Posted on 23 March 2016.
Accessibility is a very current topic, but not all framings of accessibility are alike. Spot the difference:
We must have 50% of young people attending university, to make us viable competitors on the world stage, and set our stamp on world affairs as leading enlightened, dynamic and creative figures in the international community.
Artificial barriers to university cause many problems. People feel discouraged, alienated and disenfranchised. For individuals from many communities, there is a knock-on effect on equality and access to other resources.
Gender balance in academic disciplines Read the full story
Posted in Human Interest, Society
Posted on 08 February 2015.
The moment I tell you “You’re ALL sexists,” some poor Jeremy is gonna wail out:
“But we’re not AAALLL like thaaat!!!”
But that’s precisely the point.
There’s something very significant about the fact that this is precisely the typical response to the (actually defensible) idea that the problem is “men…” Read the full story
Posted in Human Interest, Opinon/Editorial
Posted on 06 June 2013.
ST. LOUIS — Area Man Daniel Beter passed away on Tuesday from an apparent heart attack while vacuuming the living room carpet in his home.
In a statement to the press, his wife, Raquel, said of her husband’s untimely death, ”While it saddens me that my beloved husband of 10 years is no longer with us, I find solace in the fact that he died doing the one thing that made me truly happy – giving me a freaking break and helping out around here for a change.” Read the full story
Posted in Health
Posted on 03 March 2012.
Sweden’s Director of Pre-school Schools announced this week a revolutionary new program for Americans to laugh at. Dr. Sven Frrrdegard spoke to reporters at Stockholm’s Ministry for Education.
“As the world’s only industrialized nation not headed for bankruptcy, we Swedes are keenly aware of our leadership responsibilities. We will not shirk our duty when it falls upon us to address humanity’s most pressing problem; gender stereotyping.” Read the full story
Posted in World News