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Today the Moving Picture Institute's comedy web channel We the Internet TV released a new short documentary "Silence U Part 2: What is Yale Becoming?", the follow-up to its 2016 viral hit "Silence U: Is the University Killing Free Speech and Open Debate?

The film examines Yale's notorious controversy surrounding administrative controls over Halloween costumes. The film asks: If universities can't tolerate debate about controversial issues, how can they call themselves places of learning? The 12-minute documentary has already garnered press in the New York Times and the College Fix.

"The silence from students shocked me," said the film's director Rob Montz. "Forget what's right -- students openly told me they wouldn't say anything controversial or speak out against the administration because it could jeopardize their job prospects."  

"Although our comedy videos typically focus on satirizing politics, We the Internet TV released 'Silence U' to support open discourse," said Lou Perez, comedian and We the Internet TV's head writer. "This is more than a documentary about Yale -- we're seeing this story play out on campuses nationwide. This belongs on We the Internet because humor can't survive without free speech."

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Fwd: For Chronicle milestone announcement

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Susan Laird <susan.ye.laird@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 10:12 AM
Subject: For Chronicle milestone announcement
To: Robin Prestage <robinprestage@verizon.net>, "Rev. Paul Briggs" <paul.briggs@standrews-yardley.org>

Dear Robin,

Eric and I are most pleased to share this letter from United States Achievement Academy to Parents of Gregoriy Kashpureff.

A letter to parents of Greg Kashpureff from United States Achievement Academy. "... is pleased to announce that Greg has been honored nationally by Lou Thomas, a respected teacher at Ewing Senior High School." ..."Only a select number of students across America receive this nomination. Acceptance of this award not only qualifies Greg to be featured in USAA's nationally published yearbook, but provides the exclusive right to apply for scholarships. In addition, Greg will be invited to participate in writing contests that can result in the publication of new young authors." ... I congratulate your family on the hard work and perseverance that led to this nomination as a USAA World Language Award winner. - Jeff Fraley Executive Director.

Also I must mention that James was a star student in his K-class. That status made James VERY happy for more than 5 days now! Upon hearing this news, he promptly remarked of his own stardom!

And, today is Pi day, Birthday of Einstein. What a nice day!

Thank you for your attention, gentlemen.



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[theophilus@asymptotejournal.com: Asymptote: Your application for Chinese Social Media Manager]

----- Forwarded message from Theophilus Kwek <theophilus@asymptotejournal.com> -----

Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2017 16:42:01 +0000
From: Theophilus Kwek <theophilus@asymptotejournal.com>
To: nunia@ma.sdf.org
Subject: Asymptote: Your application for Chinese Social Media Manager

Dear Susan,

I'm Theophilus, a Singaporean poet and Chief Executive Assistant at *Asymptote
- *many thanks for your application to join our team! I'm writing to follow
up on your application for *Chinese Social Media Manager*.

Now, I'd like to make sure up front that you know that the position you are
applying for is *unpaid*, and will require about 12 hours a week for the
first three months--a probationary period, during which we will help you
build a foundation for work with us in a permanent capacity-- and will
probably entail about 6 to 8 hours a week for the permanent position, with
two weeks off every quarter.

It's also possible to apply for a sabbatical of up to three months every
year, with good reason. Another thing you might be happy to learn about is
that we often volunteer outside of our roles at *Asymptote*, per our own
inclinations. It's very possible to volunteer to record a segment for the
podcast, review a book for the "What's New in Translation" column at the
blog <http://asymptotejournal.com/blog>, help out with slushpile reading,
or even with organizing an event. In short, be prepared to be steeped in
the world of translation!

It remains for me to ask you, if you have no problem with this sort of time
commitment, and are okay with being unpaid, to answer the follow-up
questions by your midnight, i.e. 2359hrs, of next *Wednesday, 15 March. *

General Questions

1. We crossed our 6-year mark this January. What direction do you see
*Asymptote* taking in the next 2 years or so, and what do you think you can
bring to the table? Make a passionate case for yourself.

2. Could you tell us about a time when working across regional/cultural
lines was challenging?

3. How do you see yourself promoting *Asymptote* to your network, and

4. Can you name your top 5 pieces from Asymptote (from the current issue
<http://www.asymptotejournal.com/index.php> or past
<http://www.asymptotejournal.com/archive.php>) and tell me why these
are your favorites?

5. If we aren't able to give you the position you are applying for, what
other positions might you consider? (All currently available roles are
listed in this call <http://asymptotejournal.com/join.php>)

6. Do let us know anything else that might be relevant to your application that
hasn't been covered yet/would help establish a strong case
for your candidacy, including links to published work.

Specific Questions - Chinese Social Media Manager

1. What kinds of literary magazines/journals/publications have you been
reading/subscribing to? Please list all that apply, including both English
and Chinese ones.

2. Please list your favorite poets/novelists/non-fiction writers, three for
each category, in the realm of Sinophone (Chinese-speaking) literature
(including China, HK, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, etc.)., and briefly
state the reasons why.

3. Please tell us about two pieces of Sinophone literary news that you have
noticed in recent three months, and please tell us why you think they are

4. What are your suggestions for attracting more followers and enhancing
our social media pages (Weibo and Douban)?

5. Please pick three recent literary news and write three Weibo posts for
them in Chinese.

6. Please write three Weibo posts promoting three of your favourite pieces
from our archive.

If shortlisted, we will contact you in the following week for an interview.

All best,

Theophilus Kwek,

Chief Executive Assistant, *Asymptote *


Wrap up warm with the Winter 2017 issue of *Asymptote
<http://asymptotejournal.com/>*, with new work from 27 countries (our video
trailer <https://youtu.be/2WBZsB-ViVM> will blow your mind). We're proud to
present fiction by Cesare Pavese and Lika Tcheishvili, poetry by Bachtyar
Ali and Rodrigo Lira, an interview with Colm Tóibín, and a Special Feature
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