Foundations for Living – Waupaca County Post Office

Need for volunteers to house the homeless in Waupaca By Robert Cloud The pandemic continues to hamper local efforts to provide shelter to the homeless. Executive Director Wilma Akright said Foundations for Living has seen its volunteers drop from nearly 50 to nine due to health issues associated with covid. …

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University consortium receives $ 5 million to expand Latin American humanities studies and scholarship

A consortium of colleges including the University of Houston received $ 5 million from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to expand Latin American humanities studies and prepare researchers and academics for faculty positions. UH President Renu Khator said the donation would play a key role in creating pathways for UH …

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Sadag welcomes new mental health support group

The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) was delighted to just recently launch a new mental health support group for depression and anxiety related to brain damage. The free mental health support group will meet on the second Thursday of each month from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. via …

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Fresno Pacific University receives grant in humanities

An event that Fresno Pacific University plans to promote understanding in today’s often fractured society will receive a grant from state and federal humanities agencies. Funding was provided by California Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 for a planning …

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AHA News: Another Barrier for Blacks and Hispanics: Good Mental Health Care | Health Info

By American Heart Association News, Health Day reporter (Health day) WEDNESDAY October 6, 2021 (American Heart Association News) – Living with a mental health disorder is not easy. It can carry the weight of the stigma, making you feel different. For people facing racial and ethnic discrimination, experts say the …

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Hastings College Receives NEH Grant to Support Humanities Faculty and Curriculum Development | Local news from the Big Island

BH Media News Service / Rick Ruggles / The World-Herald In an effort to prepare students for a changing world and secure the college’s future in the higher education market, the administrators at Hastings College have made big changes to the schedule, technology and opportunities for trip from their school. …

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Actor Red Dwarf to star at The Da Vinci Code world premiere

RED Dwarf and Death in Paradise star Danny John-Jules and newcomer Hannah Rose Caton will lead the cast for the world premiere of the very first stage adaptation of Dan Brown’s international phenomenon, The Da Vinci Code. Danny John-Jules will play Sir Leigh Teabing and Hannah Rose Caton will play …

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Rose City Riveters, Timbers Army and 107IST fan groups call for boycott of Providence Park concessions

The Rose City Riveters and Timbers Army – official fan organizations supporting Portland Thorns FC and the Timbers – are calling for a boycott of the Providence Park concessions and merchandise – “effective immediately”. The October 5 statement comes after a morning apparition on the Today Sinead Farrelly and Meleana …

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National Endowment for the Humanities sends nearly $ 600,000 to help 3 SC institutions | Local and state news

Three South Carolina projects receive large grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, which distributes nearly $ 88 million to nearly 300 cultural and educational organizations across the United States and its territories. The money is part of the federal US bailout allocation, intended to help institutions recover from …

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Why did it take 24 sets for Silent Witness to be the most powerful ever?

New faces, new dynamic, a lot has changed for Silent Witness (Photo: BBC) From cryogenics to serial killers, Silent Witness has been sticking with what it has known for years – but it hasn’t necessarily been a good thing. The show is the world’s longest-running crime drama and just aired …

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