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What We're Reading: Week of March 23

Please add any articles or websites of interest to intellectual historians in the comments section! Here’s what caught our interest this week.


Shirley May Banks, … 247 more words

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Coven Reads Discussion: White is for Witching

White is for Witching, by Helen Oyeyemi  is CBC’s first book in our “Coven Reads” series. The book was a 2009 Shirley Jackson Award finalist and in 2010 won the… 3,212 more words

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What We're Reading - March 2015

Gateway to College National Network staff keeps a close eye on education policy, research, practice, and trends that might impact any of our 42 programs and our work to ensure that a greater number of students graduate from high school and have access to college. 354 more words

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Cheese Microbes & Pizza Math

Researchers at the American Academy of Microbiology answer the FAQs of cheese-making and Carl Friedrich Gauss, a famous 19th century mathematician, explains the best way to hold a pizza slice–using math, of course. 25 more words

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Reasons to Stay Alive

At least one of each has been picked, so we’ll have plenty to discuss at the next meeting. We’ve mostly selected Sunday Times non-fiction best-seller… 442 more words

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The underlying premise is simple: water is life. It is a necessity that flows through every part of our day, every day of our life. We depend on water for everything from basic survival to generating the energy that lights our homes and fuels our businesses. 304 more words