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Wednesday’s Word: Mediation

By Dylan Donley, Spring 2014 Graduate Research Assistant

Mediation is an informal, voluntary process in which a neutral (i.e., the mediator) chosen by both parties facilitates negotiations between the disputing parties. 36 more words


good morning

My name is Olivia Rosenthall. I am 21 years old and about to embark on an adventure around Europe with my two friends Amy and Kirsty. 73 more words


Video game scholarships

League of Legends becomes a varsity sport

Inside Higher Ed has a story about an Illinois university which has decided to make ‘League of Legends’ a varsity sport and award a number of scholarships to boot: 293 more words


By Gove he's gone!

Michael Gove got stuck in a toilet. Yes, you heard me right. Cue maniacal laughter from teachers all over the country who can’t quite believe their luck.   936 more words


Early Diagnosis of ADD/ADHD

Can ADD be diagnosed before a child enters school?

Yes, but it is often difficult. The reason is that some of the behaviors that are red flags or indicators of ADD can be normal in the… 366 more words


More Than Just Relativity (#iwdc)

Written by Alexandra Smerekanych

Relativity is weird. Especially at SSP. I remember thinking during the first week—back when my sleep schedule was sitting comfortably at four hours each day—how so much would happen over the course of one day that it felt like an entire week’s worth of events had passed by. 1,307 more words


How to Help Nigeria Series..

Someone on facebook asked me this question..
“But what exactly is it that you want people to do? You keep saying people should do something. What is that something? 65 more words