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COMPETITION: D+AD New Blood

Organised by D&AD, the competition provides a chance to address a real life challenge for a top, international brand. Your ideas will be seen and judged by the representatives of the brand, along with a panel of top creatives from around the world, helping to give young creatives that much needed step on the career ladder. 331 more words

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DRAMATIC!!!!!!!!!!!(THOUGHT OF THE DAY)

Feeling so relieved because I finished my last essay of the term. Philosophy essays always take me longer than I expect. Normally if under pressure I can write an essay in 3-5 hours no problem and still manage to get 75-85% depending on the teacher. 355 more words

More Than 20,000 Sign Petition To Block Proposed Sidewalk Toll On Golden Gate Bridge

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – An online petition calling to put an end to a proposal that would implement a pedestrian and bike fee for people crossing the Golden Gate Bridge has already gathered thousands of signatures. 340 more words

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There's a reason ride sharing applications have been created

With the rise of ride-sharing applications, taxi drivers have lashed out citing it is ‘unfair competition’. But there is a reason these applications have been created and as most industries have learnt with the introduction of the internet, in order to survive services need to adapt. 477 more words

Make Sure You're Covered in 2015!

You can sign up for health insurance, renew your current health insurance plan, or enroll in another plan for next year now through February 15, 2015. 177 more words

2014/2015 UNIJOS ACCEPTANCE FEE PAYMENT

Following the release of provional admission into the various undergraduate
programmes for the 2014/2015 Academic Session of the University of Jos, the
University Management has approved the commencement of the payment… 130 more words

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Despite Student Protests, UC Board Of Regents Approves Raising Fees By As Much As 28 Percent Over 5 Years

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – The University of California Board of Regents has approved a plan that could raise student fees by as much as 28 percent over the next five years. 108 more words

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