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Higher education reforms suggestionsHigher education reforms suggestions by Joseph Gatt
21 September 2020
Reforming the university system. Right now the university system works like this. You have professors who went through 8 to 15 years of formal higher education (BA+MA+Ph.D) and who over the years were trained as RESEARCHERS. (Add a comment)
International Day of PeaceInternational Day of Peace by The Ovi Team
21 September 2020
Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. (Add a comment)
The Cod WarThe Cod War by The Ovi Team
21 September 2020
21st Sept. 1958; Britain and Iceland have called a temporary halt to the COD WAR because a British Marine was taken sick with acute appendicitis, and the British skipper of the Frigate Diana asked... (Add a comment)
Monarchy ends in FranceMonarchy ends in France by The Ovi Team
21 September 2020
September 21st 1792; In Revolutionary France, the Legislative Assembly votes to abolish the monarchy and establish the First Republic. The measure came one year after King Louis XVI reluctantly approved a new constitution... (Add a comment)
See everything as an opportunitySee everything as an opportunity by Abigail George
20 September 2020
This is how I became an extreme writer, an extreme personality, an extreme human being. There is an art to love, an exceptional and extraordinary art to love. Some people, like scientists and scholars and intellectuals and philosophers... (Add a comment)
Selling your art (and avoiding starvation)Selling your art (and avoiding starvation) by Joseph Gatt
20 September 2020
How to make a living with art, without being the stereotypical starving artist. -I can only speak from experience. (Add a comment)
Assange's Sixth Day at the Old Bailey: US Prison Conditions and Politicised ProsecutionsAssange's Sixth Day at the Old Bailey: US Prison Conditions and Politicised Prosecutions by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
20 September 2020
September 15. Central Criminal Court, London. Today, witnesses appearing in the extradition trial of Julian Assange fleshed out some points touched upon the previous day: the fate awaiting the WikiLeaks publisher in the US prison... (Add a comment)
Koulis' paintings gallery Koulis' paintings gallery by Thanos Kalamidas
20 September 2020
The twelvth episode of the satirical Asterixian story of the absolutely corrupted Greek Prime Mayor Koulis and his latest reshuffle, all in Greek (Add a comment)
Magellan sails outMagellan sails out by The Ovi Team
20 September 2020
September 20th 1519; Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan sets sail from Spain in an effort to find a western sea route to the rich Spice Islands of Indonesia. In command of five ships and 270 men... (Add a comment)
Soviets collect moon rockSoviets collect moon rock by The Ovi Team
20 September 2020
September 20th 1970; The Russian space probe, Luna 16, landed on the Moon to collect samples from its surface. For the first time an unmanned probe was been used to bring objects back to Earth from space. (Add a comment)
SERIOUSLY a Back to the Future Story for Present TellingSERIOUSLY a Back to the Future Story for Present Telling by David Sparenberg
19 September 2020
The Collector rode around, galloping from kingdom to kingdom through fires and floods, through raging winds-the roaring blaze of day, the howling torments, tempests of night. (Add a comment)
Paulo Freire: Popular ParticipationPaulo Freire: Popular Participation by Rene Wadlow
19 September 2020
In the Declaration of Principles and Programme of Action adopted by the 1976 World Employment Conference it is stated, "A basic needs-oriented policy implies the participation of the people in making the decisions which... (Add a comment)
How I'd reform higher educationHow I'd reform higher education by Joseph Gatt
19 September 2020
Reforming college to meet job market needs, on one leg. Creating a "project management/business ownership" major. (Add a comment)
Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader Ginsburg by The Ovi Team
19 September 2020
Rest in Peace RBG. Ruth Bader Ginsburg (March 15, 1933 - September 18, 2020) was a U.S. Supreme Court justice, the second woman to be appointed to the position. (Add a comment)
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