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The Future of Social Media; CampusFeed

*Types away furiously*

“I didn’t bring my name plate in today and got a 2% grade reduction. WHO DOES THAT?

*looks up* Oh, Hi there! 446 more words


Fighting climate change in a post-modernist world of pop art politics—Opinion by Phil Thornton

Pop by Roy Lichtenstein, 1966.

As someone has said, none of the numerous action plans being proposed by the elite networks of decision-making bodies today are going to make a difference if the world’s citizens don’t give them teeth and involve themselves in the solutions. 609 more words


How can women empowerment through livestock value chains enhance maternal and child nutrition in Northern Kenya?

At last week’s National Food and Nutrition Symposium held at the Kenya School of Government, Jennifer Adere, a Nutrition Specialist at the International Livestock Research Institute ( 144 more words


Explaining the pro-Corbyn surge in Labour’s membership

In the course of a year and a half, Labour Party membership has increased massively. The number In the course of a year and a half, Labour Party membership has increased massively. 1,336 more words

Jeremy Corbyn

Στο LSE θα μιλήσει σήμερα ο Κώστας Σημίτης

Ο “ιερέας της διαπλοκής” για την ελληνική κρίση…

Στο London School of Economics (LSΕ) θα μιλήσει σήμερα, Παρασκευή ο πρώην πρωθυπουργός της Ελλάδας Κώστας Σημίτης με θέμα την ελληνική κρίση.


Improving knowledge base for animal disease surveillance in pastoralist systems in Kenya

Written by Paul Mwangi, field coordinator Turkana county, AVCD livestock component

Among the numerous challenges that pastoralists face in their livestock production systems, animal diseases greatly affect not just their livestock productivity, but also their livelihoods as a whole.   336 more words