To remain relevant and to survive, universities will need to reform themselves to create a new institutional culture that meets the needs of students in 2023 and beyond.
2022 seems to have indicated that the spiritual lessons learnt from Covid-19 have lost out to the allure and the glitter of a hardcore material world.
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The paper says it is essential to secure employment and higher education in regional areas for young people.
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In effect, unless an affordable substitute is found, replacing coal can ignite political debate about our deep-seated understanding of resource sovereignty.
China’s easing of virus restrictions is raising questions about the potential for harmful new variants.