Sanctimonious rhetoric is all too prevalent nowadays in a media completely dominated by image. When sifting through a newspaper or online news articles, one does not have to search long before coming across some politically correct outrage over what the layperson may deem as overreacting (observe that someone may be overreacting, and indeed you too could also find yourself … [Read more...] about The left-wing elephant in the room
US university introduces a separate lane for screen-obsessed pedestrians … [Read more...] about Do the text-obsessed need their own lane?
A radical Muslim has made statements saying that Ireland is now to be viewed as a legitimate target for attack because US air force planes are allowed to land and refuel at Shannon Airport. CUK-based Muslim preacher, Anjem Choudary warned that Muslims fighting US foreign policy do not see Ireland as a neutral state, despite national declarations, this is a stance which has … [Read more...] about Ireland warned it is an Al-Qaeda target
The World Health Organisation has announced that deaths from Ebola now stand at over 4,900. With a little over ten thousand reported cases, the virus has a fatality rate at this time of over 50 per cent. … [Read more...] about World playing catch-up with Ebola
You’re doing everything right; you have a good CV and cover letter and have sent them to all the right places, yet you feel your job search is faltering. There may not always be jobs to apply to or interviews to secure, so in the mean time, you are left with nothing but free time. It is crucial in your job search not to see this as spare time but more as time to put into … [Read more...] about Career Advice: Increasing your Employability