March 2015

Are robots coming for your job? Maybe, writes Brendan Byron. I bet I’d surprise no one if I told you that jobs are harder to find these days. Every “entry level” position wants 3-5 years of industry experience, and even a postgraduate degree is no guarantee

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Sam Moran investigates Australia's crisis of leadership. Walt Whitman’s poem, made famous by the unforgettable scenes of “A Dead Poet’s Society”, reverberates through our hearts and minds as Robin Williams’ students express their gratitude and support for him, his humility and his compassion, in direct

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Dear Agony Ibis, What are your thoughts on the current Ukraine-Russia conflict? Thanks, Politically Aware.     To Politically Aware: Oh, dear reader, let me take you back to a different time. A freer, hazier day when this old, grey Ibis was but a milky white chick. It was April, 1992 in

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Why do children not sever relationships with absuive parents? Srestha Mazumder investigates. When children are abused, it seems only logical to us that they would become detached from their abuser. In most cases, the abuser is a parent. However, in this article we will be

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By Carla Zuniga This year’s Mardi Gras may not have been plagued by the rain, but it did face criticism for underrepresentation of certain facets of the LGBTIQA community – particularly transgender, non-binary genders and bisexuals – a clear indicator that all aspects of society face

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