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"On the evening of the first our brigade (Gordon's) set out on the York road to see that the enemy did not come upon us in the rear from that direction. Our duties were not very hard after this till we started to leave, when the protection of the rear of the army fell upon our brigade. By the way of Fairfield the enemy charged us at that place and did some damage in ...
Good afternoon! Here a few of today’s headlines from local, national, and international papers provided to us courtesy of Newseum:Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Published in Pittsburgh, PA
In recognition of cancer season and the current reckoning with society’s foundations, today’s headlines look at the English-speaking coastal areas of North America, or Turtle Island. All along the continent’s perimeter, wildlife and people are facing environmental and public hea...
Today’s daily news focuses on continuing coverage of the novel coronavirus epidemic. As we are unfortunately experiencing a massive second wave, the lockdowns and measures appear to be in place for the foreseeable future. We hope all Teachers College staff and students can stay safe and healthy. As always all stories are drawn from the front pages curated by Newseum.org
Today’s daily news covers a variety of topics from a variety of sources, though because this is 2020 they all inevitably lead back to systemic injustice. Despite ranging from voting rights to the disproportionate impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic, they all share a common theme of inequality. As always, all stories are drawn from the front pages curated by Newseum.org.
Hello all and welcome to the weekend! Here are some of the headlines today from newspapers across the United States. The focus of today is on schools’ plans for the fall semester and the direction of federal spending. As always, these headlines are taken from Newseum.org...
When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking. — Arthur Conan Doyle, "
Today’s headlines take a look around the world to see how schools are responding to the age of Covid-19. From primary to graduate schools, educational institutions and their students are negotiating what education should look like, what it should cost, and how to mark its levels of completion. As always, these headlines are taken from the front pages curated by Newseum.org...
Good morning! Here are a few of today’s headlines covering attempts to contain the spread of Covid-19, a protest in Wisconsin turned violent, the collapse of police reform legislation in Congress, and diplomatic backlash over Israel’s plans to annex the West Bank next week. The headlines come to us courtesy of Newseum
Today’s headlines take a look at how people across the United States are planning for and trying to shape the future. Uncertainty about the present moment has prompted increased gun ownership in some states, and measures are being considered to deter their anticipated increased use. Meanwhile, the formal democratic process carries on as voters experienced assorted problems at the polls in yesterday’s primaries. For more on voting, check out the E-Resources in this