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Transfer Brendan Radley-Hiles receiving a tough lesson in defeat in first season with UW Huskies

In Oklahoma’s first year, there were two losses. Ditto for years 2 and 3. Two of these defeats occurred during the college football qualifiers, including one in overtime. High school was even better. Unbeaten in second year at Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas, then 14-1 in junior in Calabasas (Calif.), Then undefeated in senior at […]

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We need to teach him a lesson: reactions when Tonto Dikeh allegedly arrested ex-lover Kpokpogri

The drama between Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh and her ex-lover, Kpokpogri is getting uglier by the day with new developments It was reported that the movie star who promised to deal with the politician made his arrest Different reactions have followed the update, as most people urge Tonto to be careful about teaching her ex-lover […]

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This sex education scene is the sex education lesson gay people wanted

Spoilers for Netflix Sex education Season 3, Episode 4 In January, I caught my first STI. I can see exactly how it happened: I had sex without a condom and with someone who had not been tested for a few months and who could not remember their current state of sexual health. Since then, I […]

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Human Rights Watch presents the film The Lesson followed by a discussion on October 21

through Linda Hubbard October 17, 2021 Emails Atherton resident Gloria Principe: “I am a member of the Silicon Valley Committee of Human Rights Watch. Human Rights Watch (HRW) is an independent international organization that works as part of a vibrant movement to uphold human dignity and advance the cause of human rights for all. The […]

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Cash or candy? A financial lesson for children

Childhood money lessons can begin with “Money or candy?” “ Americans have a complicated relationship with money, in large part due to what we learned (or didn’t learn) as children. In most households, money is just as taboo as sex, which is why more than half of Americans said in a recent study that no […]

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Remember this is a history lesson and a moral calculation

The stage is bare, occupied only by a well-worn wooden table and two simple chairs. Where the eyes expect the stage to meet the back wall, there is only darkness. A suit jacket, tie and waistcoat are draped over the back of one of these chairs. Next to this chair is a pair of leather […]

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Local students receive a heritage lesson with the canoe project

Native birch bark canoe builder spent three weeks at St. Theresa Catholic High School to help students build a 12 foot birch bark canoe A Midland high school recently hosted a master craftsman to help students build an authentic birch bark canoe. Chuck Commanda, an Aboriginal birchbark canoe builder from Quebec, spent three weeks at […]

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HALEY TOOMEY: My mother’s death taught me an important lesson about life

By Haley Toomey Glioblastoma. It’s a word that had no meaning in my life until the morning of April 9, 2020. At 22, it was like no other morning I had experienced. I woke up around 5am to the sound of my mom collapsing and falling in my bedroom door as my dad helped her […]

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Lesson for the Day: “Remembering the Lives of Influential Latinos”

This lesson is part of our new Accessible activities functionality, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and on The Times in general. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson overview Featured Article: “Remembering the Lives of Influential Latinos»By Erica Ackerberg and Amy Padnani Hispanic Heritage Month […]

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Lesson of the day: “How an 11-foot-tall 3D printer helps build community”

6. The article states, “Almost any object can be 3D printed.” What object would you most like to see printed and why, whether for practical or playful reasons? What questions do you still have about the technology and its possibilities? seven. Look at the photographs in the article: What do you notice and wonder about […]

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Lesson for the day: “The US war in Afghanistan: how it started and how it ended”

Two decades after invading Afghanistan, the United States is retreating, leaving chaos in its wake and the country as he found it 20 years ago. “The Taliban not only control Kabul, but the whole country. How did a war that began in response to the 9/11 attacks become the longest in American history? “If someone […]

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Lesson of the day: “Intimate portraits of Mexican muxes of the third kind”

Lesson overview Featured Article: “Intimate portraits of Mexican multiplexes of the third genre»By Núria López Torres In southern Mexico, a community of the local Zapotec people has long accepted – and celebrated – gender nonconformity. In this lesson, you will learn about muxes – people who are born male but take on roles and identities […]

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Lesson for the day: “What will become of the Afghan generation after September 11?” “

Lesson overview Featured Article: “What will happen to the Afghan generation after September 11?“- a photo essay by Kiana Hayeri In April 2021, President Biden announced that US troops would withdraw from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021. Following the announcement, Kiana Hayeri, a photojournalist, began documenting the end of 20 years of occupation of perspective […]

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Knocked Loose show in San Antonio Thursday was a lesson in how to command a crowd | Musical stories and interviews | San Antonio

Oscar Moreno Knocked Loose headlined a sold-out show Thursday at the Vibes Event Center. At first, I wanted to see the sell-out Thursday sold-out concert again at the Vibes Event Center because of one of the opening acts, Gatecreeper. I had never heard of headliners until two days ago, but I needed to see what […]

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Op-Ed: A lesson from Ebola in 2015 will be key to ending COVID-19

“Too many lives have been lost. Families, communities and nations have been devastated. … Our marathon effort was a success, but the last mile is perhaps the hardest route. It was UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in April 2015 speaking to world leaders about the Ebola crisis in West Africa. As President Biden and his […]

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North Redlands celebrates Mexican Independence Day with a history lesson – Redlands Daily Facts

An interactive history day held on Saturday, September 25, was part Mexican Independence Day celebration and partial discovery of North Redlands past. Community members were encouraged to bring their neighborhood stories and photos to share at the event held at the Redlands Community Center on West Lugonia Avenue. More than 100 people gather on Saturday, […]

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Scot Meacham Wood’s Whimsical Harlem Residence is a brilliant lesson in pattern

Moving is hard enough, but moving in the midst of a global pandemic has its own set of challenges – and formerly San Francisco-based designer Scottish Meacham Wood had more than his share when he moved to his East Harlem residence in Spring 2020. “I actually found most of my articles online!” Wood said. “During […]

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Lesson of the day: “Let’s now praise the little ants”

If you can’t find ants where you live, you can watch them online on the Iowa State University Insect Zoo’s Ant Camera. Then respond to the following prompts: What do you notice ? What interesting behaviors or patterns have you observed? What do you wonder? What other questions about ants and their behavior have arisen […]