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As Colleges Resort to Online Learning, ICE Issues ‘Needlessly Cruel’ Rule Pushing International Students Out of US
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Immigrant rights advocates were angered on Monday after Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced international students whose U.S. schools are moving to an online-only model for the Fall 2020 semester will no longer be welcome in the United States. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, a physics and astronomy professor at University of New Hampshire, wrote that the Trump administration […]

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Sun, sand, human sacrifice: Rite of Spring danced on a beach as the world shut down | Stage | The Guardian
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Dresses rippling in the wind, sand beneath their feet, a sky fading to a heathery dusk as dancers sway and thrash to the urgent, ominous chords of Stravinsky’s music. This is Pina Bausch’s Rite of Spring as it’s never been seen before. Earlier this year, proving yet again that some remarkable moments can come out […]

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The attack on Catholic images may just be the beginning – Catholic World Report
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While Catholics have watched the desecration and destruction of war memorials and secular statues in our public spaces, a prominent Black Lives Matter activist has encouraged his followers to destroy statues, stained glass, and icons that feature what he considers “European” depictions of Jesus. Such images are a “gross form of white supremacy,” claimed Shaun […]

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Meghan McCain: Pres. Bone Spurs Is Scared, Polls Say He’s Losing – Gets Rude Awakening • Opinion | Mad World News
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Meghan McCain claims President Donald Trump is “quite scared” over the George Floyd situation. The daughter of Senator John McCain declared that “president bone spurs is neutered” by the latest mainstream polls indicating Joe Biden will win the election. Well, that’s when poor Meg got a rude awakening she never saw coming. You’ll love this. […]

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Astronomers Create ‘Fifth State of Matter’ in the International Space Station
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NASA’s Cold Atom Lab (CAL) was launched into space by a SpaceX rocket in 2018. Since then it has raked up the orbital miles aboard the International Space Station (ISS) while at the same time helping in the study and development of quantum technologies. The versatile facility, which can be operated remotely from NASA’s Jet […]

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347 new cases of Covid-19 in S’pore on June 13, 5 are cases in the community, 2 S’poreans/PRs – Mothership.SG – News from Singapore, Asia and around the world
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The Ministry of Health (MOH) has preliminarily confirmed 347 new cases of Covid-19 as of 12 pm on Saturday, June 13 2020. This brings the total number of reported cases in Singapore to 40,197. The majority of the reported infections are work permit holders residing in foreign worker dormitories. Preliminary findings indicate five cases in […]

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Mad World Records Joins a List of Staple Indie Shops in Denton Closing for Good | Dallas Observer
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First, the bad news: “I find it hard to tell you, ’cause I find it hard to take,” but Mad World Records is no more. At least not as regulars know and love. The literal mom-and-pop record shop’s storefront is already closed to customers — for good. After nearly nine years, the store has been pushed into […]

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The WHO may be ‘imperfect’ but the world still needs it, says Dr. Anthony Fauci | CBC News
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One of the lead members of U.S. President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 advisory panel says the world still needs the World Health Organization, despite some of the flaws that have been exposed during this pandemic. In an interview with CBC News, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said […]

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