Apologies for the lack of articles, there’s a lot going on behind the scenes that you can’t see from our social media. For example, I’ve started my comps year for my PhD; for those not familiar, I’m spending the next semester studying full time for huge exams in May. 335 more words
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From residents left with empty oil tanks in the middle of winter to an elderly Polish man who says a doctor made fun of him for being an immigrant, here are the biggest stories Global News covered in Montreal this week: 276 more words
For the past 24 hours, the Nitor family has been calling a hotel room “home.”
“It’s gotten to a point where we’re here now, we’re spending over 100-and-something dollars a night to stay in a hotel,” said Sebastian Nitor. 390 more words
Returning to the Norfolk village of Saxlingham, Nethergate and Thorpe, we’ve arrived at the High Middle Ages: post-Hastings, post Norman Conquest and all that.
While William and his mail-clad henchmen hadn’t treated kindly with the English lords of this land, neither had they eradicated the defeated with their commended free men. 10,225 more words