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Who Will Judge the Judges?

The judicial systems of all countries are based on the principle that human beings are legally responsible for the foreseeable consequences of their actions. In other words, we are responsible for the harm that we cause other people, either by our actions or, in some cases, by our failures to act, regardless of whether the harm was intentioned or not. 3,948 more words

Act II: Free-Market Folly: Why Economics Is Not A Science

Lawrence Ferlinghetti at Dartmouth

I was shocked to find that Lawrence Ferlinghetti (born in March 1919) was still alive. Today, I borrowed one of his poetry collections from the L.A. 165 more words

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Education March 29, 2018: Dartmouth has a record year, admits the lowest number to Class of 2022 with 8.7 percent acceptance rate

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Dartmouth has a record year, admits the lowest number to Class of 2022 with 8.7 percent acceptance rate

By Bonnie K. Goodman, BA, MLIS… 572 more words

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Five Epiphanies

It was James Joyce who, in Stephen Hero and The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, coined the term epiphanies to refer to moments of clarity and sudden recognition of another perspective. 376 more words

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AAPB Announces Collaboration with Dartmouth College Media Ecology Project

The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) and Dartmouth College are pleased to announce a new collaboration in which AAPB’s Online Reading Room of public television and radio programming will now be accessible through the… 530 more words

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Brain scans reveal that friends really are on the same wavelength

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF THE LOS ANGLES TIMES)

Brain scans reveal that friends really are on the same wavelength

By KAREN KAPLAN

JAN 30, 2018 | 3:40 PM… 884 more words

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Philippines President Duterte Says The U.N. 'has no purpose for mankind' -- But many disagree

By Audrey Morallo (philstar.com) | Updated January 26, 2018 – 7:45pm

President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday claimed that the United Nations had been useless in preventing wars and genocide.  1,122 more words