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Special Olympics 2015

By Margaret Liendo

On Sunday, October 18, 108 dedicated volunteers and 75 amazing athletes came out to participate in this year’s New York State Special Olympics at the John A. 334 more words


The Clash of the Urging Thrones

By Vallery Claire S. Amador

The 2014 CPSPA Student Council election has recently mocked by the controversies regarding the issue of denied candidacy of two arguing parties, the KILOS-PUP and BANGON-PUP; leading to election conflicts and debates among students and various political parties. 372 more words

Polytechnic University Of The Philippines

Reflections and Reports on Open Access Published in the New Issue of Cultural Anthropology (@culanth)

The new, May 2014 issue of Cultural Anthropology is out now. It is the second issue of the journal to be made freely available online, which means anyone with internet access can read it. 611 more words

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Richard Poynder doesn’t miss a thing.

Indiana University: Library Committee of the Bloomington Faculty Council decides not to recommend active OA policy. http://t.co/kmMkWVaX4G

— Richard Poynder (@RickyPo) …

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Debt and Graduate Admissions

From the end of Matthew Pratt Guterl’s essay “Debt“:

There are many major issues with higher education, but the solutions to most of them are well beyond the reach of tenure-stream faculty.  

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Conflation as Insult (On the Gold Open Access World I Live In)

On Savage Minds, Alex Golub very generously celebrates the recent publication of a large quantity of open access journal articles in anthropology and neighboring fields. I wish to add one point. 332 more words

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