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NEWSLETTER 20150401

01 April 2015
DGRHTHRTE

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NEWSLETTER 20150331

31 March 2015
The stresses of the Korean education system.

NEWSLETTER 20150330

30 March 2015
The teenage brain and mass murder

NEWSLETTER 20150327

27 March 2015
Reflecting on the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525, Zac Alstin asks whether promoting virtue would help prevent such heinous crimes.

NEWSLETTER 20150326

26 March 2015
We consider the gender gap in education in the light of an Icelandic experiment.

NEWSLETTER 20150326

25 March 2015
Lee Kwan Yew, pragmatist

NEWSLETTER 20150324

24 March 2015
FGJTYRGRB

NEWSLETTER 20150323

23 March 2015
Love me Tinder, love me true

NEWSLETTER 20150320

20 March 2015
In today's lead article, Samuel Gregg gives an excellent philosophical explanation of the differences giving rise to Islamic and Western culture.

NEWSLETTER 20150319

19 March 2015
Jean Vanier has received the Templeton Prize and richly deserves it. His contribution to the recognition of the human dignity of people with intellectual disabilities is immense.

NEWSLETTER 20150318

18 March 2015
Time for some marketing.

A sticky wicket

17 March 2015
Will New Zealand win the Cricket World Cup?

Remembering the Armenian genocide

16 March 2015
Remembering the Armenian genocide

NEWSLETTER 20150313

13 March 2015
Robert Putnam's new book, Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis, poses a serious challenge, but does he nail the right answer?

NEWSLETTER 20150312

12 March 2015
If you thought the sexual revolution started in the 1960s, read Valerie Huber's history of sex education.



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