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“Your Fly Is Down!!!” – That & Other Important Things You Should Know While Teaching A Class…

Teaching is a weird thing to do. Especially at the collegiate level, where one must nonchalantly address a mass of humanity that you cannot identify and that barely recognises you a member of it’s own species. To do this is daunting enough; but to do it well is almost impossible. Nonetheless an increasing number of … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 136 – 30th September to 6th October

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Cities Should Think About Trees As Public Health Infrastructure’ Authored by Eillie Anzilotti “Trees are sustainability power tools: They clean and cool the air, regulate temperatures, counteract the urban “heat island” effect, and support water quality and manage flow. Yes, they look pretty, but they also deliver measurable mental and physical … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 134 – 16th to 22nd September

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Forget Carnegie Hall. Musicians rush to rural Colorado to play the Tank‘ Authored by David Kelly Can old, seemingly dilapidated and abandoned buildings be revived and re-adapted into something of value? That’s exactly what happened in Rangely, Colorado, where strange acoustics have made the Tank in a destination for musicians from … Continue reading

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