Christine Alexander

25 Apr 19
Daily Office Asia-Pacific

“You, go your way, and rest; you shall rise for your reward at the end of the days.” Christ has entered, not into a sanctuary made with hands, a copy of the true one, but into heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God on our behalf. Hebrews 9:24 INVITATORY AND PSALTER Lord, […]

25 Apr 19
beyond the green: collective of middlebury voices

By Vee Duong ’19 and Juliana Dunn ’19 This letter (go/signfor13) will be shared with the larger Middlebury Community and emailed to all SGA senators. Sign on to show your support of the thirteen proposals laid out by SGA for community healing. We also encourage student and student leaders to write brief endorsements of these proposals […]

25 Apr 19
From page to stage - and everything in between

Follies returns to the NT for its final eight performances at the National Theatre on 6 May. Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical includes such classic songs as ‘Broadway Baby’, ‘I’m Still Here’ and ‘Losing My Mind’. Featuring a cast of 40 and an orchestra of 21, Follies is directed by Dominic Cooke. The Follies 2019 cast […]

24 Apr 19
WGNO

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24 Apr 19
The Bookish Hollow

I am on track to read so many books this month (April) and I am so stoked about it! I pushed myself to read a good amount of poetry for National Poetry month and I’ve been sort of trying to read books for the OWLS read-a-thon and maybe Tome Topple, but I’m such a mood […]

23 Apr 19
The Columbia Paper

Leon R. Bazonski, Sr. (1931 – 2019) ALBANY—Leon Robert Bazonski, Sr., 87, of Valatie died Sunday, April 21, 2019 at St. Peter’s Hospital. Born June 21, 1931 in Great Barrington, MA, he was a Korean War veteran, who served with the U.S. Army. He worked as a plumber and electrician for Ray Myers in Kinderhook […]

23 Apr 19
Jane Austen's World

Good news for Janeites who live within striking distance of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD! At 7:00 PM EST on April 29th, the Bird in Hand, a cafe/bookstore, will be offering the first in a series of workshops on the last Monday of each month in the public humanities. Sponsored by the Alexander Grass […]

23 Apr 19
The Australian

Hello and welcome to PoliticsNow, The Australian’s live coverage of Day 14 of the federal election campaign. Scott Morrison will be in Darwin today, promising a $63m package for military veterans. Bill Shorten will be in Townsville, promising casual workers a clear path to permanent positions.

23 Apr 19
Amy Tuckett FMP

Artist research Tuesday 23rd April exhibition Aims; One of my aims for week 11 would be to research the ways that other artists exhibit their work so that I can put together my work for the final piece and this will mean that I can present my work in the best possible way. I think […]

23 Apr 19
Archy news nety

Kyle Guy, the most outstanding player in the Final Four, announced that he will leave his third season in Virginia and will remain in the NBA draft pool. "After further discussions with my family, I decided to give up my high season and stay in the 2019 NBA draft," Guy said. "Saying goodbye to my […]