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What’s in a Name?

My first ‘proper’ job was in 1998 in a small town in West Yorkshire. It’s a place called Keighley. You might know it. When I first moved to West Yorkshire to study in Bradford (pronounced ‘Bratfud’) I didn’t know about Keighley. 700 more words


[Issue 8] Media Monitoring: Extract of Press News on Higher Education in Africa

  1. University World News

Do we provide the right support for migrant academics? (Global)

Academics move from one country to another for myriad professional reasons, including the pursuit of a more prestigious academic position or the furtherance of research opportunities. 633 more words


George Iloka isn't worried about Bengals adding a safety in 2018 NFL draft

The Cincinnati Bengals haven’t hidden the fact they want to upgrade the safety position this offseason.

Those Bengals had the failed pursuit of Kurt Coleman before he signed elsewhere and even had a visit with free agent Eric Reid. 238 more words

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Lessons from my guest lecture to 2nd year MMU students

I was invited by Allie Johns, Senior Lecturer of Digital Marketing at MMU, to hold a guest lecture for her 2nd-year students. I jumped at the chance. 952 more words


LIST: Universities and Colleges with FREE Tuition Starting 2018

The free tuition law signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday covers a total of 112 state universities and colleges, and 78 local universities and colleges nationwide. 1,097 more words


Artists Resist Neoliberalism at UNC

Today I was lucky to participate in a rally organized by undergraduate students in the Art and Art History Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 1,624 more words


Trigger Warnings Don't Heal; Art Does

MA culture’s belief that schools should teach literature, rather than what people want to read, is garbage. It’s poppycock. It’s like saying that a rooster is not a male chicken. 1,153 more words

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