Egypt’s president also said he’s asking the international community to lift sanctions on South Sudan, which is slowly recovering from five years of civil war that killed nearly 400,000 people. The implementation of a peace deal is behind schedule. … [Read more...] about Egypt leader in 1st South Sudan visit talks Nile, stability
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He was vice-president of Sichuan Tourism College from 2014 to 2016. He worked at different government positions in Meishan city of Sichuan province from September 2016 and served as head of the publicity department of Meishan city's Party committee from 2018 to 2019. … [Read more...] about Probe: University chief ‘s final note not factual
“People ask why now? One because Universal is still using the edited poster to promote the movie overseas, two no one said any thing when they went back ten years and ask [Kevin Hart] to explain his ‘tweet’ that kept him from hosting the Oscars… not one person said why now…” wrote Love. … [Read more...] about Actor Faizon Love Sues Universal for Cutting Black Stars Out of ‘Couples Retreat’ Publicity Posters
According to the outlet the students called for: “The university to ban the use of these words listed above and any other use of the word ‘black’ as an adjective to express negative connotations.” Students also claim terms like “blacklist” and “whitelist” should be barred from any written communications. … [Read more...] about Manchester University Students Reportedly Seek to Ban Use of Word ‘Black’ From Lectures & Textbooks
According to the study, the participants were happier and more relaxed because of the basic income. The financial security offered them the opportunity to attempt new projects, without the risk of possibly going bankrupt. But the study didn't record any negative effects on the country's labor market: On average, the participants worked just six days more per year than the people in the control group without a basic income. … [Read more...] about Universal basic income: An option for Europe?
Similarly, mid-tier private colleges often are at a severe disadvantage vis-à-vis their more selective peers. Ivy League institutions and nationally ranked liberal arts colleges have an enormous reputational advantage and sizable endowments that enable them to withstand economic recessions and other exogenous shocks. Heavily tuition-dependent mid-tier private colleges are, even under normal conditions, quite vulnerable to enrollment declines, and a major crisis can push them over the cliff. The pandemic shock is likely to prove to be particularly devastating to less-selective private colleges as some of the weaknesses of the high tuition sticker price-plus-high tuition discounting model are exposed. … [Read more...] about Is there an economic case for saving regional public universities and mid-tier private colleges?