Tim GeddesIt’s time to house those without shelterI want to thank Galen Pickett for his heartfelt and important contribution about our homeless (“Mailbag: Though I live in a well to do neighborhood, I have gotten to known those without shelter,” Nov. 25). My hope is that thousands of people read his letter.. The state and […]

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The cyclical repetition of narrative and the stable family construct at its center place the sitcom at odds with the musical. While the musical often represents equally conservative social and political values, it is narratively progressive in that it proceeds toward a goal in most cases, two goals, pursued by two parallel narrative drives: the […]

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One thing, all Emeritus courses are run in collaboration with universities, they tend to attract older students because they are master degree level and their completion rates are around 90 percent, according to Damera. Students on a course, he said, are broken down into sections of around 100, and then smaller working groups of around […]

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Frida Kahlo identified particularly with the culture and clothing of the women of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in Oaxaca, Mexico. This video, made by the Mexican government to promote its culture and customs abroad, features the vibrant dress that Tehuana women are known for including the richly embroidered huipiles (tunics), floor length enaguas (skirts), and […]

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We also don’t have many of the traditional recruiting levers at our disposal. With all salaries banded and transparent to the rest of the organization, it isn’t possible just to get a potential employee to sign up by slipping a few extra thousand dollars. Negotiation really doesn’t exist in the salary component, which changes a […]

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