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Getting to Know You: Amanda Jensen

Amanda Jensen, 19,  is a sophomore at ASU, double majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication and Political Science. She is also pursuing a minor in International Relations. 57 more words

Asu

ZYGO Series—PHARMACEUTICAL ACCESS: Global Drug Management and Underserved Populations

ZYGO Series—PHARMACEUTICAL ACCESS: Global Drug Management and Underserved Populations
Friday, October 24, 2014, DML 241 | 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM | Lunch Provided

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Events

Education vs. Indoctrination in American Political Science Education

Noam Chomksy once said, “Get educated and I don’t mean go to school.” I recently went to work at the University of Hawaii at Hilo, on a one semester contract, to educate students in political science and international relations. 702 more words

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Do Americans deserve the government they have?

America is one of the best countries in the world because of its unique Constitution. A good Constitution can provide a right government to a nation. 458 more words

US Government

Political Science Department implements punitive poetry policy

The political science department warned today that it will begin punishing chronically late students by texting them shaming haiku poems.

“We’re just sick of it,” the Punitive Poetry Committee chair said. 136 more words

Jody Zepp '96 MA (PSc) was named Maryland's teacher of the year


Jody Zepp was named Maryland’s teacher of the year on Friday, October 10, 2014. For the past five years, Zepp has been teaching 130-140 students a year in grades 10-12 at Hammond High School in Columbia, Maryland. 23 more words

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