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My Pop Life #20

That’s The Way Of The World   –   Earth Wind & Fire

..Don’t hesitate – ’cause the world seems cold
Stay young at heart ’cause you’re never never never old at heart… 686 more words

Music

A review of environmental impact assessment frameworks for livestock production systems

This study, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, reviews the currently available tools for and approaches to assessing the environmental impacts of livestock production systems. 219 more words

CRP37

YCL Extends Solidarity to LSE and University of the Arts London Occupiers

The Young Communist League extends our solidarity to the occupiers in the London School of Economics and the University of the Arts London. We support their calls, amongst others, for no courses to be cut, for democratization of universities and their support for workers at the universities. 65 more words

YCL

Nicola Sturgeon at the LSE: why do Scottish First Ministers have such trouble understanding their own student finance system?

Speaking at the LSE last week, Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon MSP, replied to a question about the sustainability of free tuition and in doing so exposed the deep contradiction at the heart of the Scottish government’s approach to student funding. 1,551 more words

Scotland

Forty Students Barricade Themselves In LSE Building In Protest

Students at the London School of Economics (LSE) occupied a room in the university on Tuesday night to protest the ‘marketisation of higher education’.

The organisers, who have called the occupation ‘Free University of London’, aim to change the ‘profit-driven and bureaucratic business model of higher education’ that has put students in debt. 105 more words

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Breaking the Good from the Bad

We had the chance to have a quick chat to Professor Saul Estrin a professor of business and management at LSE, he gave us the academic side to business planning and start-ups. 360 more words

Business