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Designed by the late German born John A. Roebling, an innovator of steel suspension bridges, the Brooklyn Bridge opened on May 24th, 1883. After fourteen years of construction and spanning almost 1,600 feet in length across the East River, it was the largest suspension bridge ever built and served to connect the then cities of New York and Brooklyn. Twenty-first United States President Cheste...
Happy Monday! Today's headlines take a look at what is currently happening around the country. Travel analysts warn Americans of long delays at airports across the nation as travel opens up for vaccinated individuals, Mayor Bill de Blasio states there will be no virtual school options in the fall; all NYC students must return for in-person instruction, West Haven officials look into why their county is so far behind neighboring ones in terms of vaccine rollout, a rare blood moon will be visible May 26th, and much-needed reform for Alabama school districts. These headlines of daily news are ...
Happy Sunday! Today's headlines take a look at what is currently happening around the country. New Jersey weed entrepreneurs look for legal loopholes to sell product while waiting for licensing, a population decrease globally could have dier lasting effects, Connecticut refuses implementation of vaccine passport, workers across America are hesitant to return to spaces that do not value them as employees, and cruises fight to get back into business. These topics all grace front cover news across the country. These headlines of daily news are courtesy of
Good afternoon! I hope everyone is having a great weekend. As always, here are a few headlines from English publications around the world. Also as always, the headlines come to us courtesy of Newseum’s “Today’s Front Pages” exhibit:
Today’s blog, the second in a series on open access resources, reviews approaches to navigating open access journals and books. It illustrates what may be encountered during everyday searches for scholarly materials, and includes hands-on examples of actual requests for course reserves and research resources, received by Technical Services at the Gottesman Libraries. 
Happy Friday, or shall I say, a very happy Florida Friday to all! Today's Daily News features interesting stories and location-specific vintage postcards all sourced from my home, the beautiful Sunshine State. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on FreedomForum.org.
Good morning! I hope you are having a great day, as always here are a few of today’s headlines from English language publications from around the world, brought to us courtesy of Freedom Forum’s “Today’s Front Pages” exhibit:
Good morning! Here are today’s headlines courtesy of Freedom Forum’s “Today’s Front Pages” exhibit:The Washington Post, Published in Washington, DC
Happy Monday! Today's headlines take a look at what is currently happening around the country. New Jersey continues to have police reform bills in a pending state, New Yorkers grapple with whether to wear a mask or not, Connecticut governor allows all those who are vaccinated to go maskless in large chain stores, The Texas Association of Business burgers governor to cut unemployment benefits to force residents back to work, and the Supreme Court agrees to listen to a Roe vs. Wade challenge. These topics all grace front cover news across the country. These headlines of daily news are courtes...
When a young African American girl by the name of Linda Brown was denied admission in 1951 to her local elementary school in Topeka, Kansas, her case would go to the Supreme Court as prime example of racial discrimination. Board versus Board of Education of Topeka was decided on May 17th, 1954, proving federal intolerance to racial segregation in an unanimous decision, with Thurgood Marshall leading the prosecu...