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Was Robert E. Lee a Woman Whipper?

This article is based on the testimony of Wesley Norris, a formerly enslaved person at Arlington who was under Robert E. Lee’s management after George Washington Parke Custis died. 1,270 more words

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Private security offers temporary solution to Noswal Hall’s woes

WITS UNIVERSITY deployed private security outside Noswal Hall residence on September 27 in response to safety complaints raised by students in April. 372 more words

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Shared Lives scheme rated Good by Care Quality Commission

Merton Shared Lives Scheme, which supports vulnerable adults to live independently, has been rated Good by the Care Quality Commission, following a recent inspection. 226 more words

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Historic Preservation Commission Votes Against Cottage Renovations

OXFORD, Miss.- A small 1920s cottage in Oxford’s Historic North Lamar District will remain the smallest in the area after the Historic Preservation Commission rejected a proposal that would have almost quadrupled its size. 475 more words

Good Question with ‘Hall of Fame’ – Q&A with Felix Rosenqvist on Formula E

Interview with Felix Rosenqvist

FIA Formula E Team Mahindra Racing

Tony managed to catch up with Felix in his Mahindra garage during Formula E testing at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia. 504 more words

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Billups Breakfast Poses as Game Changer for Late Night Food in Oxford

By: Haley Renschler & Baylee Mozjesik

OXFORD, Miss- Although Oxford is a city known for its food, choices in the main, downtown area are slim late at night. 575 more words

Fluoroquinolone Toxicity Stories in the Media

It takes a tremendous amount of strength and bravery to publicly tell one’s personal story of chronic illness and iatrogenic injury, and I am so grateful to those who have told their stories of fluoroquinolone toxicity to the media. 1,295 more words