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The Tao of Dau-Schmidt

Labor Law II, Spring 1988

Professor Dau-Schmidt was easygoing, laid back, an entertaining lecturer with an air of John-Boy Walton about him–which meant that nobody was prepared for the soul-crushing brutality of his three-hour essay exam.  35 more words

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Ruby Lin's Drama The Way We Were (16個夏天) Held Its Press Conference

Ruby Lin’s freshly produced drama in collaboration with TVBS, The Way We Were (16個夏天) held its press conference yesterday, they revealed a lot of details on the characters and the plots. 539 more words


She Aced Her "Labor" Exam

December 1988: Kathy Boller-Koch takes her last exam in the morning, and gives birth to her daughter Kathryn Ann that afternoon.  Mother and baby still doing fine 25 years later.

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In the Hebrew alphabet, each letter is assigned a numeric value. Aleph is one, bet is two, and so on. All words have values too, based on the sum of their letters. 765 more words


BBC Art Screen: From Glasgow to Broadway

By Gillian Furmage

Last weekend, I went along to the Glasgow Film Theatre to take in two documentaries that were being shown as part of the BBC’s brand new arts documentary festival, Art Screen. 475 more words


The Cape Times Reviews The Way We Were

Another fantastic review for THE WAY WE WERE! This time it is from Tracey Saunders for The Cape Times. Click and read it all below:

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The Cape Argus Reviews The Way We Were

You can read an excerpt below,  and the full review here.

” **** “

“Whether or not you are a Streisand fan, this show is greatly entertaining as it offers dry, earthy humour and ear-pleasing songs delivered with polish.”

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