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References [10 April 2016]

Today’s meeting covered/referenced the following:

  • Reading book: Sublime Object of Ideology, Slavoj Zizek
  • Read pages 193 – 203
  • Read sections “Coincidentia oppositorum” (read some of this last time), “Another Hegelian Joke”, “Subject as an ‘answer of the Real’” (did not finish this section)
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References

Though Wonderlawn’s lost us for ever. Alis, alas, she broke the glass! Liddell lokker through the leafery, ours is mistery of pain.

– James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, 270.20-22

Alice

Carroll Co. teen airlifted after crashing car into ravine

CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — A Carroll County teen has been airlifted to a hospital after crashing his car into a ravine.

According to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, the teen was headed east on County Road 300 North over a one-lane bridge. 56 more words

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Couple rescued after boat capsizes in Wabash River

PITTSBURG, Ind. (WLFI) — Two people were rescued from the Wabash River after their boat capsized Sunday afternoon.

It happened just before 4 p.m. in the Wabash River, upstream from the Pittsburg boat ramp. 138 more words

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Possible connection found in multiple bank robberies

CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — A connection may have been made in the Kokomo and Flora bank robberies from earlier this year.

The Salin Bank in Flora was robbed twice during the month of February. 174 more words

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High School Mascots and Their Impact on Students' Perceptions of Race and Social Status

High school mascots can have a profound impact on students’ views of themselves, both positive and negative – for JOUR 4250

By Laura Muensterer

When we talked about high school mascots in class, I couldn’t help but think about my high school experience and how although our mascot did not resemble a Native American, the animal itself caused people to think they were better than everyone else. 344 more words

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Victims speak out about vicious pit bull attack

CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — The victims of a vicious attack by four dogs in Carroll County last October are speaking out about their encounter. WLFI-TV sat down with the two women who said while their wounds may have healed, the emotional scars still linger. 338 more words

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