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Last week, I received an email from the independent non-profit, New Hampshire Humanities, stating their organization’s commitment to “the ongoing work of ending systemic racism
BY ELIZABETH BAER About three weeks into our school closure, before we had started remote instruction, I got an email from a student. He was
From Ruth Breindel: A book review: The Shadow of Vesuvius: A Life of Pliny, Daisy Dunn, 2019 Since not much is known about the life of Pliny
Briseis, with some additions by Achilles, tells the story of the fall of Troy. This retelling, from the female and minor character point of view,
What follows is a review by Ruth Breindel of an article, “Greek to Me,” by Mary Norris, published in the January 2019 issue of The