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Chancellor’s Employee Excellence Awards – Service to Community

Ask his coworkers at Northeast Campus Library about Ayyoub Ajmi and they will say he is smart, personable, friendly, and innovative. They would also say he is humorous, exceptional, energetic, and genius. I would have to agree for he is all that but so much more. Every day Ayyoub brings to his job professionalism and… Read More »

Beyond Caravaggio at National Gallery

KATE BRYAN: Scenes of extraordinary gentleness, religious ecstasy and exquisite details from everyday life, all painted by the hand of a violent drunkard and a murderer. Caravaggio is without doubt one of the most captivating characters and revolutionary painters in the history of art. His astonishing work is brimming with detail, full of emotion. A… Read More »

Frogs Come Alive After Winter Thaw | National Geographic

NARRATOR: While the rivers and ponds are melting, the ground remains frozen. And under the leaf litter, someone is pulling off a miracle. [intriguing music] This wood frog is frozen solid. Even his eyes are iced over. There’s no pulse, no breath. Slowly the warmth of spring begins to thaw, from the inside out. His… Read More »

Sinners and Saints – Daily Devotion

WHEN I THINK THROUGH THE HARD WORK IT TAKES TO APOLOGIZE, TO ADMIT I’M WRONG, AND TO ASK FOR FORGIVENESS, I DON’T THINK OF JOY. MY NATURAL RESPONSE IS TO RUN AND PRETEND IT NEVER HAPPENED. INSTEAD OF JOY, ASKING FOR FORGIVENESS MAKES ME THINK OF SHAME AND SADNESS. PSALM 32 OFFERS AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT… Read More »

Hector Camacho funeral in New York

Hundreds of mourners turned out in East Harlem, New York on Saturday to say a final farewell to one of boxing’s most colourful characters, Hector ‘Macho’ Camacho.Ê Camacho died after he was shot at point-blank range while he sat in a car with his friend in Bayamon, Puerto Rico on November 20th.Ê Despite being a… Read More »

Robert Mugabe Is Gone

Robert Mugabe, the first prime minister, and later president of independent Zimbabwe, has passed on today, Friday 06 September 2019. He was 95 years old. Mugabe was the one who traded the mantle of liberator, for the armour of a tyrant, and presided over the decline of one of Africa’s most prosperous countries. The death… Read More »

Florida state senator wants white judge who sentenced black man to jail for missing jury duty taken

A Florida state senator wants the judge who sentenced a black man to 10 days in jail for missing jury duty stripped of his judicial powers  Sen. Bobby Powell blasted Palm Beach judge John S. Kastrenakes for sentencing 21-year-old Deandre Somerville to incarceration as well probation, community service and a monetary fine after the college… Read More »

Italy’s Berlusconi To Do Community Service With The Elderly

Looks like Silvio Berlusconi will be spending some time at a nursing home, and not because he’s grown tired of his lavish mansion. It’s where Italy’s former prime minister will serve out his community service. In 2012, a court convicted the billionaire tycoon of tax fraud in connection with his television empire back in the… Read More »