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Does access to justice enhance development?

Watch this short video by Open Society Foundations talking about the link between access to justice and economic development.

In September 2000, world leaders came together at the United Nations Headquarters in New York to adopt the… 110 more words

OSF Review: Pericles

Despite being the self-proclaimed Shakespeare Nerd, I must admit that I knew little to nothing about Pericles before deciding that I wanted to see it at OSF. 487 more words

OSF Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Where do I even begin with this review? Imagine the sound of a mind exploding, because that is exactly what happened to me after seeing this hysterically funny and slightly disturbing interpretation of my favorite Shakespeare play (and maybe my favorite play, period). 470 more words

Drama--then and now

It was December, 1987. Casting call had gone out to South Albany High School for The Sound of Music. I don’t know whether it was encouragement from my friend, Eric Wyatt, or just because I loved to sing and loved the story; whatever the reason, I went ahead and tried out. 1,239 more words

Uncle Josh goes to the theatre, and the theatre, and the theatre...

I am back from Ashland. Five plays in three days. Over the years I have tried to talk about each one individually, and some years I do a big lump summary. 553 more words

The Play's The Thing

3. Peer-to-Peer Learning: Using the OSF as a Program-Based Graduate Training Repository

I’m defending my dissertation in a few days, and as a result, I have found myself reflecting on my experiences in graduate school over the last few weeks. 833 more words

Dr. Lamont Tyler on OSF St. Joseph’s Medical Center and its History

OSF St. Joseph’s Medical Center, located in Bloomington, Illinois, is a fully accredited 149-bed nonprofit medical facility. In 2008, it became the area’s only Magnet hospital, a credential earned for quality care and excellence in nursing. 148 more words

Dr. Lamont Tyler