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End Stage Renal Disease in Undocumented Immigrants: Medical Russian Roulette \ by Donatella Felice

“Who deserves hemodialysis today?” (Raghavan, 2017, p. 488) Undocumented immigrants who suffer from kidney disease are a stigmatized people suffering from a stigmatized illness. The patchwork of treatments offered by ...
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My Soul is in Haiti Debunks the Myth That All Haitians Practice the Maligned “Voodoo” \ Review by Stephanie Mojica

Louis, Bertin M. My Soul Is in Haiti: Protestantism in the Haitian Diaspora of the Bahamas. New York: New York University Press, 2014. Hardcover. [There are also Kindle and paperback ...
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An Out of This World Birthday Party – How astronauts celebrate their birthdays…in space \ By Mary Ortega

Edited by Stephanie Mojica CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Crumbs are a serious health and safety risk in outer space. “Crumbs can get in your eyes and they are extremely difficult ...
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The day that I saw her cry \ by Nora Jaenicke

During my first year in New York, I lived with an old Art Collector. She died this winter. They found her laying on her marble floor corridor, wearing her red ...
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Next Stop – Wonderland \ By Nora Jaenicke

Edited by Stephanie Mojica A week ago, I packed a small suitcase and moved into Tanya’s condo in Belmont. We want to have fun and enjoy each other’s company. We ...
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A word is dead when it is said, some say… The Art of Revealing by Concealing – Lessons from the Arab World \ By Nora Jaenicke

The two images that I chose to analyze and compare in this essay represent female singers holding a microphone that are seemingly engaged in the act of singing. One of ...
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‘Have I told you lately that I love you?’ Father’s Day 2018 \ by Dr. Jeffrey Lant

We recommend playing the video while reading, for full effect of ...
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The day that I saw her cry \ by Nora Jaenicke

During my first year in New York, I lived with ...
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Leadership lessons from my family business \ Aalok Rathod

Edited by Daniel Katzenberger It was an exciting winter morning, ...
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Digital Nomads: A New Kind of Community \ Donatella Felice

The modern nomadic life is full of joys and frustrations ...
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The road not taken \ Lee Silverman

Then took the other, as just as fair, And having ...
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My Father \ Richi BaiDwan

I reached out to learn more about the kind of ...
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End Stage Renal Disease in Undocumented Immigrants: Medical Russian Roulette \ by Donatella Felice

“Who deserves hemodialysis today?” (Raghavan, 2017, p. 488) Undocumented immigrants who suffer from kidney disease are a stigmatized people suffering ...
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‘Have I told you lately that I love you?’ Father’s Day 2018 \ by Dr. Jeffrey Lant

We recommend playing the video while reading, for full effect of the author’s touching test Author's program note. All families have ...
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An Interview with Dr. Antonia Harford \ by Donatella Felice

This is part two of our new series on public health. America offers citizens suffering from end stage renal disease ...
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Journalism Today with Mary Creane – Watch our event!

Join the Harvard Extension Student Journalism club to participate with future events and work on the paper! ...
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Bridge of Minds \ Lee Silverman

I always saw books as bridges, crossing through time and space. I see the authors building a bridge to transfer ...
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Going a step ahead with Corporate Social Responsibility in India \ by Dr. Neeti Mathur

One of the landmark judgments in India includes giving a status of “living entity” to the second largest river in ...
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How Design Thinking drives Strategy \ Aalok Rathod

If you have been hanging out with Entrepreneurs or Innovation officers, chances are you might have heard the term Design ...
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How Climate Change Affects Me, in Minnesota, USA \ Daniel A. Katzenberger

We see news every day about how climate change is affecting people and places in other parts of the world ...
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Innocence \ Keith Zhu Yunxi

The amethystine asterism dotted the night, bewitching like diamonds, the cosmos shone upon the Persian Gulf. The Milky Way stretched to ...
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Religion – a double edged sword \ Lee Silverman

Lighting the candles one by one while singing along the old prayers and inspirational thousands-years-old tales. Nothing like a good ...
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