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Jazz fest concert review: Vijay Iyer trio at Monument National

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by Vijay Iyer. After all, the pianist whose trio performed last night at the Monument National is scary smart.

What else can you say about the Franklin D. 411 more words


Richmond trio: From backyard games to college sports

On any given day in the last 15 years, a wealth of athletic talent could’ve been found in Jake Schmidt’s backyard in Richmond.

Just a few houses down is where Evan Kratt lives. 855 more words


Yale Attempts to Produce Environmentally Conscience Graduates

by Margaret Loncki

Administrators at Yale University strongly believe that something needs to be done about imminent threats it faces as a result of climate change. 291 more words

Climate Change

Are you the 65%?

Human behaviour is very complex and hard to understand. Did you ever wonder why some actions go way too far? Why people act brutally against each other? 545 more words

Group Pressure And Conformity

Review: Thomas More's Prayer Book

Today, June 22, is the feast day for St. Thomas More, “the King’s good servant, but God’s first,” who is my patron saint in confirmation, the patron saint of lawyers and statesmen, and the patron in baptism for our first son. 1,125 more words

Catholic Joy

Lowering urban speed limits an exercise in futility

Across Canada, the default urban speed limit is 50 km/h. It drops in school zones and construction zones, but by and large 50 it is. 894 more words