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Why Eddie's happier than Guy right now

ROME, so the saying goes, was not built in a day.

Rebuilding battered rugby nations takes time as well – as first France and then England discovered on the opening day of the 2016 RBS 6 Nations. 614 more words


New Mobility Agenda needed for Penang

(The following article appeared on 6 February 2016  in the Penang social justice blog anilnetto.com . The original is available here  .)

Our guest contributor is Eric Britton, a sustainable transport expert who visited Penang a couple of years ago.

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Civil Society

The Juggler's Apprentice

10.21 AM, General surgery ward. My eyes were focused on my shoe laces, in a bid to escape being noticed by the professor critiquing our patient history taking skills. 1,208 more words

Blogger Diary


I’ll be the first to admit that when we launched our community events sponsorship program our interest was primarily transactional in nature: we were looking to extend our limited marketing budget and gain local exposure at some high visibility events. 389 more words

Op Ed

Sexism: Objects of Men

This past week I played in Ohio University’s Humans vs. Zombies game, and it caused me to write this letter to the editor of our campus newspaper.   520 more words

Ohio University

To all the men of Armstrong:

Bradley Mullis, Opinion Piece

To all the men of Armstrong:

Are you tired of self-righteous women bruising our fragile male ego every second they get? Let me tell you something fellas, I personally can’t stand it. 311 more words


An open letter on regrets, advice from a 23 year old

Anonymously submitted, Opinion Piece

Take advantage of free exercise classes. “Lifetime Fitness” classes teach sports and activities for you to carry through life long after there are no more free classes available to you. 760 more words