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Raw Story
Slavery on campus — recovering the history of Washington College’s discarded slavesstories of those individuals who built some of America’s oldest institutions.
Slavery on campus — recovering the history of Washington College’s discarded slaves
Raw Story / Posted yesterday
stories of those individuals who built some of America’s oldest institutions. Building schools with slavery Donors made rich by the products of slave labor endowed schools in the North and South. Sometimes those donors left enslaved humans to... Read more
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The Forward
Brandeis Study Shows Camps Want More Hebrewwith extensive research of 36 camps over a 3-year period. The book and survey a
Brandeis Study Shows Camps Want More Hebrew
The Forward / Posted 4 days ago
with extensive research of 36 camps over a 3-year period. The book and survey are both projects by the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education at Brandeis University. Three key findings in the report show that... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Emmys: 'Veep' Showrunner Explains Why the Show's "Sophisticated" Cursing Stands OutEmmys that ever ended an hour early because it went so fast. Executive produce
Emmys: 'Veep' Showrunner Explains Why the Show's "Sophisticated" Cursing Stands Out
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 5 days ago
Emmys that ever ended an hour early because it went so fast. Executive producers: David Mandel, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lew Morton, Christopher Godsick, Frank Rich Emmy history: 42 nominations, 9 wins 2016 Awards: WGA Award for comedy... Read more
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Orange County Register
Pat O'Brien on KLAC role: 'I'm lovin' this'sure, but right now, I'm lovin' this. I love it a lot more than I thought I wou
Pat O'Brien on KLAC role: 'I'm lovin' this'
Orange County Register / Posted 8 days ago
sure, but right now, I'm lovin' this. I love it a lot more than I thought I would." O'Brien is working with writer Andrew Morton on a book offering his "heritage perspective of 40 years in the business." More info on "Loose Cannons":... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Girl golfers to tee it up TuesdayMendoza is joined by classmates Stephanie Boehm, Courtney Cook and Nikki Dodda,
Girl golfers to tee it up Tuesday
Bureau County Republican / Posted 8 days ago
Mendoza is joined by classmates Stephanie Boehm, Courtney Cook and Nikki Dodda, as well as sophomore Gianna Elias. Coach Rich Cummings said he has a promising mix of sophomores and freshmen including Camille Carlson, Antonia Cattani, Emily Fess,... Read more
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Newton Daily News
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthenspipeline — projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-millio
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthens
Newton Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
pipeline — projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-million barrels of crude daily from North Dakota’s rich Bakken oil fields more than 1,000 miles to Illinois — transformed this week from a quiet action to something more... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
People vs. Dakota Access pipeline protest strengthenspipeline - projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-millio
People vs. Dakota Access pipeline protest strengthens
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 10 days ago
pipeline - projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-million barrels of crude daily from North Dakota's rich Bakken oil fields more than 1,000 miles to Illinois - transformed this week from a quiet action to something more... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthenspipeline � projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-millio
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthens
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 10 days ago
pipeline � projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-million barrels of crude daily from North Dakota's rich Bakken oil fields more than 1,000 miles to Illinois � transformed this week from a quiet action to something more... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthenspipeline � projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-millio
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthens
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 10 days ago
pipeline � projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-million barrels of crude daily from North Dakota's rich Bakken oil fields more than 1,000 miles to Illinois � transformed this week from a quiet action to something more... Read more
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Salon.com
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthenspipeline — projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-millio
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthens
Salon.com / Posted 10 days ago
pipeline — projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-million barrels of crude daily from North Dakota’s rich Bakken oil fields more than 1,000 miles to Illinois — transformed this week from a quiet action to something more... Read more
43 related stories
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Island Packet
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthenspipeline — projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-millio
In North Dakota, people vs. oil pipeline protest strengthens
Island Packet / Posted 10 days ago
pipeline — projected by the end of the year to be carrying nearly a half-million barrels of crude daily from North Dakota's rich Bakken oil fields more than 1,000 miles to Illinois — transformed this week from a quiet action to something more... Read more
43 related stories
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Daily Telegraph
British steamship found beneath Russian Arctic after 139 yearsJoseph Wiggins, the captain of the ship, pioneered the idea of a sea trade with
British steamship found beneath Russian Arctic after 139 years
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Joseph Wiggins, the captain of the ship, pioneered the idea of a sea trade with Siberia, which was rich in timber, furs, coal and even mammoth bones. He was determined to prove that the sea trade was possible, despite the hostile conditions, and... Read more
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The Tyee
Meet the Crew Aboard the Fish-Farm Patrolling ‘Martin Sheen’the South Pacific after INTERPOL issued a wanted persons alert on behalf of Jap
Meet the Crew Aboard the Fish-Farm Patrolling ‘Martin Sheen’
The Tyee / Posted 16 days ago
the South Pacific after INTERPOL issued a wanted persons alert on behalf of Japan, is the kind of avid sailor who can read Richard Henry Dana’s Two Years Before the Mast and actually understand the 19th-century rigging lore. When not taking on... Read more
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Perth Now
