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Hello there! I hope everyone is staying cozy and warm on this snowy Tuesday. Today's news features local initiatives to increase safety and accessibility, plus an interesting archaeologic discovery about the domestication of man's best friend. Our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on FreedomForum.org.
The phrase I've chosen as the theme of my Fall Semester report is taken from the title of a recent poetry anthology,* edited by Alice Quinn, a faculty member at Columbia's School of the Arts. The collection, happily, is available as an
Today's news is curated to start your week feeling good, and features articles regarding breakthroughs in medicine, touching examples of community support, butterfly rest-stops and more. Our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on FreedomForum.org.YIP Day 7 - Pharmacy
Welcome to the daily news! Today’s edition is focused on books, libraries and education, particularly on a local scale. Some highlights include a feature on a unique, independent bookstore, changes to school models and a book challenge. These news headlines are courtesy of FreedomForum.org.
A very happy Saturday (Caturday) to all, and with the weekend comes pleasant news that we have so rightfully earned. That's right, today's news features wonderful stories about animals and only animals, because we absolutely deserve that. Our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on FreedomForum.org.
Welcome to the Friday news edition! Today’s stories focus on changes in the political landscape. In Canada, the Governor General has resigned, an important figure in South Africa’s government has passed away due to coronavirus and countries around the world anticipate the new American presidency. These headlines are courtesy of FreedomForum.org
Happy Thursday! Today’s headlines feature stories of how Biden’s Inauguration was seen globally. The world looked on in confusion and sadness January 6th with the storming of the capital, but many are singing a tune of hopefulness with the ringing in of Biden’s presidency. These headlines of daily news are courtesy of Newseum.The Royal Gazette, Published in Hamilton, B...
In a recent article for Deem Journal on cooperative housing and cities, author Joal Stein opens with a quote from
8 months ago
This book collection is part of the exhibit “Warping the Future”, and features books that fit within the themes of:History of weaving: touching on the art of craftsmanship, exploring societies that pioneered this practice and how that shaped the materials and tools used, from the first weaving looms to...
In today's headlines around the world, Joe Biden is inaugurated as President of the United States, the vaccination process pushes forward, and controversy arises as some schools begin to reopen. As always, our news selections our inspired by the front pages of https://www.freedomforum.org/.President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden....