Robert Sedlack

In memoriam: Robert Pierce Sedlack, Jr., professor of visual communication and style

&#13 Robert Sedlack Robert Sedlack, professor of visual communication design, died Saturday (May 30) in his sleep at his home in South Bend. He was 47. “Robert Sedlack was a … Continue Reading →

Liz Kendall’s aspiration agenda is built on shaky ground

Liz Kendall’s speech on children’s aspirations (Liz Kendall ‘will back white working-class young’, Report, 29 May) is welcome for putting education and inequality at the heart of the Labour leadership … Continue Reading →

Sunken slave ship’s artifacts due for historic display at Smithsonian museum

The Smithsonian’s Nationwide Museum of African American Background and Culture will display objects from a slave ship that sank off the coast of Cape Town in 1794. The museum is … Continue Reading →

If you want teachers to innovate, don’t train them employing a sage on a stage

Matt Esterman is a history instructor at St Scholastica’s college, Glebe Point, in Australia. He has been a instructor for 12 many years. I used to want to be Indiana … Continue Reading →

Stephen Hawking: income not there for students with my kind of situation

Planet-renowned physicist and writer Stephen Hawking has spoken of fears that a gifted academic with a issue as critical as his personal would not be capable to flourish in today’s … Continue Reading →

Secret Teacher: I’m astonished by what some dad and mom complain about

I can honestly say I in no way considered I would make it. I’m 9 years into a teaching occupation and the mental exhaustion at times is overpowering. But this … Continue Reading →

My son said no to drugs

“They’re arseholes who do not know what’s appropriate or incorrect.” So mentioned my 14-yr-old son the other day, dismissing his college friends with a characteristically sweeping summary. Until lately, J’s … Continue Reading →

Have We Discovered Anything From the Columbia Rape Situation?

Photo Emma Sulkowicz and 4 buddies carry her mattress at Columbia University Class Day on Might 19. Credit Kiera Wood/Columbia Every day Spectator Final week, one particular of the messiest … Continue Reading →

Indian University Suspends Student Group Accused of Spreading Hatred Toward Modi

NEW DELHI — A branch of India’s most prestigious engineering university in the southern city of Chennai has suspended a left-wing student group that was accused of spreading hatred towards … Continue Reading →

Firing of Seton Hall Priest Highlights a Catholic Debate on Gay Believers

When the Rev. Warren Hall named a reporter for the gay sports activities web site final week to talk about his firing as director of Seton Hall University’s campus … Continue Reading →

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