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Caroline Blyth, SIIBS Visiting Scholar

Every week SIIBS (Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies) holds a seminar for postgrads and guests. One of next month’s seminars will be hosted by Hidden Perspectives and we are excited to announce that Dr. 80 more words

We Can Work It Out

By Haley Drolet

As a commuter I never visit my on-campus post box, but the other week I finally decided to check it out. This was an impulsive decision that I soon congratulated myself for when I noticed a pink flyer waiting in my slot. 1,605 more words

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Bianca and Nick Bowser

Interesting and refreshing; clearly a lovely and loving family.
Bianca and Nick Bowser are a married couple, living in Louisville Kentucky, USA with their two young sons. 50 more words

Slave labour - you get what you pay for

Student guest post – Erin A. and Jamie D.

The hypocaust was a feat of domestic engineering by the inhabitants of Rome. For a society who believed that the sun was driven across the sky by a chariot, they had a surprisingly great grip on physics. 218 more words

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ABS: Will it create a law firm SOS?

A current commercial issue that may inevitably confront businesses in our region is the quite recent implementation of newly operating Alternative Business Structures. Alternative Business Structures is an innovative idea whereby under the Legal Services Act 2007 non-legal organisations can give legal advice and share management of law firms by obtaining a licence, resulting in external investment. 389 more words

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"I'm not in Kansas anymore, but I feel at home"

Kellogg student Amanda Shriwise is studying for a DPhil in Social Policy. In this article, Amanda shares her experiences of life in Oxford and what it means to her to be a student at Kellogg College. 691 more words

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Student Post: Maintaining and Operating a Small Press

by Sally Beeson

Each Wednesday, I, along with eight other publishing students, meet in Mayfield Hall for class. This building, recently reopened, now houses the Publishing and MFA programs here at Rosemont and, with this new home, comes a new project. 492 more words

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