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Grades Don’t Matter, Start Networking

Check out the post below and it’s more so directed to University/College students. 392 more words


To Hamline and Back Again

Hamline University is a small private college in St. Paul where I earned my undergraduate degree and spent my formative years trying to shake my shyness and become something more than the sweet, smart, quiet girl I was in high school. 634 more words


Public Libraries' Enduring and Vital Service to Communities

Written by David Ferriero. Originally posted here.

During my five years as director of the New York Public Libraries, I was inspired by the words of Thomas Jefferson, which are carved into the fireplace mantle of the Trustees Room: 467 more words


Animal Behavior

I love animal behavior. Although I didn’t have the chance to attend a lecture on animal behavior, I try to learn as much as I can on my own terms. 496 more words


Haiku: 34

I want to go to

Pennsylvania to find the

knowledge of truck stops.


A Healthy Workplace is a More Productive Workplace

In the past two decades WHS awareness has increased across the nation. This has occurred for many reasons; changes to legislation, the harmonisation debate, government strategies, increased penalties, health and safety campaigns (such as… 859 more words


Are you searching for knowledge?

Then Oxford’s Very Short Introductions series has the answer!

The Very Short Introduction (VSI) series reaches a significant milestone this month with the publication of the its aptly named 400th title, … 125 more words