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"The Wolf's Hour" by Robert R McCammon - well written World War Two werewolf novel

“The Wolf’s Hour” was a surprising and memorable read.

This is not modern urban fantasy, with hip, kick-ass characters, struggling against their wolf nature while trying to save the world from demons in just three days. 477 more words

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SITUATIONAL APPROACHES TO CRIME AND VIOLENCE: A CASE STUDY OF LATIN AMERICA

While support for democracy as a governing system remains high in the Americas, heightened insecurity from crime and violence has led to declines in democratic legitimacy, the suspension of democratic rights and freedoms, and the undermining of democratic ideals (Casas-Zamora, 2010) (LAPOP, 2014, p. 2,178 more words

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Monday, May 4th Workout!

“TABATA SMASH!”

4 min of push ups and squats

4 min rest

4 min lunges and flutter kicks

Strength and Challenge

We will be focusing on dead lifts tonight for “DEAD LIFT MAY!” and letting anyone who has not yet completed the 2 min max burpee challenge get their reps in!

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GOOD SUN SENSE

GOOD SUN SENSE

This summer go out, have fun, be active, but follow the following rules.

GOOD SUN SENSE

1. Avoid sun between 9 am and 3 pm if possible. 349 more words

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FANON CTRG this Friday May 8th

The Critical Theory Reading Group will be hosting a talk by Professor Chris Chen of the University of California Santa Cruz entitled, "Fanon, Sartre and the Seriality of Racism." Friday, May 8th, Voorhies 126, 4-6:00.

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Erika brought home a gentleman caller

Today with erika I think she had her first date… a preview of things to come… I’m not in favour!!

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Alicia Cox talk (5/15)

The English Department Speakers and Events Committee invites you to a talk by Alicia Cox, UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellow in the UCD English Department, on…

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