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Patrique Bartlett - The Benefits of Running

When she is away from the work and school, Patrique Bartlett likes to maintain her health and fitness by heading out for runs. She is currently training to complete a marathon and she has experienced first-hand the many physical and social benefits that running can offer to people. 225 more words


Patrique Bartlett - The Benefits of Being A Business Student

Patrique Bartlett is seeking a Business Degree. She now works for a company that will give her the experience to pursue her dream of owning her own business in the years to come. 227 more words


August 4, 1855: Familiarity Breeds Contempt (Page 76a)

People in Cambridge, Massachusetts, used to pester John Bartlett, who ran the University Book Store, asking for quotations on various subjects. Finally, to make his life easier, he assembled a collection of the more popular quotations. 274 more words

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Community, Mass Incarceration, Gentrification and Other Issues…

August 3, 2016 (San Diego) Reporting San Diego sat down with Mark Bartlett and Nadia Susana Contreras to speak of issues close to their hearts. To be frank, issues that affect their community in deep ways. 198 more words

PhD Studentship: Printing the Past: Architecture, Print Culture, and Uses of the Past in Modern Europe

A PhD studentship on the theme of “Projecting the Past” is available at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, as part of Printing the Past: Architecture, Print Culture, and Uses of the Past in Modern Europe (PriArc) project, funded by the Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) Joint Research Programme. 167 more words


Grotesquely, Capriciously Depraved

Matthew Bartlett has gotten heavy praise from many corners of the horror and weird fiction worlds. This is primarily associated with Gateways to Abomination, his self-published 2014 short fiction collection [ 358 more words