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What is there to love about the Autumn season?

On the face of it Autumn is a melancholy time of year. Cooling of temperature and shortening of days signal that progression into cold, dreary winter months lurks just around the corner. However, there is much we can enjoy about this mysterious season. It is a time of transition that is vital to the cycle of nature and the world. Beginning with ...

New Fashion A-Level Coming Next Year

If you are a student interested in a career in fashion, get ready for some exciting news! A new fashion A-level will be available for UK’s schools to teach from September 2017. According to The Independent, sixth-form students will have the opportunity to study the history of fashion, especially design styles and movements like Pop Art, alongside analysing socio-economic influences of ...

Should we really ban the IPads in the classroom?

                                                                                                                                           source: www.apple.com   The introduction of the iPaD from primary schools, has allowed even very young children to take advantage of a computer. Its portable format and fast load-up time has made it possible for them to be used easily in the classroom.There is no doubt regarding its efficiency as it includes many positive aspects to improve children’s ...

Review: The Bolivian Diary

The Bolivian Diary (Authorized Edition)
By Erenesto Che Guevara
Introduction by Fidel Castro
Preface by Camilo Guevara
Published by Ocean Press, 2008



2016 marks the 50th anniversary of Che Guevara's fateful campaign to launch a revolution in Bolivia, and overthrow U.S. imposed dictator; General Rene Barrientos.
Ernesto Guevara De La Serna, affectionately known to billions as Che (an informal Spanish term for friend), was born on June 14th 1928 in Rosario, Argentina. Trained as a doctor, Che embarked upon his now legendary motorcycle trip around Latin America at the age of 23; observing first hand, the unbearable conditions forced upon the impoverished working class: Conditions systematically exacerbated by an unholy alliance between U.S.-Rothschild imperialism and a handful of home-grown collaborators.

In 1954, Che witnessed the coup d’etait in Guatemala; in which the country’s democratically elected president, Jacobo Arbenz Guzmán, was deposed by the CIA. Che’s first hand encounter with U.S

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Antibiotic Resistance ‘Bigger Threat Than Cancer?’

Antibiotic resistance is absolutely storming current news with a bold statement by UK Chancellor George Osborne that ‘antibiotic resistance will become “an even greater threat to mankind than cancer” without global action. Osborne warns delegates at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) meeting in Washington that there will be an “enormous economic cost” posed by increasing antibiotic resistance by 2050. Cumulative reports of elevated morbidity, mortality ...

This puzzle has even Harvard students baffled. Can you solve it?

Psychologist Daniel Kahneman has a book called Thinking Fast and Slow. In said book is a riddle that according to Kahneman, even students at prestigious Harvard have struggled to solve. Apparently more than half of students at some of the leading universities in the world have got the answer wrong! Can you solve it?       If you really ...

3rd Year – A Retrospective

Throughout secondary school, my mind was filled with expectations about university. Everybody I know who had been to university was keen to inform me as to exactly how it should be experienced, everything you can do, what’s good and bad about it. As I arrived for my first day in September 2013, expectation was stitched into my clothes. Looking back ...

I’m leaving university. This is great! This is terrible!

I am by no means the first person to leave university. In fact I would go so far as to say that I’m merely partaking in a popular summer tradition that has been around for hundreds of years. This therefore implies that my experience is not original or revolutionary, but a pastiche of history. Yet as I am the main ...

The children are our future: 5 steps to make them financially compassionate to others.

The children are our future. We are raising them to be better, smarter, financially more stable, more innovative and creative, and hopefully to become more compassionate than us. Everything we show them, say to them, express around them, talk about to our friends, and conversations they are privy too, will create their fundamental foundation of how they treat the rest of ...

Relationships in 2016 Part 2: Bringing goofy back to your marriage!

“We use to be goofy and laugh,” the counselor hears for the 3,000th time in therapy. Remember the days where you would crack silly jokes and would laugh in bed for hours, never wanting to separate from your lover and wishing you could quit all other obligations just to stay right there at that moment… in love. Slowly the butterflies ...

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