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Live Performance for Singers and Musicians With Tony King and Nina Vox

Eventbrite - Quaama Renewal Projects presents Live Performance for Singers and Musicians With Tony King and Nina Vox - Saturday, 2 July 2022 at Quaama School of Arts Hall, Quaama, NSW. Find event and ticket information.

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Five Points Gallery opens new shows Feb. 18

TORRINGTON — Five Points Gallery, 33 Main St., is presenting two new exhibitions:...

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Cape Cod markets, music, cookies, art: Celebrate holidays Dec. 10-16

Highlights include shopping opportunities, Christmas cookies, a Winter Tales Holiday Stroll, a drive-thru meal and concerts.

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EARTH DAY APPRECIATION MULTIMEDIA CONTENT


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ISU's Sustainability Committee described by: Dr. Bill Gutowski, Professor of Geological and Atmospheric Science, Chair of the University Sustainability Committee and a member of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007) and student members of the University Sustainability Committee Jennifer Seth, undergraduate student in Environmental Science and Aline Milach Teixeira, undergraduate student in Chemical Engineering.
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A discussion of carbon sequestration by Dr. Robert Brown, Director of the ISU Bioeconomy Institute and Professor of Engineering - Mechanical, Chemical and Biological and Agricultural and Biosystems.
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Plans for recycling plexiglass used as barriers during the pandemic: Ayodeji Oluwalana, ISU Recycling Coordinator and Special Events Coordinator, Daniel Neubauer, Assistant Teaching Professor in Industrial Design, Micah Lantz, undergraduate student in Industrial Design, Katie Baumgarn, Classroom Scheduling Specialist

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MULTIMEDIA EARTH DAY APPRECIATION


Listen here!
ISU's Sustainability Committee described by: Dr. Bill Gutowski, Professor of Geological and Atmospheric Science, Chair of the University Sustainability Committee and a member of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007) and student members of the University Sustainability Committee Jennifer Seth, undergraduate student in Environmental Science and Aline Milach Teixeira, undergraduate student in Chemical Engineering.
Listen Here! 
A discussion of carbon sequestration by Dr. Robert Brown, Director of the ISU Bioeconomy Institute and Professor of Engineering - Mechanical, Chemical and Biological and Agricultural and Biosystems.
Listen Here! 
Plans for recycling plexiglass used as barriers during the pandemic: Ayodeji Oluwalana, ISU Recycling Coordinator and Special Events Coordinator, Daniel Neubauer, Assistant Teaching Professor in Industrial Design, Micah Lantz, undergraduate student in Industrial Design, Katie Baumgarn, Classroom Scheduling Specialist

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Opinion | The Debate About Charter Schools


Readers discuss issues of equity, funding and transparency.
March 7, 2021
Students at KIPP STAR Harlem College Prep charter school in 2019. KIPP runs more than 250 schools.Credit...Chang W. Lee/The New York Times
To the Editor:
Why do we allow two separate but seemingly parallel systems of education, using scarce public funds that are taken from traditional public schools to fund charters, a seeming experiment gone awry? Why do we allow one entity that is accountable and has governance conveyed from the voters in each community and allow the other to avoid the same transparency and accountability?
Here in Ohio, charters are exempt from 150 sections of law that the public schools must be in compliance with to legally operate, yet the public schools are required to support charters with the school district’s transportation system and other services at no cost.

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