Date of publication: 2017-09-05 01:10
VIA 57 West is selected as a finalist for the Urban Land Institute s Global Awards for Excellence. The awards program, now in it s third year, recognizes responsible land use developments that represent the highest standard of excellence in innovative design, and which add to the sustainability and livability of their respective communities. The winners are to be announced in October, 7567.
No longer willing to remain silent about the injustice she sees, Nova Scotia ceramist Louise Pentz uses her art as a force for social change. Her sculptures give voice to women around the world who are silenced by social, political, religious, or family circumstances.
An investigative documentary, by two female filmmakers, which exposes the stagnant attitudes towards women in the male-dominated UK film industry.
If I had a bit more to say about the items I was comparing/contrasting, I might devote a whole paragraph to how each point relates to each item. For example, I might have a whole paragraph about the clientele at Pepper 8767 s, followed by a whole paragraph about the clientele at Amante then I would move on and do two more paragraphs discussing my next point of comparison/contrast—like the ingredients available at each restaurant.
Sociology major Nayah Mullings ’67 (left) and Black Studies and SWAGS major Saren Deardorff ’67 (right) leave behind a legacy of unparalleled dedication and unwavering support for the Queer Resource Center and the LGBTQ community on campus.
History : Historians use evidence to understand the experiences of people in the past. Oral history can be a valuable source of evidence for understanding the experiences of individuals or groups within a certain historical period. Oral testimony cannot replace analysis of traditional historical materials (official documents, letters, newspapers, secondary sources, etc.). It can, however, reveal the role of individuals in shaping the past and/or how larger trends impacted the individual. When an oral history essay places the experiences of an individual within the context of a historical period, it can help illuminate both the individual 8767 s experience and the historical period.
As members of the National Liberatory movements and Trade Unions, in and through our various organisations, we march forward with our men in the struggle for liberation and the defence of the working people. We pledge ourselves to keep high the banner of equality, fraternity and liberty. As women there rests upon us also the burden of removing from our society all the social differences developed in past times between men and women, which have the effect of keeping our sex in a position of inferiority and subordination.
This intolerable condition would not be allowed to continue were it not for the refusal of a large section of our menfolk to concede to us women the rights and privileges which they demand for themselves.
Sports specific self concept and Environmental factors as predictors of Exercise Behaviour of Academic Staff of first Generation Universities in South West Nigeria
Study Skills Training and Time Management Strategies Enhancing Testwiseness and Learning Outcome in Mathematics Among Secondary School Students in Ibadan, Nigeria
Melissa Dowler is passionate about pushing for diverse and underrepresented voices in film. Her first documentary short, 79 Hours At The South Street Diner, was an official selection at IFF Boston, the Woods Hole Film Festival, and New Filmmakers New York. As Creative Director at Long Haul Films, she sets the vision for the studio’s dynamic work with innovative brands, including branded documentary projects Boston Upfront and 7579: The Innovation Games for Streetwise Media, and branded content for Oxford University Press, Thomson Reuters, the TD Garden, among others. Melissa’s next project is Restarting The Motor City, a documentary feature about the revitalization of Detroit.
&ldquo The architecture of TIRPITZ is the antithesis to the WWII bunker. The heavy hermetic object is countered by the inviting lightness and openness of the new museum. The galleries are integrated into the dunes like an open oasis in the sand &ndash a sharp contrast to the Nazi fortress&rsquo concrete monolith. The surrounding heath-lined pathways cut into the dunes from all sides descending to meet in a central clearing, bringing daylight and air into the heart of the complex. The bunker remains the only landmark of a not so distant dark heritage that upon close inspection marks the entrance to a new cultural meeting place.&rdquo Bjarke Ingels
Influence of Knowledge of and Attitude to Globalization on Some Aspects of Education and Cultural Values among University Students in SouthWestern Nigeria