The holes in the swiss cheese came together. They really did. Without the dining experience, you would not comprehend. You would not realise. You would not be able to put the jigsaw together. The same brush strokes we make are so singular. Yet when they all come together, the brush strokes from each individual. A […]
It’s inevitable that our language and our culture will shape how we communicate things but are bodies of ‘thought’ that frame human experience translatable and applicable across cultures? Despite previous theories of ‘linguistic determinism’ as coined by the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis, Steven Pinker argues that there is a medium of thought called ‘mentalese’ which dictates that […]
Volume 1 – Friday, February 1, 2019 Welcome to my public health curation series, Public Health Reads, which will be released every 1st and 4th Friday of every month! As a young public health professional, it’s important for me to keep up with topics within my field and to make sure that people I serve […]
Last summer I was lucky enough to work for an all-girls summer camp called Chimney Corners which was in the heart of The Berkshires in Massachusetts. I was hired as one of two camp photographers and one of the media instructors. This involved running around camp every day taking loads of fun photos of campers […]
Otis & Finn Barbershop illuminates Queens pride in Long Island City, one of the two locations Amazon has chosen for its new headquarters. Crystal City in Arlington was second place. (Andrea Sachs / The Washington Post) Before mid-November, Long Island City and Crystal City were never on the same page, let alone pronounced in the […]
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Why this issue is important? To you? To others? In spring 2018, I had aninternship at Highline College (HC). My work plan was to learn and developAcademic Advising skills while also to assist the advisors in working projectswithin the Advising Department. One of my tasks was to take turn with theadvisors to help out students […]
We are very excited about the upcoming conference and put together an easy-to-follow guide to highlight the most significant events and speakers for HR professionals.
We hope that this guide will serve as a tool to help you navigate SAAS NORTH and leave you with more time to enjoy the Conference! It is also mobile-friendly so you can follow along with our Guide during Conference days.
TORONTO — #movethedial, a global movement dedicated to advancing the participation and leadership of all women* in technology, is proudly introducing the #movethedial Connect platform at today’s inaugural #movethedial Global Summit. Connect will curate and facilitate authentic connections between women in tech who can benefit from the mentorship of accomplished global business leaders, and #movethedial […]
The Library’s Recommended Reading theme for November 2018 is Hunger and Homelessness. Here are ways you can explore this topic and learn more: Recommended Reading Display on the second floor of the library (Building 25) by the circulation desk Recommended Reading LibGuide Highline Reference Librarians Facebook Highline Library Twitter or @HighlineLibrary Sample reading list: Breaking Night by Liz […]
Selecting interesting articles, exciting news from the world of comics and pop culture, important editorials, or unique perspective pieces; LGN presents a monthly round up of links to read. This month we have Ramona Fradon, Medusa the victorious, girls are starved for heroes, Pokémon at 20, and Victoria Beckham forever. 1. The Woman Who Made Aquaman a Star | Vulture “As […]
From Google Maps, New York City is a long, narrow island that has been gridded into blocks. Slowly, you recognize a green fracture in the grid. It is inconspicuous at first; however as you focus on the west shore of Manhattan the traversing path appears even more prevalent. This place is The High Line—an abandoned […]
The Stolen Exclusively Premiere “Rooftop” featuring Jake Miller via Billboard Listen HERE Old Bridge, NJ – November 1, 2018 – The boys of the pop-rock outfit, The Stolen, are exclusively premiering their collaboration with Jake Miller, “Rooftop” via Billboard today! Give it a spin here: https://bit.ly/2PuOMWb, and pre-save the song on Spotify here: https://ffm.to/findthestolen. “Rooftop” was produced, mixed, and mastered by guitarist Rob Chiarappa, and engineered […]
TORONTO — #movethedial, a movement dedicated to advancing the participation and leadership of all women* in technology, is inviting applications from youth (ages 14 – 24) with an interest and passion for STEM to attend the #movethedial Global Summit Youth Experience. 200 free tickets for the Youth Experience are now available on a first-come, first-served […]