples to start wondering if having s.e.x is a good idea. Couples and singles looking for romance will be doubtful about whether kissing and intercourse is even a greater risk to your health. Speaking to The Guardian newspaper, Dr Carlos Rodríguez-Díaz; a professor at George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health said that currently there is no evidence that the Covid-19 virus ca
Eleanor Roosevelt is considered by many to be America's most inspiring and influential first lady. She married Franklin Roosevelt in 1905 and was one of the first to use her role as first lady to advance causes she found significant. She fought for New Deal proposals, civil rights, and the rights of women.
The USA ambassador in South Africa has been unoccupied since January this year with only acting Todd Haskell as an acting candidate. President Biden has appointed Reuben Briget, who is a diplomat, academic,c and former naval officer to be the next US ambassador to South Africa as per Washington DC sources.
Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic is a well-known Croatian politician and the country's immediate past President.She was Croatia's first female president, serving from 2015 to 2020.She holds a bachelor's degree from George Washington University.In 2020, she was elected as Croatia's representative to the International Olympic Committee.
10 Things You Didn't Know About Alopecia It's like something out of a bad dream. You step out of the shower, dry your hair, and are startled to discover a glaring patch of baldness on the back or side of your scalp. For the 6.6 million Americans suffering from alopecia areata, this bad dream could become their reality at any time. For such a common disease, there's a lot most people don't know or understand about alopecia areata—starting with its name. "People refer to the disease as simply 'alopecia,'