mapsontheweb:

You may have seen our previous map looking at the Largest Universities by Enrollment of Each State, we’re back at it with another one looking at the Highest Graduation Rate in each state. As the end of the school year approaches and graduation gowns are fitted, we look at which schools boast the highest likelihood of getting you across the stage with a diploma. For the sake of argument, we decided to only look at schools offering 4-year degrees with housing. Our goal was to look at those schools offering a more traditional college experience. We are dedicated to inspiring and informing students with comprehensive online tools and college information, leading us to make this informative graphic.

mapsontheweb:

You may have seen our previous map looking at the Largest Universities by Enrollment of Each State, we’re back at it with another one looking at the Highest Graduation Rate in each state. As the end of the school year approaches and graduation gowns are fitted, we look at which schools boast the highest likelihood of getting you across the stage with a diploma. For the sake of argument, we decided to only look at schools offering 4-year degrees with housing. Our goal was to look at those schools offering a more traditional college experience. We are dedicated to inspiring and informing students with comprehensive online tools and college information, leading us to make this informative graphic.

shslequius:

"Maybe if you go to bed you’ll feel better in the morning" is literally just the human version of "Have you tried turning it off and back on again?"

(via ezrafitzinmyvagina)

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via megustamemes)

nonespark:

sterlingkato:

MEMO: The space bar is important. 

how. IN THE FUCK. did that get through.
who was drunk and officially sent this advertisement out. who didn’t tell them something was wrong. who put up an inappropriately faulty billboard without anyone saying anything.
what monkeys were in charge of this operation.

nonespark:

sterlingkato:

MEMO: The space bar is important. 

how. IN THE FUCK. did that get through.

who was drunk and officially sent this advertisement out. who didn’t tell them something was wrong. who put up an inappropriately faulty billboard without anyone saying anything.

what monkeys were in charge of this operation.

(Source: ninjakato, via impulsivegiraffe)

plethoraofdesultory:

Saw this in an Indian magazine today.

plethoraofdesultory:

Saw this in an Indian magazine today.

(via finalproblem)

funny-pictures-uk:

This is Jackie’s world, we just live in it.

funny-pictures-uk:

This is Jackie’s world, we just live in it.

(Source: memewhore)


It took me a while to figure out what was wrong

It took me a while to figure out what was wrong

(via megustamemes)

fullyactivated:

sherlacking:

Feminism is knowing that you don’t have to wear things to impress a man

Feminism is also knowing that it’s okay to wear things to impress a man if you want to

Society forgets the first part, tumblr forgets the second part

(via anchoredinthe0cean)

mapsontheweb:

Homicide Rates in Europe per 100,000 people

mapsontheweb:

Homicide Rates in Europe per 100,000 people

(Source: unodc.org)

You always learn from observing. You have to pick things up nonverbally because people will never tell you what you’re supposed to know. You have to get it for yourself: whatever it is that you need in order to survive. You become strong by doing the things you need to be strong for. This is the way genuine learning takes place.
 Audre Lorde, from an interview dated April 1981 (via violentwavesofemotion)

(via socio-logic)

cornellcas:

New journal speeds access to sociology research
A new, innovative, open-access online journal for sociological research launched in February, with the help of Cornell sociologists Kim Weeden and Stephen Morgan, the Jan Rock Zubrow ‘77 Professor in the Social Sciences.
“Sociological Science aims to be the flagship journal for social scientists who are committed to advancing a general understanding of social processes,” says Weeden, a co-founder and deputy editor for the journal. “It provides a platform for the sociological community to engage in meaningful public debate about cutting-edge sociological research.”
“The social sciences are key to addressing critical public issues like obesity, immigration and educational attainment,” says Gretchen Ritter, the Harold Tanner Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. “This journal provides an important new way for the research of social scientists to be shared.”
Weeden says the nonprofit journal’s main goal was to shake up top-tier sociological publishing by offering an alternative to the standard editorial model. The journal takes advantage of low-cost, open-access publication platforms, an approach that gives sociologists a forum for public engagement and a way to help shape public discussion and policy debates. 

cornellcas:

New journal speeds access to sociology research

A new, innovative, open-access online journal for sociological research launched in February, with the help of Cornell sociologists Kim Weeden and Stephen Morgan, the Jan Rock Zubrow ‘77 Professor in the Social Sciences.

“Sociological Science aims to be the flagship journal for social scientists who are committed to advancing a general understanding of social processes,” says Weeden, a co-founder and deputy editor for the journal. “It provides a platform for the sociological community to engage in meaningful public debate about cutting-edge sociological research.”

“The social sciences are key to addressing critical public issues like obesity, immigration and educational attainment,” says Gretchen Ritter, the Harold Tanner Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. “This journal provides an important new way for the research of social scientists to be shared.”

Weeden says the nonprofit journal’s main goal was to shake up top-tier sociological publishing by offering an alternative to the standard editorial model. The journal takes advantage of low-cost, open-access publication platforms, an approach that gives sociologists a forum for public engagement and a way to help shape public discussion and policy debates. 

(via socio-logic)

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