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Dragonfly Diaries 1: Reflections

I have considered myself an anarchist for my entire adult life. It’s a word and concept often misunderstood and definitely full of suspicion. “Like, how the fuck is that supposed to work?” is the response I get from people. 479 more words

Post-election

A Simple Request

A simple request from a charity worker: I’ve been trying to eat a sandwich for 45 minutes.

I am paid staff for a charity organisation and although I am grateful for the pay I receive, the treatment in this job role deserves higher monetary compensation. 299 more words

Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists Charged for Leading Umbrella Revolution

This article originally appeared on Time.com.

Pro-democracy leaders Joshua Wong, Nathan Law and Alex Chow were found guilty on Thursday morning of charges relating to a… 325 more words

International

College Crybabies

Graduation is “soon” upon us and you’re probably “freaking” out. Rightfully so, graduating college is one of the hardest things to do.

Not only does it take months to find a… 1,514 more words

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CHOOSE WHO YOU ARE, DON'T LET IT BE DETERMINED

  FAST FACTS

Degrees conferred by sex and race

Question:
What is the percentage of degrees conferred by sex and race?

Response:

From 1999–2000 to 2009–10, the percentage of degrees earned by females remained between approximately 60 and 62 percent for associate’s degrees and between 57 and 58 percent for bachelor’s degrees. 1,157 more words

CITY OF SPIKING

Well this is odd.

The numbers to the last posts shot up, the NHS one most of all, then fell flat through Sunday and now, Monday morning, have spiked considerably. 1,729 more words

Book Review: Fractured Angel by Ken Williams

Title: Fractured Angel

Author: Ken Williams

Published: 2014

Pages: 354

Genre: Historical Fiction

Format: Review copy from Sakura Publishing

My rating: 2.5/5

Synopsis: 651 more words

Book Reviews