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Skeletons found under Afghan Presidential Palace. What Happens Next?

Imagine you are renovating your home, and as you break ground towards your new dream kitchen, you also break into a tomb or two.

This happens more often than you might think! 464 more words


Rosaries and Ovaries: Standing for Planned Parenthood in Philadelphia

Well that did not go according plan. I was sitting in Planned Parenthood, waiting for my annual exam and even though I had a great new novel in my purse, I couldn’t focus. 1,642 more words


George Mason University Job Announcement

George Mason University
Department of Nutrition and Food Studies – Term Assistant Professor

The George Mason University, College of Health and Human Services, Department of Nutrition and Food Studies in Fairfax, Va., invites applications for a Term (Nontenure-Track) Assistant Professor position in Nutrition to begin Spring 2016. 220 more words


Street, Neighborhood, City in the New New Orleans

David Beriss
University of New Orleans

When Angelo Brocato’s gelato and pastry shop reopened in September, 2006, it seemed like a beacon of hope in a neighborhood that was still very much on the mend. 1,226 more words


So You’re A Graduate Student and You Want to Get Published: Takeaways from the Anthropod Publishing Series

By Emma Louise Backe

Anthropod, the anthropology podcast run out of Cultural Anthropology, is an excellent resource for individuals both within and without the discipline (see what I did there?). 1,201 more words


What social media can be

Your voice is your power
Whether audible, written or through action
Your thoughts drive away the colonists and call together tribes
To fight, to defend you. 65 more words


September 19th: International "Talk like a Pirate Day" - Who Knew?

Our calendars are full of special weeks and days to memorialise, commemorate and bring attention to the plight of people with special needs, those underserved, forgotten, marginalised and needy. 963 more words

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