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Good day to all and welcome to the Daily News! Amongst other things, today's news discusses how libraries have adapted during the pandemic, and what benefits have come from these changes that may improve the library experience moving forward. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on FreedomForum.org.
On March 15th, 1896 Marion Vera Cuthbert was born in St Paul, Minnesota. After receiving her BA from Boston University in 1920, Cuthbert served as Principal of Burrell Normal School and then Dean of Women at Talladega College, Alabama's oldest private and historically black liberal arts college. She pursued a Masters a...
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Welcome to the Monday daily news! The new coronavirus variant, P.1 from Brazil continues to spread to other countries. Ireland struggles to translate all their legislation into Irish. Protests are continuing in Myanmar. The UN rejects the idea of vaccines being mandatory for travel. Israel considers discontinuing a mask mandate. These news headlines are courtesy of FreedomForum.org
Happy Sunday! Today's headlines take a look at what is currently happening around the country. Disportationate African American vaccine statistics, NYC takes a look back at a year with COVID, proposed Connecticut property tax increase, everything you need to know about the third stimulus check, and private schools open full time five days a week all grace front cover news across the country.These headlines of daily news are courtesy of Newseu...
Happy Saturday! Today's news features some interesting and uplifting stories about animals with a few bits of other nice news sprinkled in between. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on FreedomForum.org.The real nemo fish by Samad Jee (
Today’s headlines were just chatting about the new COVID-19 relief bill when the headlines from the last couple
On March 12th, 1930, Mohandas Gandhi began a 241 mile trek from Sabmarti, India to the town of Dandi on the Arabian Sea. He and his supporters were protesting the British Salt Act which forbade Indians from collecting or selling salt, as well as the heavy tax that ensued when Indians were forced to buy salt from the British. The legendary act of civil disobedience drew thousands of followers who joined the m...
This research guide is intended as an overview of library resources and services of particular relevance for students in Minhye Son's Spring 2021 course A&HB 4024, Linguistic Foundations of Bilingual/Bicultural Education. The resources, primarily electronic and accessible on and off campus, have been selected as ones supporting the emphasis of the course, i.e., "how language use and linguistics intersect with bilingu...
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 Our next Everett Cafe book display explores how violent and nonviolent forms of political expression are facilitated through the use of digital medium, often social media. While gaming and dating sites may be used to lure individuals -- youth among them -- to meet, adopt extreme views, and engage in violent activity, the Internet helps accelerate the process by enabling easy communication through diffe...