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Student Insights: How to Get the Most Out of Your Time at Touro

We asked recent MPH alum Mey Saephan some questions about her time here at Touro — What did you find helpful? What did you find not helpful? 378 more words

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Taking Something Unconventional and Making It Beautiful: An Interview with Elisabeth Jaquette

“How can one compare a biography from the 1700s written in Ge’ez, to a French play from the 1960s, to a contemporary Korean novel? How can one assess the quality of a translation without access to the source text? 55 more words


Comic Review - MPH

Imagining what it would be like if regular people got their hands on superspeed, Millar’s latest is a difficult read. 663 more words


Book Haul - May 2016

A few weeks ago I was looking through my books on my bookshelf and realized that most of them are stand-alone books (other than my precious Harry Potter collection of course!). 356 more words

Jojo Moyes


I should really put more trust in my intuition.

When you turn 16 in Nebraska, there’s a law that says it’s illegal to drive with more than one person that’s not a family member. 1,603 more words

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs | Book Review

Hey, guys! I’m back with another book review!

This time, I’m reviewing the #1 New York Best Time Seller, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children  1,170 more words


Working Together to Create Sustainable Change

This morning, 8:00 a.m. @ 5.24.16 Geneva, Switzerland, time, a call for youth empowerment and activism was declared by several impressive speakers at the NCD Alliance’s event. 1,045 more words

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