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  1. I would push back on your framing of privilege here. From my own experience at a university with a high international population, particularly from South Asia, they may come from nations that are on a global scale under-privileged, but the students themselves typically come from extremely privileged households by wealth and class (this may be a U. S. thing more than an EU thing); equally, coming from a nation of high relative global privilege does not mean a student is not also from a marginalized background. I wouldn't be so certain you can adequately parse an individual's privilege solely by their country of origin.

  2. Wow never see anything remotely strong when it comes to the defense of truly under-privileged minorities...

  3. Tip: It’s much easier to fire the administration than tenured faculty...

  4. The next year: "we've seen significant declines in enrollment, with students choosing larger institutions with more amenities and options. We need to find a way to emphasize our strengths and pursue efficiencies."

  5. At my school, for every job function, there are only two options:

  6. I know this will be a shocker to most, but worse than expected has struck once again. US inflation came in above expectations, with the Fed having already hiked rates throughout most of the year.

  7. And they wont. Its just a start to the progress but ukraine wont become a full member until victory has been achieved

  8. And if you had the shot you'll get into heaven!

  9. I hope not for the sake of mankind and all the other beeings living on this planet.

  10. Yeah, diplomacy in return for resumption of gas supplies would be great. Oh wait...

  11. Diplomacy to prevent further bloodshed and to avoid a nuclear Armageddon would be great!

  12. SS: More and more evidence are coming to surface about the virus’ indirect debilitating long-term effects on the economy. Isolation measures imposed during last year left a major scar on the younger generation. The degrading of their social capabilities and motivations sounds especially scary, and do not improve even after society got back to “normal”. If left unchecked, as is current policy, the psychological impact may soon overwhelm a critical number of young people, facilitating a major economic collapse in combination with other concurrent crises.

  13. SS: More and more evidence are coming to surface about the virus’ debilitating long-term effects on multiple parts of the human body. Targets of its attack include, but are not limited to vascular and nervous systems. The degrading of the brain after an infection sounds especially scary, and seem to get worse after each additional exposure to the virus. If left unchecked, as is current policy, the disease may soon overwhelm a critical number of healthy people, facilitating a major societal collapse in combination with other concurrent crises.

  14. No need to worry, half of America is already brain dead, so covid has some time before its neurological impact becomes apparent.

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