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Category Archives: Education
From press release on Texas Ag Daily: Texas Agriculture Daily News Discussion of GMO foods program set for July 15, Dimmitt Monday, July 07, 2014 A program explaining the role of genetically modified organism (GMO) foods in the U.S. food … Continue reading
When you think of cultural analysis, what pops into your head? For me, it’s Margaret Mead doing her ethnography of Samoa. But nowadays, people are studying little faces on screens. Are they modern glyphs? Are they a text of sorts … Continue reading
Lubbock ISD wins lawsuit over banning Jesus Tattoo advertisement.
“May 16, 1968 On this day in 1968, 400 students at Edgewood High School in San Antonio held a walkout and demonstration, and marched to the district administration office. Ninety percent of the students in the Edgewood district were of Mexican … Continue reading
A satanic “black mass” at Harvard University is causing a stir with the Catholic Archdiocese of Boston. The mass is to be held for educational purposes, but the local pillars of the Catholic Church in that area are against it. … Continue reading
This wonderful site is for one of the area’s crown jewels– the Amarillo Area Foundation, a nonprofit community that works to benefit citizens of the Texas Panhandle. The Foundation was formed in 1957, originally to address the needs of the … Continue reading
The numbers move so very fast as they count the births and deaths in the world in real time, happening as every moment passes.