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Op Ed: Culture wars in universities – it’s happen...
In relation to the issue, the following observations are pertinent: Firstly, ambitious academic staff are often key drivers of the process. Advancement in universities is usually slow and increments...
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Helen Suzman Foundation
Wishy-washy liberalism or the sinister state? The...
Image: WikiCommons Tomorrow on Radio 4, I’m exploring the revival of
’s ideas in public policy, and in particular how they’re influencing policies in economics, mental health, education and...
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The Vacuity of “Natural Law”
In this recent essay at The New York Times, philosopher Gary Gutting argues that the Catholic Church should reconsider its ban on gay sex and its opposition to gay marriage, for explicitly Catholic...
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The New York Times
Watch what Netanyahu does, not says
Israel has again voted for a national leader who acts as if he considers one-fifth of its country's citizens -- including me and my family -- to be an existential threat. We were born into the wrong...
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Keeping your spirits up: life as a young man in G...
Europe’s youth have been the worst affected by the euro-zone economic crisis. In Greece youth unemployment rose to 51.2 percent in 2014, resulting in bleak career prospects for young Greeks. Rafael...
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Dan Jones: How weird would London be if the traff...
This is the conclusion of a report by the Guide Dogs charity, which this week claimed that since 2012 there has been a 54 per cent increase in accidents caused by electric and hybrid cars ploughing...
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Shaq deserves larger-than-life accolades from Orl...
A big shout out to the Big Fella. The Big Daddy. The Big Shaqtus. The Big
. He's the One. We'll pause while some of you spit out your coffee. That would be the people still bitter over the...
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Lauren Knight: Why curiosity is important for par...
Keep exploring with your kids. Photo / 123RF I played a practical joke on my 7-year-old and it's not yet April Fool's Day. As I stood washing dishes, my back to the kitchen, I listened for his...
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Even in 2015, Right is Right and Wrong is Wrong
From Creation, on, mankind has proven time and again that rules are necessary to keep society in check. Chaos reigns in places where the definition of right and wrong is not clearly defined. On March...
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Schoolchildren need more space to play without de...
I AM concerned at the further delay in deciding the planning application for a replacement railway bridge at
Lane and the much-needed enlargement of the play space for children at SS Philip...
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Women for others
Still on the Women’s Month, we mounted another gathering of vibrant entrepreneurs after the 7th Filipina Entrepreneurship Summit last March 6. More than 300 entrepreneurs attended the dinner forum...
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Kwame Mayor to Sue Opposition NPP Executives
Diasporian News of Wednesday, 25 March 2015 All Election Polling Stations in Ghana Should Have Cameras, Videos, and Screens to Showcase Election Results to the People --- Kwame Mayor Kwame Mayor, a...
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In the fall of 1999, much of Lake Jackson—a four-thousand-acre natural body of water just north of Tallahassee and a popular site for fishing, waterskiing, and recreational boating—disappeared down a...
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‘Virtues’ classes, home study aimed at preventing...
According to the federal Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey, about one in five high school students said they were bullied on school property in 2013. Some 16 percent of teens said they had been...
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How the Greeks invented the modern idea of us as ...
He would use the demotic words he heard on stage "to unlock the tragic texts I had to study". Much later, he had a dream that those comics had turned up to join the chorus of his masked version of the...
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10 Motivating Quotes to Help You Spring Into Acti...
March signals the end of the first quarter and the start of spring. It’s a great time to take stock of goals and plans for 2015 to see what kind of progress you’ve made so far and to tweak and adjust...
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Martin Luther King Jr.
Bernie Weiss Hunted Nazis and Hosted Mobsters in ...
Bernie Weiss could be your grandpa. Nestled on the 12th floor of a custard-colored Collins Avenue retirement home, his small studio apartment bears all the signs of senescence. The air inside is as...
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Sixty years a swimming
Sixty years a swimming Following in the flip flops of Picasso and Brigitte Bardot, Kevin Pilley learns to swim with a veteran instructor at the Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat The French Riviera has...
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It’s good to share our spaces as we enjoy the sun...
IT’S A good week for North Oxford cyclists and walkers, a local part of the canal and one of my preferred off-road cycling routes has been lovingly resurfaced. The Oxford Canal path between
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History Repeatedly Traps Women; Let's Call It Out
... 16th century French essayist Michel de Montaigne wrote about a man in Vitry-le-François who had grown up a girl. She jumped across a river one day and the trauma of a heavy landing...
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