The infection comes after a teacher at the school tested positive last week. There is no evidence of a link between the student and the staff member. Pictured: Principal Linda Maxwell informed parents, students and staff of the teacher's diagnosis in a Facebook post on Tuesday … [Read more...] about School is shut down after student tests positive for coronavirus – at the same college where a teacher was diagnosed last week
If a restructured Soas continues to struggle to attract students, the question will be if a government that wants to declare Britain open in a post-Brexit, post-coronavirus world can afford to let it close. The school still attracts policymakers from around the world for training, while the United Nations and other multilateral organisations are filled with its graduates. … [Read more...] about Soas survived the end of empire but can it recover this time?
Students from kindergarten to Year Two and students in Year 10, 11 and 12 returned to face-to-face learning on Tuesday in Victoria. Pictured: Prep teacher Rachel Gathercole teaches kids at Lysterfield Primary School about hand sanitiser … [Read more...] about Teacher tests positive to coronavirus as 400,000 students return to the classrooms in Victoria
Mark, 61, said: "Being diagnosed with prostate cancer picked up by the MRI was a bit of a shock. I had some prostate issues around seven years ago and had a PSA test and everything was fine … [Read more...] about ‘Game-changing’ cancer scan created by scientists – and it takes just 15 minutes
In an essay written in 1982 to mark the centenary of Joyce’s birth, the Irish poet John Montague, who died earlier this month, a writer who had also mined his own childhood, wrote of the influence of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: “No one could overestimate the effects of [the book] on later Irish writers … Or on the national psyche: many young Irishmen came to painful consciousness reading those corrosive pages. The Dublin of my student days was strewn with versions of Stephen Dedalus, including myself, though I wonder what the women thought of it!” … [Read more...] about Colm Tóibín: James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist, 100 years on