Recent RSCC graduate is now heading to Yale University

Katelyn Laughon went from years of critical illness to a year of remedial classes at Roane State, and then to an academic triumph which she credits largely to community college. She was accepted into the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at prestigious Yale University in New Haven, Conn. She …

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Alaa Al Aswany – WSJ

Alaa Al Aswany, one of the most renowned novelists in the Arab world, almost gave up writing. After the Egyptian state publisher rejected his first two novels in the 1990s, he published them himself, winning critical acclaim but few readers. When the state, which monopolizes the distribution of books, rejected …

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The Best Recent Poetry – Critics Summary | Poetry

Learning to sleep (Cap, £ 10), John Burnside’s first collection of poems since 2017 is an assessment of the many sleep disorders (including severe insomnia and apnea) that have afflicted him for several years. Lack of rest, and its physical and mental impacts, are made tangible. “Ode to Hypnos” begins: …

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Alison Brooks designs new entrance building for Cambridge College

Alison Brooks designs new entrance building for Cambridge College © Filippo Bolognese Images To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/966299/alison-brooks-designs-new-entrance-building-for-cambridge-college UK-based practice Alison Brooks Architects recently won the competition for the design of the new entrance building and children’s literature resource center for Homerton, Cambridge’s …

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