the STEM vs humanities divide

Through Sarah dalton, SciTech Sub-Editor English student Sarah Dalton explores how students of the humanities can and should engage in science. Become the only humanities student to edit EpigramThe SciTech team was always going to be a little intimidating. Other than involvement in the Youth Strike for Climate movement, I …

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Bob Tamasy: Do bad things happen so that we can do good for others?

One of the most common, yet confusing, questions asked whenever discussions about religion or spirituality arise is, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” Countless articles and books have been written on the subject, with varying degrees of success in providing a reasonable answer. It is undeniable that many …

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Arizona right to work law threatened by federal PRO law

Legislation passed by the United States House of Representatives would overturn Arizona’s 75-year right to work law, raising alarm bells among business groups here and in other states. similar laws. READ ALSO: Could Congress overturn Arizona’s right to work laws? Advocacy groups like the US Chamber of Commerce are calling …

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Murphy receives the 2021 Daniel Patrick Moynihan Junior Faculty Award

Tessa murphy Tessa Murphy, Assistant Professor of History, is this year’s recipient of the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Award for Teaching and Research. The award will be presented at the Maxwell School Virtual Graduation Ceremony on Saturday May 22. As this year’s Moynihan Award winner, Murphy will be the guest speaker …

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Appeal to ancient Mayan wisdom to heal Guatemalan widows

Our stories are meant to be heard. Click the play button above to listen if you can. The Central American country of Guatemala promotes its indigenous heritage to tourists. At the same time, his government has historically marginalized and discriminated against the Mayans, many of whom endured terrible violence during …

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N.Philly monument pays tribute to women serving long prison sentences

Located at the Village of the Arts and Humanities, the installation is part of an effort by women who have served long sentences and family members of those serving life sentences to push Pennsylvania to release all women and transgender people in perpetuity. The new installation adds public art to …

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Death in Paradise casting: When did Sian Gibson play in Death in Paradise? | Television and radio | Showbiz and TV

All 10 seasons of Death in Paradise are now streaming on BBC iPlayer, Series 11 is slated to arrive in January 2022. Fans reviewed the series during the lockdown and want to know more about the guest cast of Death in Paradise. When did Sian Gibson play in Death in …

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Biden and Trump’s approval scores mirror picture amongst non secular teams

Donald Trump and Joe Biden throughout their first presidential debate in September 2020 (Jim Watson and Saul Loeb / AFP) American church teams are deeply divided over President Joe Biden’s efficiency up to now, simply as they’ve been over President Donald Trump all through his tenure. In truth, Biden’s approval …

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Extraordinarily brave younger individuals get up for us as a society

Reverend Rhetta Morgan | Corresponding Over the previous 10 years, I’ve had the privilege of working with and listening to younger adults, ages 20-30, in quite a lot of activist contexts. I acquired to know a various group from throughout the nation. Many got here to the Philadelphia space for …

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Death in Paradise: the exit of DI Humphrey Goodman announced by a key clue from Florence? | Television and radio | Showbiz and TV

With Death in Paradise Season 10 ending on a cliffhanger and Season 11 set to begin production within the next couple of months, fans remembered old episodes of the show. Watching season five, some fans spotted a subtle clue they missed on their first viewing that involved Humphrey. Knowing that …

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