It Is Hard To Define Outlaw Poetry

What is Outlaw Poetry? From the name alone it is reasonable one might expect Wild West gunslingers in cowboy hats reciting limericks between duels in the streets, or 1920’s style gangsters sending a poem to a G man as a riddle to his identity. We wanted to know, too, so we asked Thomas L. Vaultonburg, […]

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Education and the Learning Revolution

It sometimes seems to be the case that education in the UK often becomes a bit of a political football – so much so that there is a danger that we lose the essence of what learning is all about. Many commentators have spoken of the need for not simply educational reform but for educational […]

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How the College Board Affects Your Academic Education

The college board is an independent, non-profit group that colleges and universities use to help to create the governing structure of the university or college. They may also be called a board of trustees, board of regents or board of visitors. This group acts as the owner of the college or university. Together they hold […]

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Berkshire Community College – Pinnacle of Academic Education

Popularly known as the ‘Harvard of the Hill’; the community college – Berkshire – is situated in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States of America. It was set up in 1960 by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and also has a branch in Great Barrington. With numerous associate degrees, online degrees and certificate programs, the institute offers plenty […]

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