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13 Reasons Why you should feel guilty13 Reasons Why you should feel guilty by Katerina Charisi
14 September 2017
Something often said to inexperienced writers in creative writing lessons when they ask what to write about, is "since you survived puberty, you have stories to write for the rest of your life". See, puberty is an actual battle and what matters is to co (Add a comment)
The Flawed Institution: Australian Marriage and the Same-Sex DebateThe Flawed Institution: Australian Marriage and the Same-Sex Debate by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
14 September 2017
It's a pretty curious thing to see: marriage being defended at all. Like slavery, and not necessarily inconsistent with it, marriage is an institution. It embraces codes. It imparts obligations, duties, and rights. And it creeps up on you. (Add a comment)
Gender "X" optionGender "X" option by Ovi Magazine Guest
14 September 2017
Generally, when it comes to birth certificates, driver's licenses and state identification, individuals must select either "M" for male or "F" for female. Now, California is changing the rules and adding a third option (Add a comment)
Robert McCloskeyRobert McCloskey by The Ovi Team
14 September 2017
September 14th; on this day in 1914, children's author and illustrator Robert McCloskey, whose books include such classics as "Make Way for Ducklings" and "Blueberries for Sal," is born in Hamilton, Ohio. (Add a comment)
A star princess deadA star princess dead by The Ovi Team
14 September 2017
September 14th 1982; Princess Grace of Monaco has died of the injuries she sustained in a car crash near Monte Carlo. The Hollywood actress Grace Kelly - who starred in the Alfred Hitchcock hits Dial M for Murder and Rear Window - suffered a brain haemorr (Add a comment)
Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Prizes and the RohingyasAung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Prizes and the Rohingyas by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
13 September 2017
Scratch the skin of a saint, claimed George Orwell, and you are bound to find a sinner with an extensive resume. Such resumes are evaluated in these modern times by accolades, awards, and summits. The Noble Peace Prize tends to be crowning affirmation t (1 comment)
Aqueous Aqueous by Nikos Laios
13 September 2017
Aqueous, Liquescent, Flowing, molten Swimming in the swaying Surging washing waves Bronzed,salt-encrusted. (1 comment)
Eureka: Some reflections on academiaEureka: Some reflections on academia by Akli Hadid
13 September 2017
To sum up, I've met a lot of angry people in academia. A world where everyone seems to have the wrong degrees, the wrong specializations, the wrong research abilities or everyone seems to be the wrong fit for the job. (3 comments)
Roald DahlRoald Dahl by The Ovi Team
13 September 2017
September 13th 1916, Roald Dahl, author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1964) and James and the Giant Peach (1961), is born in South Wales. (Add a comment)
An Urgent Report from Miami on Hurricane IrmaAn Urgent Report from Miami on Hurricane Irma by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
12 September 2017
As I write this from Miami on September 10 2017, hurricane Irma is at work pounding the whole Florida peninsula with category five winds, tornados, flooding, surging waters, impassable roads, flying debris, lack of gasoline, falling trees, caving roofs, l (1 comment)
Shooting at Hurricane Irma: The Seriousness of HumourShooting at Hurricane Irma: The Seriousness of Humour by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
12 September 2017
It has all the ingredients of screwball stand up comedy, the necessary corrective to end-of-the-world scenarios. "And there she was, Irma, blowing herself through the room... And I shot her." But humour is in scant supply for authorities who have be (1 comment)
A Bad Dream I Need to Wake Up from......A Bad Dream I Need to Wake Up from...... by Leah Sellers
12 September 2017
"What are you busy sketchin' out there, Betty Jean?" Marvin asked as he walked into the kitchen for his first cup of coffee. (Add a comment)
Climate Change = doneClimate Change = done by Patrick McWade
12 September 2017
'Then, Again' is a cartoon series by Patrick McWade (Add a comment)
Lascaux caveLascaux cave by The Ovi Team
12 September 2017
September 12th 1940. Near Montignac, France, a collection of prehistoric cave paintings are discovered by four teenagers who stumbled upon the ancient artwork after following their dog down a narrow entrance into a cavern. The 15,000- to 17,000-year-old p (1 comment)
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