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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...
Happy Sunday! Today's headlines take a look at what is currently happening around the country. Chicago nursing homes begin to heal after a tough year, mental illness rages in NYC due to the pandemic, despite not all counties having high vaccination rates Connecticut will go completely maskless in stores starting Wednesday, protestors in Arizona stand with Palestine and against their governor’s support for Israel, and Liz Cheney is officially out as GOP conference chair. These topics all grace front cover news across the country. These headlines of daily n...
Good afternoon! Once again, here are a few of today’s (English-language) headlines from around the world courtesy of Freedom Forum’s “Today’s Front Pages” exhibit:The Washington Post, Published in Washington, DC
The skepticism that appeared, even among the most enlightened of medical men when my sentiments on the important subject of cow-pox were first promulgated, was highly laudable. To have admitted the truth of the doctrine, at once so novel and so unlike any thing that ever appeared in the annals of medicine, without the test of the most rigid scrutiny, would have bord...
A very merry Friday to all, and welcome to today's Daily News! Our featured stories include pandemic updates from the CDC, proposed voting age changes, and some of the nuances of non-gendered language. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on FreedomForum.org.
Good evening, here are the latest headlines courtesy of Freedom Forum’s “Today’s Front Pages” exhibit:Politico, Published in Arlington, VA
Student comment: I like my school, its classroom and my classmates. So I made this picture.Teacher comment: I have no technique teaching. Yet encouraged him to finish his aim. He spent more than ten hours to do [so].The Gottesman Libraries Education Program of Spring 2021 conti...
The recap below provides an overview of a busy semester behind the scenes in Technical Services at Gottesman Libraries. Course Reading List fulfillment, resource fulfillment via the materials request process, and the coordination and fulfillment of Digital Delivery documents only skim the surface of Simone Schloss’s contribution to the TC Community this ...
Happy Monday! Today's headlines take a look at what is currently happening around the country. Amazon warehouses continue to pop up all over the country, COVID-19 continues to run rampant in India, Connecticut parishes welcome members back, a forest fire with unknown causes rages in Arizona, and with restrictions lifting some are still hesitant to ditch the facial coverings. These topics all grace front cover news across the country. These headlines of daily news are courtesy of Newseu...