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An Ode to The Fallen: 'A Golden Mean to Guide the Footsteps'

“There will be catchwords filled with infection
Circulars to prop up occasion
No golden mean to guide the footsteps”

Those words from Son Volt rang through my stereo this morning as I took my final drive to the college under its own demise. 1,829 more words


Wesfarmers still a better bet than Woolworths - Macquarie

Wesfarmers looks better than Woolworths after its disappointing 3Q16 sales says Macquarie.

“While at the early stages of a 3 to 5 year period to restore sales momentum, the requirement for additional investment and the results to date highlight a continued deterioration in operational performance across the core supermarkets business,” the broker says. 29 more words


ECA via WES Canada

Another requirement for the EE profile is an ECA.

“An Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) is used to verify that your foreign degree, diploma, certificate (or other proof of your credential) is valid and equal to a Canadian one.” – CIC Website… 306 more words


Gallery of the Louvre, 1831–1833.

Les pionniers d’un art américain.

“There were no museums here, as yet, in the 1830s, and no color representations of paintings. So he was going to bring the culture of Europe — mainly the Renaissance Italian masterpieces in the Louvre collection — back to the United States for the benefit of his countrymen.”

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Histoire De L'art

ACTION!!! — April 20 Meeting Recap

It was a night full of action….

Our Toastmaster John began by sharing his terrifying (and liberating) first experience acting in front of an audience on stage. 91 more words

Meeting Summary

Wesfarmers up 2.2% on solid food & liquor sales

Wesfarmers shares up 2% at $41.89 after reporting a jump in food and liquor sales during the third quarter despite widespread price deflation, with the retailer attributing the gains to a focus on value and customer service. 154 more words


The Evolution of Medicine and Where We're Headed in the Future

Hippocrates, the “Father of Western Medicine,” is arguably one of the most iconic physicians in history. Born in 460 BC, his influence has been long-lasting and far-reaching; in fact, medical students today recite the “ 730 more words