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Whether you celebrate Halloween, All Hallows’ Eve, Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) or just like to get dressed up and go trick or treating for candy, these spooky courses will give you a bit of a scare as you learn about the origins of human fossils, our skeletons, unravel the mysteries and the meanings of life and death and explore the history and...

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If you’re starting college soon, it’s important to make sure you’re prepared for your classes by refreshing your knowledge of the fundamentals or learning something new. Explore these 8 prep and introductory courses on edX  to kick-start or restart your college career!

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Explore our courses and enroll today! Engage in thought provoking discussions about philosophy, learn a new language or examine facial recognition software. EdX has exciting new courses from the world’s best institutions and universities starting soon.

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Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow. So, is it really an early spring? Every year, on February 2nd, Punxsutawney Phil emerges from his burrow in the early morning hours as thousands watch in suspense to see if he will see his shadow. Legend goes, if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter weather in the U.S. If he doesn’t...

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Explore our courses and enroll today! Learn how to better study consciousness, interact with virtual patients or build the next big mobile app. EdX has exciting new courses starting soon in a variety of subjects to help enhance your skills and knowledge.

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Learn the history behind space travel, how to use business intelligence tools to share data, or discover the depths of your own creativity and thought process. Check out an edX course today and learn from the world’s leading universities and institutions. Engaging new courses are starting soon!

World Philosophy Day (Pictured: The Thinker sculpture)
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“Everyone thinks, of course, but to think well requires first thinking about thinking.” World Philosophy Day, celebrated each year on November 19, was created by UNESCO to honor philosophical reflection, encourage the sharing of philosophical heritage, open minds to new ideas, and inspire public debate on the challenges confronting our society. This year, World Philosophy Day will emphasize the use of new communication technologies to...

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