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Albert Einstein on the danger of Specialization and the value of Liberal Arts Education

Liberal arts education has become one of those overused terms like happiness and success that has slowly lost its intentional meaning. A liberal arts degree is often blamed for its impracticality and its bleak future for the graduates. 1,167 more words


Summer or Winter Post

Living in France it is it is often warm and can get very hot in the summer. Most people would be happy with this; you can get that tan you’ve bee waiting the whole year for, you can go to the beach, the summer holidays so no school! 973 more words

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My Favourite Film Post

It’s pretty evident what this post is about; my favourite film of all time is The Breakfast Club! I don’t know if you have watched this film before so to give you a brief idea it is about a group of five students that are given a Saturday detention. 443 more words

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The 'F' Word: It's Not A Dirty Word

This article was originally written for The Odyssey Online and can be found there as well:

Let’s talk about a word, but not just any word. 674 more words


A Rainy Day Post

I don’t know about everywhere else but here in France it is raining. So I thought I’d write a post that I’d want to read on a rainy day! 696 more words

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Freedom of speech

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In this modern world education and power of media has made people more aware about their rights of freedom of speech. Freedom of speech is the right or power which a person has to, express his or her opinion without any legal penalty or restraint.  470 more words

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Is Jane Eyre a feminist novel?

I’m going a little off topic in today’s blog post, and instead of discussing Irish literature, I’m talking about Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. I’ve studied this novel twice now both on Erasmus and in this year’s Victorian Literature module, and the question of feminism has come up both times. 648 more words