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Thermidor Fun Fact Day Forty-Three: The Newspaper announces Robespierre's Death

The announcement of Robespierre’s execution in the Journal de Paris national on Tuesday, 11 Thermidor, listed the once-powerful man as “Maximilien Robespierre, 35 years old, born at Arras, deputy of the National Convention.” This listing is incorrect because: … 31 more words

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NAACP To Hold National Convention In Baltimore

BALTIMORE (AP) — The NAACP says it will hold its 2016 national convention in Baltimore.

Tessa Hill-Aston, president of the Baltimore branch of the civil rights organization, said in an email on Wednesday that the national board, meeting this week in Las Vegas, selected Baltimore as the site. 16 more words


It's Time to Pack

The countdown is on! This time next week many of us will be in Atlanta, Georgia sitting together in one room discussing the future of Phi Sigma Pi. 296 more words

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O2 2014 National Convention

Tomorrow I’m leaving for the Origami Owl 2014 National Convention in Phoenix, Arizona and I’m super excited! It’s supposed to be 115º. Yikes! I had so much fun last year, learning how to grow my business, making lots of new friends, seeing the new Fall products and dancing the night away! 143 more words

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Robert Who? Parliamentary Procedure Review

You’re Invited!

The National Council invites you to join us for:

Grand Chapter Parliamentary Procedure Review
(Robert’s Rules of Order)

Thursday, July 24, 2014… 101 more words

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#psptbt: "The Torchia"

131 Joseph Torchia Outstanding Chapter Awards have been awarded to our Chapters. Who will join this prestigious group at National Convention? You’ll have to wait and see! 34 more words

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Thermidor Fun Fact Day Thirty-One: The Spirit of the Convention and the 19th-century novel

What nineteenth-century French novelist appears to have drawn inspiration directly from the quote below in his masterwork? It was spoken by a leader of the Convention in July 1794. 87 more words

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