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IDEA-logy
“A good idea always attracts other good ideas” -P. Ness.

SBEHP is proud to announce its latest initiative “IDEA-logy – Expose the Hero inside you” 214 more words

Initiatives

The rich or the powerful?

There has been a lot of debate on this blog recently as to whether or not political outcomes are unduly influenced by the rich; in this post I want to consider the influence of other nondemocratic agents – activists, civil society pressure groups, non-corporate lobbyists and academics in the social sciences and humanities. 818 more words

Academia

Day 11- The Season of Meetings...

I attended Communication Day at my school and something that Raquel Daisy (the communication manager at the Better Business Bureau) said, really stood out for me. 277 more words

Grand Opening of the Veteran Center!

Today the library hosted the ribbon cutting and grand opening of the Casper College Veteran Center. The event attracted over 70 attendees. Included in the audience were representatives from Senator Barrasso’s and Senator Enzi’s offices, members of the Casper College Board of Trustees, various Casper College administration, Casper College President Walter Nolte, and numerous members of the active military and local Casper veterans’ groups. 120 more words

Announcements

California initiatives: special interest slugfests and yet more bonds!

I received my ballot in the mail today. Living in California, we have vestiges of the Progressive era. These are not at all universal across the states. 453 more words

Politics

ICLSAC Mentorship Initiative

CALL FOR MENTORS:

We are searching for upper year students in both Cultural Mediations and Digital Humanities that would be willing to serve as mentors to first year students in their respective programs. 107 more words

Initiatives

Citizen initiative review panels debut in Colorado and Arizona

Arizona:

Morrison Institute hosts citizen’s initiative review to help inform Arizona voters
By Emi Kamezaki, September 21, 2014

ASU’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy partnered with Healthy Democracy to host Arizona’s inaugural citizens’ initiative review, which discussed pension reform among a small group of residents Sept.

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