Univeristy Press

15 Apr 19
Teboho Nkopane on Economics

Industries such as banking, construction and retail services sectors have experienced considerable amounts of employment growth. With such growth leading to unprecedented growth in wages of the top earning employees even though wages of the bottom earners remained relatively depressed. Conversely, employment growth has been stagnant in the manufacturing sectors (Sectors known to be labour […]

02 Apr 19
Cities&Hassles

Goals: Since the project will involve a lot of architecture from different (polluted) regions of the world I want to tackle one of these regions. My choice went out to China. Mostly because I have a bigger interest in the older architecture of China that is still present to this very day. Since the team […]

01 Apr 19
KCB206

The introduction of social media in modern day society has both adapted to and revolutionised the Public Relations industry. According to the Public Relations Institute of Australia, Public Relations “is a management function involving effective communication between an organisation and the people and organisations that may be interested in, concerned about or need to know […]

29 Mar 19
Cassie Blackett-Ord

‘Like all vast and diverse political units, the Russian empire was held together by state power, or, more often than not, by the myth of state power’ (Sunderland, 2014: 149) and I shall be following the ebb and flow of this ‘power’ in the years 1917 to 1921. This includes tracing the collapse of two […]

27 Mar 19
Edinburgh Jewish Literary Society

Based on archival materials gathered in Ukraine, Russia and the United States, this talk will explore the significance of antisemitism in the Russian Revolution. In doing so, it will examine how class politics could sometimes overlap with antisemitism, not just on the right, as is well known, but on the left as well, and in […]

24 Mar 19
Diplomacy Old and New 2018a

‘Non-state actors’ (NSA’s) comprises of actors that only have one thing in common – they are not the state, and not governmental. Their main function is to influence international public policy but that may not apply to all. (Fenner Zinkernagel, 2009) This empty definition, which is no legal term of art, illustrates how academics are […]

21 Mar 19
The Sundress Blog

Sundress Academy for the Arts Announces Winners of Summer Residencies The Sundress Academy for the Arts (SAFTA) is pleased to announce Jane Wong, Muriel Leung, Fox Frazier-Foley, and Nicole Shawn Junior as the winners of their four summer residency scholarships. These residencies are designed to give artists time and space to complete their creative projects in […]

20 Mar 19
YouthStarterPack

Can you understand this without the help of google translate? Selamat Datang. Apa Khabar? Bumi Malaysia adalah tanah airku yang ku cintai. Degupan jantung setiap rakyat merupakan nadi bagi tubuh negara ini. Namun begitu, tanpa bahasa melayu, Negara ini hanyalah sebuah Negara bagi persinggahan pelbagai kaum. Justeru, membawa kepada jati diri yang sirna. If you […]

19 Mar 19
Teboho Nkopane on Economics

Umhlaba wakithi bo Usemi Ndawonye Akukho mehluko kulelizwe Qhawula ama khamandela Thina asina voti Silale emkhukhwini Akukho mehluko kulelizwe Qhawula ama khamandela Bakhona Abanye Bakithi Abasibona sesi khululekile Kodw’ umshosha phansi Uthi NOT YET UHURU Letta Mbulu In the 1950’s and 1960’s, the apartheid government increased the wages of all white South Africans which served […]

19 Mar 19
Heavy.com

Domenique DiFiore is the Pennsylvania woman hit in the face by Chester Police in a viral video and who is facing several felony charges.

17 Mar 19
Sustainability Blog

Koalas are seen as these cute, small bear-like creatures that just sit in trees, sleep and eat leaves. Because they are so cute the Australian government giving them the ‘vulnerable’ status has resulted in more campaigning than some critically endangered species, like the Vaquita. The Vaquita is on the World Wildlife Foundations conservation list, where […]

15 Mar 19
Tribune Online

The 2019 elections, though yet to be concluded, have been a mixed bag, throwing up some new faces as governors in some states across the country, even as some of the incumbent also retained their seats. Deputy Editor, DAPO FALADE, examines the backgrounds of some of the new faces who would be taking charge of the affairs of their states from May 29.

13 Mar 19

Monica Nguyen-1000627128. GEO 609. Jeanne Maurer. Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Ryerson Univeristy. It has come to my attention that as there may be differences in Internet access across the globe, but the emergence of a so-called digital health divide has also become apparent. Not everyone with Internet access has the privilege to access online health […]

11 Mar 19
Olmsted Falls Schools - Blog Update

COMMUNITY INVITED: PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR TO ATTEND ANNUAL STATE OF THE SCHOOLS & OFHS COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE EVENT APRIL 2ND Olmsted Falls City Schools State of the Schools Address & OFHS Community Open House Tuesday, April 2nd 6:30 p.m. at Olmsted Falls High School On Tuesday, April 2, 2019, all Olmsted Falls City School […]

07 Mar 19
Mikayla J. Laird

Among the list of all of Batman’s gadgets, the Batmobile is high in his readers eyes. An armoured tank capable of speeding through the streets of Gotham, taking out anything in its path. Or is it really a 55’ Lincoln Futura, with plenty of accessories? The Batmobile has taken many forms in the 80-year history […]

27 Feb 19
CULChorodysa

When we want to talk about cultures and managed by it, first, we have to ask our self, what culture is? One definition said that culture is a complex scenario that ring bells to every mind of an individual (Vance and Paik, 2015). Deshpande and Parahuman said that the culture is based on unwritten rulers, […]