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Knowing Your History

Know your history.

Given the current running of The Changing University: Inside Nottingham NOOC I thought I would reflect on university histories. Given their nature it’s often struck me as rather surprising that universities and their staff tend not to have a well developed sense of institutional history. 1,356 more words

HE

Government to commemorate Gough Whitlam by making tertiary education free-for-all

The Shovel    |      21 October 2014

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The Shovel is Australia’s satire news service. This is The Shovel’s take on the demise of Gough Whitlam, who introduced free university education in 1974, and the government’s current fee deregulation agenda. 131 more words

Budget

Chronicle staff scores big at TCCJA

Chronicle staff scores big at TCCJA

GABRIEL FLORES

Staff Writer

The Richland Chronicle won first place in the Overall General Excellence for Division 1 in the state Oct. 471 more words

Campus

College Life: A gift not a nuisance

Most of the students, for a fact, hate school. The scenario of jumping off your bed before the sun starts to whisper good morning, the awful experience of taking a bath with a brain freezing water, and the urgency of leaving the house with an empty stomach as the school bell is about to ring may always irritate all the students of different level. 1,090 more words

Glasgow Bound

Hello Coolest Kids,

Two weeks ago, I travelled to Scotland to visit Universities that I am considering to apply to. Even though Scotland has aspects that I have seen in different countries, Scotland felt different and exotic. 343 more words

Lifestyle

The Strange Game Of Names In China

People in China have adopted English names for decades. Many choose ones that resemble their birth names: Chinese boys named “Da Wei,” a common name, almost invariably become “David.” Others find inspiration from singers, athletes, politicians, or movie stars.

Read Here – The Atlantic

Economy