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San Francisco Bay University is training a workforce that can meet the demands of the 21st century. The school has been named California’s top feeder college to Silicon Valley companies for two years running, with 70 percent of its graduates hired by major firms. In part, SFBU’s success stems from its emphasis on science and entrepreneurship. “It’s crucial to open your mind and be prepared to accept all kinds of new technologies,” said Mary Morse, president of SFBU. “The future belongs to those who are not afraid to embrace it.” Support from the school’s corporate partners helps students pull in…

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The more that we learn about the animal kingdom the clearer it becomes just how impressive so many of these animals are. This is especially true about the animals who have something of a reputation behind them, yet the deeper we look, the more fascinating they become. Let’s take the donkey, an animal which has been a work animal for many years, but which actually offers far more than meets the eye. Thanks to the teachings from the brilliant International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros, here are some fun facts about donkeys which you may not have…

Ethical questions such as knowing your position on abortion or euthanasia are questions which we often deal with in high school, and they have a purpose to push our minds in a certain way. Most people however don’t seem to care much about these issues once they reach adulthood, with regards to challenging their own beliefs on a regular basis. During my university years however, I learned from the brilliant Professor Harvey Shapiro, who taught me a lot about ethics. What Mr Shapiro was getting at when he discussed ethics, is that as we go through life we should always…

Roger Wolfson is an American screenwriter and columnist for the Washington post. His creativity that focus on American bureaucracy and legal systems is matched by his deeply reflective attitude to his own work and contemporary issues surrounding US politics. Observing the productions, he has contributed towards including Law and Order, Saving Grace and Century City, along with his other experiences as staff to US senators in Washington, there is an authenticity to his craft that makes him good at what he does. Unpicking exactly what makes a writer good is hard to define, since, like any art form, subjectivity plays…