I am sure there must have been some individuals disappointed by not being accepted to a program whereby one gains experience working as an intern in a major financial institution. Today those same people may be breathing sighs of relief that they weren't chosen.
A student and Bank of America intern dropped dead in London, reportedly after working a string of around-the-clock shifts.
German national Moritz Erhardt, 21, had been an undergraduate exchange student at Michigan’s Ross School of Business from January through May of this year, officials said.
Erhardt’s death brought light to the internship program’s allegedly brutal work hours.
He had worked three consecutive near-24-hour shifts when he was found dead in the shower of his apartment, according to The Independent.
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/worked_to_death_PLzuD7cktpvGsKElby04oL
Two stories with the name Alma in the news today.
The city of Brussels refused to register the name of a locally born Israeli baby because Jerusalem does not appear on a list of approved names for children born in the country.
Hagar and Alinadav Hyman, Israelis who have lived and worked in Brussels for the last three years, decided to name their first-born Alma Jerusalem.
Continue reading: http://www.timesofisrael.com/jerusalem-rejected-as-baby-name/
A star is born – Chilean telescope ALMA captures newborn star 1,400 light-years away
Two stories about tourists to America suffering tragic consequences due to their visits.
A cabbie feuding with a bike messenger stepped on the gas and jumped the curb outside Rockefeller Center Tuesday, severing at least one foot of a beautiful female British tourist as horrified witnesses — including TV’s “Dr. Oz” — rushed to help, officials and witnesses said.
News sites have been reporting about the arrest of those responsible for the murder of Australian tourist Chris Lane.
I must say that I couldn't believe the irresponsible reporting about this incident on some sites (not the one I linked to) which published a wrong photo of one of the accused. Someone might be talking to his lawyer today in anticipation of a lawsuit.