It depends on your definition of “crisis,” but neither the numbers nor the people who they represent turn what is now happening on our southern border into a “crisis.” Most of those who are coming are teenagers, and most of those who aren’t are women. 696 more words
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Leslie Berlin, project historian at Stanford’s Silicon Valley Archives, speaks during the morning lecture in the Amphitheater Friday.
In 1959, a 22-year-old woman, who Silicon Valley Archives project historian Leslie Berlin called “V,” moved with her four daughters from Los Angeles to Santa Clara County. 2,790 more words
It’s like something out of It’s a Wonderful Life. A small bank provides a place for small depositors and borrowers to do business in a city dominated by big banks that serve only the wealthy. 482 more words