Leah Berenson Profile Overview

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

Leah is driven by learning and adventure. She has studied Journalism, Early Human Development, and Culinary Arts. When she’s not writing she can be found reading or hiking the Southwest.
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TikToker Goes Vital After Emotional to Passing Bar Exam After Grandparents Remortaged Their Home to Pay for Law School

A TikTok featuring an aspiring barrister finding out she has passed her bar exams has gone mega-viral, racking up nearly 9 million views in just four days. Cardiff-based Seren Lewis filmed herself and her grandparents opening her bar results, capturing the emotional moment when the trio received the good news. Lewis studied the LLB and […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

 · 5 min read

Library Lets You Pay Late Fees With Cat Pics (Yes, Really)

The days of quiet hallways, severe stares, and librarians making small talk with everyone are long gone from libraries. This is being persuasively demonstrated by a Massachusetts library with a paw-full of creativity and a whisker of joy. The goal of the Worcester Public Library’s March Meowness initiative is to encourage patrons to return, even […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Baby’s Name Is So Bad A Judge Had To Change It Then Ban It

In 2015, a French court ruled that naming a baby girl Nutella after the hazelnut spread would subject her to mockery and prevent parents from doing so. Instead, Ella was to be the baby’s name, per the judge’s ruling. In his decision, he claimed that the spread known under the trade name Nutella is a […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

 · 5 min read

What Children Require Most From Parents Isn’t Love

When Jeffrey Bernstein, Ph.D., taught parent training workshops, he often included an activity where Bernstein turned down the lights and asked people to listen to their parent’s voices. It was interesting that when Bernstein turned on the lights to end the activity, he often saw emotions from the people who were taking part that ranged […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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AI Shows What Michael Jackson Would Like at 50 Without Plastic Surgery.

Remembered as the King of Pop, Michael Jackson is a name that nearly everyone has heard of. After his death, details of his life have been shared with the public. This includes some of the reasoning behind his plastic surgery procedures. In recent years, some AI-generated images of Michael Jackson have been circulated. These aren’t […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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The Unsolved Mysteries of Skeleton Lake in the Himalayas

Neelima Valangi was resting in a cold, snow-covered cirque before the rising sun hit it. Neelima had been hiking early in the morning to get to a glacial tarn. She couldn’t bring herself to care about the stack of human bones next to the frozen lake called Roopkund because Neelima was so cold and unhappy […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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What Is an “Irish Exit”—and Is It Considered Rude?

We’ve all been there: you’re making small talk with people at a party when you start to feel tired and want to leave more. The host is talking, and a small group of people are getting together to say goodbye. You think it would be so much easier to sneak out without being seen. Though […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Primary School Teacher Scraps French Class to Teach Children Sign Language

We all use sign language to supplement verbal communication to some degree. These gestures, such as waving to someone or pointing at something, come naturally to us in daily life. These hand gestures serve as the foundation for sign language, a tool for interpersonal interaction and communication. Sign language facilitates open communication between all groups […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Ohio Boy, 13, Dies 6 Days After Attempting TikTok Trend ‘Benadryl Challenge’

Life is a learning experience for everyone. Additionally, no one knows better until they’ve tried and failed or watched someone they know try, and fail. As a result, children and teens make questionable choices, such as partaking in trending challenges. First were the ice bucket, tide pods, and cinnamon challenges. Tragically, a continuing trend called […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Record-Breaking Twins Born Four Months Early Defy Odds

Scientists have been intrigued by twins for generations. Curious about their DNA, whether they can share thoughts, and whether or not they can feel each other’s pain. Twins are closely bonded and connected, often being built-in best friends. However, pregnancy with twins can sometimes go significantly different than that of a single baby. Recently, Canadian […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer