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Living Light Culinary Institute - California, U.S.A - Raw Vegan

Welcome to the world’s premier raw vegan culinary school – The birthplace of gourmet raw vegan cuisine.

Living Light Culinary Institute offers a variety of practical yet fun and life-transforming trainings to suit every student, whether you plan to forge a career in the fast-growing arena of raw living foods or simply prepare meals for family and friends.  273 more words

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UEW Denies Increasing Tuition Fees For the Academic Year

The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has denied adjusting tuition fees for the academic year.
This was after some students expressed anger over the purported fees increment. 158 more words

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Public Service Announcement...Free Money!

Greetings! I have an announcement and yes, it comes with a catch. Free money is available ($5000.00 per fiscal year) to youth between the ages of 16-23 years old who are wards of the state (foster children and those transitioning out of foster care) for educational purposes, which can include room and board (while living on campus). 1,244 more words

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COCAL Updates

It’s been a busy summer already. Here’s more from COCAL.

by Joe Berry
joeberry@igc.org

COCAL is the Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor, a nearly 20 year old network of contingent activists and their organizations that does a conference (now tri national – USA, CAN, MEX) every other year, usually in August. 415 more words

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The Current “Crises” in Higher Education

In an op-ed published by the Providence Journal in Rhode Island, James Baar identifies “Four Crises That Dog Higher Education”:

1. Inflation of product cost. 1,293 more words

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Postscript to the New Revolving Door

Several months ago, I did a post to this blog on the controversy surrounding the announcement that Geoff Chatas, the CFO of Ohio State University, would be resigning from that position to take a position with the corporate conglomerate with which he had recently negotiated a long-term and lucrative contract to manage the university’s parking facilities—specifically, a 50-year, $483 million deal. 554 more words

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