Samuel Beckett’s play Waiting for Godot is one that the mother of the author of this essay detested. She saw the 2009 Broadway production starring the famed actors Nathan Lane and John Goodman. 2,649 more words
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Firstly – thanks to a great company for helping me continue my love of puns.
This week I began my month long internship SAGE publishing. SAGE is an academic publisher who has a wide and varied list of both books and journals from Humanities and Social Sciences to Physical Sciences and Engineering. 150 more words
It was a nostalgic revisit to IED, VVN – a place that I remember from my college days at CEPT. I had visited the institute because of having friends who studied there – and in those visits, I had grown extremely fond of the architecture of the studios and the way that they were organised around a courtyard. 273 more words
The embattled head of the California School for the Deaf has been removed from his post, the state’s top education official said Friday.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson’s announcement came a week after he appeared on campus, where teachers, staff and parents aired their grievances against Sean Virnig, the school’s first deaf superintendent and an alumni. 198 more words
As of next week I’ll officially be beginning my fifth (and final) year at the University of Alberta. In that time I’ve never switched faculties, departments, or majors (though technically I suppose joining the Honours program does mean I changed my major from Drama to Drama (hons). 576 more words