2017年3月30日星期四

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2017年3月29日星期三

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2017年3月22日星期三

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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."  

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2017年3月14日星期二

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.


Susan