Archive for April 6th, 2012
Originally posted on News that matters:
The parish in Nessoden shall be gathered in procession behind symbol of puppet Nazi-regime in Norway.
After the Utøya-massacre on 22nd of July 2011, the parish priest of Nesodden walked in a funeral procession with a local Imam. A local Muslim girl had been brutally killed by the Utøya-terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, and was buried at the separated Muslim part of the Church yard.
Originally posted on Beyond Highbrow - Robert Lindsay:
A new post by guest author Sonia Rasmussen. I’m pleased to have her on board here and I hope she will write more articles for us.
The state of California has recently experienced a number of financial woes, and the poor economy has been detrimental to the state’s university system. Crowded classrooms, tuition hikes and reduced curricula plagued these schools as the recession peaked last year. Unfortunately, more state funding cuts are expected in the coming years—and experts warn the California university system may worsen before it improves.
In August 2011, Los Angeles Times reported that community college students in California would start pay higher fees for tuition, despite a dramatically thinned class list. The state reduced annual funding for two-year universities by roughly $400 million—and as a result, student fees were raised by $10 per unit.