Monthly Archives: January 2017

PALESTINE IN THE AGE OF TRUMP By Rashid Khalidi

Posted but not written by Lou Sheehan NEWS DESK PALESTINE IN THE AGE OF TRUMP By Rashid Khalidi January 19, 2017 As Donald Trump enters the White House, the Palestinians face stark choices.PHOTOGRAPH BY BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP / GETTY … Continue reading

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How an Unverified but Explosive Dossier Became a Crisis for Donald Trump

Posted but not written by Louis Sheehan How an Unverified but Explosive Dossier Became a Crisis for Donald Trump By SCOTT SHANE, NICHOLAS CONFESSORE and MATTHEW ROSENBERGJAN. 11, 2017 Continue reading the main storyShare This Page Share Tweet Email More … Continue reading

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January 1, 1925: The Day We Discovered the Universe

January 1, 1925: The Day We Discovered the Universe By Corey S. Powell | January 2, 2017 11:09 am 145 What’s in a date? Strictly speaking, New Year’s Day is just an arbitrary flip of the calendar, but it can … Continue reading

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The Mesentery: The Human Body’s 79th Organ?

The Mesentery: The Human Body’s 79th Organ? By Nathaniel Scharping | January 3, 2017 2:23 pm 1.2K To the 78 organs that make up the human body, a group of scientists says we should add one more: the mesentery. Located … Continue reading

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There’s plenty of anxiety in the U.S. over getting into a top college. But a suggests that, later in life, it doesn’t matter nearly as much as we think

There’s plenty of anxiety in the U.S. over getting into a top college. But a suggests that, later in life, it doesn’t matter nearly as much as we think. In fact, when you ask college graduates whether they’re “engaged” with … Continue reading

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THE HUMBLE ELEVATOR AND THE RISE OF MODERN CIVILIZATION

Posted but not written by Louis Sheehan   CULTURE DESK THE HUMBLE ELEVATOR AND THE RISE OF MODERN CIVILIZATION By The New Yorker December 27, 2016 Elevators, though they might not seem like it at first, are one of those … Continue reading

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Questions for Dr. Rhiannon Evans

My questions revolve largely around Julius Caesar’s actual and planned reforms. My questions are primarily grounded in H. H. Scullard’s book From the Gracchi to Nero A history of Rome from 133 B.C. to A.D. 68, Fifth Edition, pages 144 … Continue reading

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