Vast, eerie burial ground of a killersearchers didn’t know then was that the Bungonia forest and recreation area cov
Vast, eerie burial ground of a killer
Perth Now / Posted 20 days ago
searchers didn’t know then was that the Bungonia forest and recreation area covered almost 4000ha, and bordered the immense Morton National Park, which was 162,000ha. They would end up scouring vast tracts of bush, abseiling down ravines, and... Read more
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Deseret News
Lachlan Morton tames Mount Nebo for 2nd Payson stage winBy Rich Winter After leaving Richfield Wednesday morning on relatively flat te
Lachlan Morton tames Mount Nebo for 2nd Payson stage win
Deseret News / Posted 20 days ago
By Rich Winter After leaving Richfield Wednesday morning on relatively flat terms, every rider in the Tour of Utah field knew a monster was waiting for them in Mount Nebo. The 16.6-kilometer ascent featuring gradients up to 11 percent was only... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Voters head to polls Thursday for Congressional, state representative races43,000 people in Shelby County participated in early voting that ended Saturday
Voters head to polls Thursday for Congressional, state representative races
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 20 days ago
43,000 people in Shelby County participated in early voting that ended Saturday. Two key races are rooted in Republican-rich east Shelby County. Longtime state Rep. Curry Todd, R-Collierville, faces his toughest campaign in recent memory as a... Read more
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The Tyee
‘There Is a Dead One There’: Patrolling Fish Farms with Alexandra MortonIt is early morning and Alexandra Morton has parked a small outboard near the V
‘There Is a Dead One There’: Patrolling Fish Farms with Alexandra Morton
The Tyee / Posted 22 days ago
It is early morning and Alexandra Morton has parked a small outboard near the Venture Point fish farm in the deep waters of the Okisollo channel just off Vancouver Island. The private facility run by Cermaq, a fully owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Home schooling is the best solution for some familiesBe sure to check out our Extra edition "Make the Grade" in this Sunday's Journa
Home schooling is the best solution for some families
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 26 days ago
Be sure to check out our Extra edition "Make the Grade" in this Sunday's Journal Star and at www.pjstar.com/extra MORTON — During the school year, Andra Benson of Morton works two jobs a day. She works second shift as an addictions counselor at... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Munro Rateau and Heath Miller Chosen for Virginia HS Hall of FameMunro Rateau – Fluvanna County HS) and one contributor (B.J. Carroll – Galax HS
Munro Rateau and Heath Miller Chosen for Virginia HS Hall of Fame
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 28 days ago
Munro Rateau – Fluvanna County HS) and one contributor (B.J. Carroll – Galax HS). The Hall is dedicated to preserving the rich heritage of outstanding achievements by students and adults in sports and activities within Virginia’s public high... Read more
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Crosscut
With Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Battle of Seattle goes mainstreamthe millennial generation by bashing Wall Street, the Trans-Pacific Partnership
With Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Battle of Seattle goes mainstream
Crosscut / Posted 28 days ago
the millennial generation by bashing Wall Street, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and a “rigged” system that is making the rich richer at the expense of ordinary Americans. Even Hillary Clinton has now pivoted to adopting free-trade skepticism to... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Donnington Doorstep rallies in face of "big hole" in fundingmove. She said: "It doesn't sound huge but it's hard to replace. It's not like
Donnington Doorstep rallies in face of "big hole" in funding
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 29 days ago
move. She said: "It doesn't sound huge but it's hard to replace. It's not like we have ever been rolling in money and rich, but this is a big hole." The centre in Townsend Square is still hosting drop-in play sessions from 10am on Mondays,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Donnington Doorstep rallies in face of "big hole" in fundingmove. She said: "It doesn't sound huge but it's hard to replace. It's not like
Donnington Doorstep rallies in face of "big hole" in funding
Oxford Mail / Posted 29 days ago
move. She said: "It doesn't sound huge but it's hard to replace. It's not like we have ever been rolling in money and rich, but this is a big hole." The centre in Townsend Square is still hosting drop-in play sessions from 10am on Mondays,... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Morton Memorial Library in Rhinecliff will screen film on Civilian Conservation Corps on Aug. 12WHAT: Screening of “The Civilian Conservation Corps” WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday, Aug.
Morton Memorial Library in Rhinecliff will screen film on Civilian Conservation Corps on Aug. 12
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 1 months ago
WHAT: Screening of “The Civilian Conservation Corps” WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 WHERE: Morton Memorial Library, 82 Kelly St., Rhinecliff DETAILS: In March 1933, within weeks of his inauguration, President Franklin D. Roosevelt sent legislation... Read more
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Fort Worth Weekly
Film ShortsMaria Bello, Alexander DiPersia, and Emily Alyn Lind. (Opens Friday) Men Go to
Film Shorts
Fort Worth Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
Maria Bello, Alexander DiPersia, and Emily Alyn Lind. (Opens Friday) Men Go to Battle (NR) David Maloney and Timothy Morton star in this drama as two brothers trying to keep their crumbling family farm together in Kentucky in 1861. Also with... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Local Sports CalendarSaugerties $1 Million Grand Prix-FEI CSI-5: 2 p.m. Sept. 11. Watch Olympic-leve
Local Sports Calendar
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 1 months ago
Saugerties $1 Million Grand Prix-FEI CSI-5: 2 p.m. Sept. 11. Watch Olympic-level athletes compete for the richest prize in horse show competition, presented by Wells Fargo. A day of family fun and meet-and-greet Olympic athlet5es.... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Do the suburbs need another theater company?and garnered respectful reviews from local critics. Supported by Malone's gene
Do the suburbs need another theater company?
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 1 months ago
and garnered respectful reviews from local critics. Supported by Malone's generous financial endowment, the show was rich in detail, with a cast of two dozen wearing expensive period costumes opposite a live orchestra of 15 players. Everybody... Read more

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