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Libraries Receive Shrinking Share of University Expenditures - 22 Jul 2014, 5:30 am
Over the past three decades, the research library has been receiving a smaller proportion of the university budget. Does this trend reflect the failure of library administrators and the declining relevance of libraries? Or does it tell the story of self-control and growing efficiency against a backdrop of spiraling higher education costs? Continue reading → Read more
Cynic opinion editor takes on top job at local mag - 23 May 2014, 12:50 pm
Zach Despart, who wrote for the Cynic from 2009 to 2012, has worked for WCAX-TV in Burlington and continues to report for Middlebury’s Addison Independent. He’s been writing for Thread since 2012, said Ben Sarle, the magazine’s founder.
“I have no doubt that Zach will do a fantastic job as Thread’s editor,” Sarle said. “He’s been a trusted and talented part of the team for a long time.
“I’m stoked to see where he takes the publication.”
Despart said he hopes to continue producing in-depth features about issues that the Burlington audience cares about, as well as profiles of the creative people that give the city its identity.
“Burlington is a dynamic, beautiful city filled with so many talented people,” he said. “I want to continue to capture that.
“Ben’s poured a lot of hard work into the publication and cultivated a significant following in Burlington. I’m excited to keep Thread’s momentum going.”
Anyone with a story idea or an interest in contributing to Thread is encouraged to contact Despart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watermark could prevent plastic piracy31 Mar 2008, 11:45 am
Researchers at WMG at the University of Warwick have devised a high tech watermark that can be added to plastic products as they are created to prevent counterfeiting.
As the watermark is created as an intrinsic part of the plastic as it is moulded, it would require very detailed technical knowledge and equipment to replicate it.
Professor Gordon Smith from WMG said the new technology could be ...