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Inside Gaza with Photographer Peter van Agtmael

Peter van Agtmael spent the last Gaza war taking pictures on the Israeli side. But when the fighting ended he made the surreal journey across the Erez Crossing from Israel into the Strip, home to some 1.8 million Palestinians. 402 more words

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Art Discovery: Paul Sika From Côte d'Ivoire

This art discovery hails from Abidjian, Côte d’Ivoire. Paul Sika is a photographer , creative director, and artist that’s been taking the visual art world by storm. 117 more words

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Dream forward: A law student's musings on post-grad life

I was originally asked by these lovely postgraduate ladies to offer up advice for undergraduates considering law school. As I am still suffering the fate of lowly 1L status, I feel a bit unqualified to offer advice when I’ve yet to figure law school out on my own. 971 more words

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Yummy: Dog Meat!

End Barbaric Dog Meat Trade

The dog meat industry in Southeast Asia is still operating despite efforts to shut it down. Help put an end to this cruel industry and to the consumption of dog by signing the petition. 1,453 more words

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Link Party: 11/17-11/21

A little later than usual today, but here’s what I read this week:

1. The history of the Styles section of the New York Times… 90 more words

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