“Since the Occupy movement in New York began in September, people have voiced frustration about its apparent incoherence and have rushed to stabilize it with demands for something like a policy platform. However in doing so, they’re at best only stabilizing their perceptions of it. But those perceptions are then inevitably misleading, because the Occupy movement is a process responding to other processes: economic, social, political, and definitely global.” Check out Matthew Furlong’s latest entry in his “In Present Crisis” series: Theses on Occupy Wall Street (Part I). Click here.

And for a bit of a lighter read, check out how the St. John’s IceCap did during their latest home-stand against the Portland Pirates. Click here for Matthew Ryder’s review.