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Friday, July 28, 2023

#OutsiderVibes (Special Month-End Edition): Dave

As July 2023 comes to a close, our team is pleased to present Dave courtesy of the team at YouTube.
We look forward to the continued privilege of serving.

Monday, July 24, 2023

On Our "Virtual Route 66" : #RandomThoughts

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A World Cup of firsts for Morocco

Female Moroccan referees are making their mark in Australia and New Zealand. AFP
Female Moroccan referees are making their mark in Australia and New Zealand. AFP

Morocco is set to compete in the Women's World Cup this week for the first time ever. Not only are players smashing barriers with their appearances on the pitch, but three Moroccan referees will also be making their mark.

Their presence at the biggest competition in the sport is no accident.

Bouchra Karboubi, Fatiha Jermoumi and Soukaina Hamdi are at the forefront of a push to improve women's participation, which has seen the country go from fewer than 15 locally accredited Moroccan female football referees 20 years ago to eight internationally accredited female referees and more than 120 locally licensed ones today.

Reporter Soulaimane Bakbach spoke to some of the young referees on the rise about the opportunities and challenges they face. Read more here.

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Wednesday, July 19, 2023

On Our "Virtual Route 66" in our Home State of California


Could offering bachelor's degrees at California's Community colleges make it cheaper and easier for students to complete a degree and find a job?

Historically students at California's community colleges have been limited to an associate degree or had to transfer to a four-year university to complete their B.A. or B.S.

But students in California can now earn a bachelor's degree from an increasing number of community colleges, following a 2021 law that allows the system to approve up to 30 baccalaureate programs annually.

Join EdSource’s Michael Burke and Anne Vasquez as they talk to a panel of experts to answer questions such as:

  • What’s the benefit of offering bachelor’s degrees at the community college level?
  • How do these degrees meet workforce needs?
  • What can California learn from other states, such as Florida and Washington, that for many years have had robust baccalaureate degrees offerings at community colleges?

Friday, July 7, 2023

Notations On Our World (Special Edition): Joy (Arash Fouladvand & Niaz Nawab)

As we gear up for our 3rd Quarter, we present the following for the community's enjoyments:  Joy 

Saturday, July 1, 2023

A @DailYOutsider Network Announcement

  We wanted to take this opportunity in all our properties to advise that we will be "Dark". However, our Social Media Corners will receive daily updates Until After the July 4 Holiday W-End in the United States.

We look forward to the continued privilege of serving in the New Quarter.