… Today on The Independent

“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.

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