Non-spoiler comment: Go see it, it’s good. Not brilliant if you’ve read any science fiction where the math works, but good nonetheless.
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Finally got round to sending off an Amazon order that’s been building up since last year…
Ferdinand von Prondzynski, the president of DCU, has written a few blog posts about ways to cope with the way the government has been slashing the funding for universities (usually on the quiet), but with the recent announcement of the proposed new college loans plan, he’s written more, and most recently this post discussing the levels of the fees for different courses, which he disagrees with, mainly because the universities haven’t been asked to the policy table from what I can see:
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In the end, this is another aspect of any new framework for student contributions that confirms the importance of full consultation with the higher education institutions before any final model is put in place.
Look, it’s quite simple. Allow me to explain.
Observe: Blue skies. Sunshine. Deity-cursed PALM TREES, for pete’s sake. This is what it’s meant to be. This is an environment in which humans feel well and life is good.
So why is it that we’re stuck with THIS?
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