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Today’s stories are focused on some groups that haven’t received much coverage of their needs, despite their disproportionate suffering from the present pandemic. These populatons include indigenous peoples, religious minorities, the disabled, and abuse survivors.  As always, all stories are curated from the front pages available at newseum.org.
For years an impressive painting of Florence Nightingale sits among an historic collection of Teachers College portraiture, waiting to be displayed in the Offit Gallery, Third Floor of the Gottesman Libraries. Frederick Rocher's work is exhibited in 2016 as part of the Restored Oil Paintings of Teachers...
Welcome to some headlines in today’s news from around the world. Taking our cue from yesterday’s Daily News, posted by Rachel A...
After nearly five years of helping with cafe news presentations, I sometimes take this daily practice for granted. I’m always thankful to have a reminder to be more mindful in my practice. An article out of a Wisconsin paper caught my eye this morning and made me think on how often we are bombarded with information, whether or not we are seeking it. Today’s papers center around that idea in an effort to provide a pause in the constant stream of news regarding COVID-19. Despite the ubiquity of this event, there is still so much ha...
Although I was a music student for most of my academic life, I never studied an important branch of my focus: music education. From middle school through college, the music programs at my schools focused heavily on performance and music theory. Since graduating, I've become deeply immersed in the non-academic world of music as a touring musician, songwriter, producer and mixing engineer. When I'm not doing these things, I'm ...
Good morning, I hope everyone is having a pleasant weekend! With continuing news of the pandemic and its effect on education, the economy, employment, and safety of our communities, here are a few headlines from around the world, courtesy of Newseum:
The Civil Rights Movement of 1954-1968 was a period of landmark and sweeping legislation. The movement witnessed the Voting Rights Act of 1965. It was born from the need for equality and freedom for African Americans and other people of color, according to the Anti-Defamation League (A...
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It's perhaps poetic that despite its name and primary adaptation, the hermit crab can not thrive in isolation. Imagine having a capacity for solitude so pronounced th...
The Gottesman Libraries Services Team invites our TC community and friends to share some headlines in today’s news from the United States and around the world. Today in history is Victory in Europe Day, commemorated in the United States and Great Britain as the end of WW II in Europe, when Nazi Germany surrendered after almost six years of war. VE Day and other news selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on
Today’s news stories focus on the changes occurring in education, as well as hurdles that students and staff face during the continuing coronavirus pandemic. As always, all stories are curated from the front pages at newseum.org.