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Empathy as Language

10/27/92          9:10 p.m.   Today, the group broke into two subgroups: One, with John, Beth, Gary, and Mev, is leaving for Cap Haitien, today; the other, with Gail and me, will be traveling to Verrettes (in the Artibonite Valley), tomorrow. 814 more words

An evening in the minor with Bernard Labadie

Cleveland Orchestra
Bernard Labadie, conductor
Isabelle Faust, violin
Severance Hall
Cleveland, OH
February 15, 2018

Rigel: Symphony No. 4 in C minor, Op. 12 No. 4… 565 more words


Susan Minichiello finds community, passion at Lincoln Journal Star

Jensyn Labadie
University of Nebraska-Lincoln 

Susan Minichiello works typical business hours with one catch: Her week starts on Wednesday and ends on Sunday.

As the weekend editor of the… 651 more words

Editor Profiles

Immigrants and the Industrial Workers of the World

The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) played a major role in empowering immigrants in the United States. Not only did the IWW admit all kind of members, regardless of their sex, ethnicity, color, or religion, but also offered a platform to voice their opinions and present their culture. 56 more words


Human Remains Found in Kingsway East Neighborhood

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — St. Louis police are investigating after human remains were found in the backyard of a vacant building.

Officers were called to the 4800 block of Labadie in the Kingsway East neighborhood around 11:00 Tuesday morning. 26 more words


The Two Contradictory Worlds of Labadie and "Labadee" Haiti

“Sonje lapli ki leve mayo ou”. – Remember the rain that made your corn grow. (Haitian proverb)

After all the stark contradictions I’d witnessed in Haiti, the sharpest contrast of it all was seen during an afternoon spent at the beach in Labadie. 1,687 more words