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Crocheting for Charity, Part 2

Charitable Crochet, Keep it Local

Crocheting for charity can be extremely rewarding.  We all want to do good and it is rewarding to know you can make something that can make another person happy.   961 more words

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"My Friend, the Algorithm" -- A summer research project by Jessica Chan Ugalde '18

Jessica Chan Ugalde ’18, majoring in both Philosophy and Computer Science, spent the summer researching the importance of ethics and philosophy in the world of technology – namely intelligent agents. 236 more words

ALEPH Ordination Program Ordains Eight Rabbis, Three Hazzanim and a Rabbinic Pastor

On Sunday, January 7, 2018, at the OMNI Interlocken Resort in Broomfield, Colorado, opening the 20th annual conference of OHALAH: The Association of Rabbis, Cantors and Rabbinic Pastors for Jewish Renewal, the ALEPH Ordination Program (AOP) welcomed eight new rabbis, three hazzanim and a rabbinic pastor into the lineage of ordained Jewish Renewal leaders. 404 more words

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HHS Proposal May Limit Birth Control Access

Alicia Gallegos writes an article in Ob.Gyn.News about the proposal to limit birth control access.

You can access the article by clicking HERE.

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Finding a career direction via juggling multiple jobs....

Recent PPLS alumnus Debbie took an interesting approach to finding a career-direction that worked for her – she tried out 5 jobs at once! And she’s found it a great way to work out what she was really interested in and enjoyed (having started, then resigned from, a grad scheme which didn’t deliver for her what she’d hoped). 749 more words

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A career in medical writing: An alternative way to use your life sciences degree

Delighted to include a guest blog post from one of our alumni Gillian Hancey, Senior Medical Writer at Porterhouse Medical. To hear more stories like Gillian’s book your place at “Careers in Life Sciences” on 1st February. 906 more words

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