This week, in North Philly Notes, a Q&A with Dan Rottenberg, author of The Outsider: Albert M. Greenfield and the Fall of the Protestant Establishment. 784 more words
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By Dr Jon Minton, University of Glasgow
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…The Great War tended to be much more deadly than World War Two, killing a greater proportion of those who fought; and secondly, and most tragically, that the Great War, in combination with the influenza pandemic that swept through Europe in 1918, appears to have killed and weakened many people who were not even born at the time, but instead in its wake.
>>GIS Data Mapping
GIS Data can be a powerful tool when analyses are formed from series of maps. For instance, studying rental vs ownership status against the density of the city and different racial groups, it is clear that there are less open spaces in the most heavily renter occupied parts of the city and these areas are have more variety of ethnicities than anywhere else in the city. 599 more words
Class is starting again in September, and I am so looking forward to getting back into the student grind. I love my summer Intern experiences so much, because I feel like they have given me a new perspective on where I want my life to lead, but I also feel like I need more knowledge if my goals are eventually to be reached. 409 more words