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Top of Utah Voices: Looking back on Common Core
The Common Core curriculum is being discussed in editorial columns, debated on talk radio and lampooned by late-night talk show hosts. The harshest critics of the Common Core feel that it is a...
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How the internet is making it harder to read books
Spritz is a new app that makes reading even faster, by encouraging extreme scanning. Claire Handscombe has a commitment problem online. Like a lot of internet surfers, she clicks on links posted on...
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Alamedinne wrings a triumphant allegory from one ...
Rabih Alameddine's beautiful new novel is ostensibly about an elderly woman living alone in her Beirut apartment. Once married but quickly divorced, Aaliya appears to be "An Unnecessary Woman." But...
Read more at The Fremont Argus
Research sheds light on links between memory and ...
Scents and smells can form the basis of some of the most significant memories that humans form in their lives. A University of Queensland-led international team has boosted understanding of the...
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Oh to be in bed with Archie
Florence was lucky enough to be born in Florence; her sister was born in Naples. Does "Naples Nightingale" have a snappy ring to it? It didn't to her parents, so they gave her the Greek name for...
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Boyhood Island: My Struggle 3 by Karl Ove Knausga...
Reading Knausgaard in English means that we get to approach his work – or at least, the three volumes so far translated by the indefatigable Don Bartlett – without the smokescreen of outrage it has...
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THE INTERNET OF SMELLS: Startups Race To Cash In ...
... we're going to show you the world's first olfactive message." Harvard professor David Edwards is sitting on the back of a couch at Le Laboratoire, the art and design studio he opened in Paris...
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