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Never Give Up.

“Never give up- on yourself, or on students with disabilities, or on those who struggle,”

said one of my senior students with autism, as she was preparing for an anxiety-inducing presentation to students, teachers, and community members throughout our state.

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The political ecology of Cornelius Castoriadis

By Yavor Tarinski

Ecology was of great interest for Castoriadis, one of the great philosophers of the 20th century. In his later writings, Castoriadis incorporated ecology into his political project of autonomy, based on direct democracy. 1,634 more words


The antipathy against SDD explained

With the first paper on Selective Digestive Decontamination in ICU patients published in 1983, this year marks the 35th anniversary of one the fiercest controversies in intensive care medicine, infection prevention and clinical microbiology. 701 more words

Antibiotic Resistance

Water management is our responsibility and our right

Water planning and budgeting by empowered Jal Sahelis in Bundelkhand


The Bundelkhand region in North India is presently known as water-starved terrain. A persistent drought situation in the area has not been addressed by the drought declaration criteria or drought management manual of the state. 386 more words

Compendium Series

How Play Therapy Techniques Address Different Issues

Unless you’re a seasoned play therapist yourself, there may be some things about play therapy that you’re not sure you understand. If you’re a parent with a child in play therapy, you’ve likely received… 831 more words

Victory today for LGBTQ rights from the Supreme Court of Canada in Trinity Western University law school decision

June 15, 2018 – Frances Mahon is delighted to announce that the Supreme Court of Canada delivered a profound victory for the LGBTQ community today, confirming the Law Societies of Ontario and British Columbia’s refusal to accredit Trinity Western University’s proposed school of law. 270 more words

LGBTQ Rights