Oxford University

Malala Yousafza has been accepted to Oxford University. The human rights advocate and Nobel laureate will study philosophy, politics and economics.
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Our friendship was an improbable one. Hailing from the United States and Japan, we were steeped in our respective countries' questions of environmental science and public policy some 7,000 miles apart. One of us had been sporting suits and heels in Washington, while the other nested amongst New Zealand's otherworldly landscapes.
We need to build business differently by building in difference - in the people we hire and the approaches they bring. Our
Doing nothing is not an option. Some of these threats seem unlikely, and they probably will not hit us tomorrow or the day after. But it only takes one to change the world we live in forever.
Lord Alderice: There was a lot of opposition and at the start, I was not sure including the IRA would be successful. John
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Time is also part of just about every meaningful gift. I.e. it takes time to give, to make an introduction, to give feedback
We live in an unrecognisable world to Cecil Rhodes, and better that he remain a visual anachronism than to try to wipe out the acceptance of racism that erected him in the first place. To be a moralist in this way today opens up the path to the same hypocrisies of Rhodes' time.
Fingers crossed that Peter Jackson doesn't make another trilogy based on them.
They will add a sign about his racist history though.
Rhodes' legacy as a colonialist is now coming under controversy at the historic school.
Student protestors associated with #RhodesMustFall also want Oriel College to remove Cecil Rhodes' statue.
Other students agreed with my assessment. An American female student studying in Britain and who attended my talk commented