Featured entrée selections include Pasta, Pizza, Orange Chicken & Veggie Fried Rice, Burgers, Spicy Chicken Patty & various Deli items. Lunches include a variety of fruits, veggies and milk.
Students: Please remember that there is no sidewalk on the Logan side of H Street near the Performing Arts Center construction site. All students must walk on the swim complex sidewalk when walking from Alvarado-Niles Road to school and back. Also, students should cross the street only within the crosswalk at the corner of H and Syracuse. Those that do not follow these simple safety tips may be ticketed by the Union City Police Department.
Posted by courier at 11:11 PM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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A jammous, a large water buffalo
By Nicholas Spangler and Hussein Kadhim
McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)
used by locals primarily for meat and
milk, approaches a Humvee in the
Fedaliyah area of New Baghdad, Iraq.
U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Lyndsey Dransfield
BAGHDAD — The Iraqi government approved in principle a deal potentially worth billions of dollars with Royal Dutch Shell to exploit the immense amount of natural gas in southern Iraq that is now being flared off, the government said in a statement.
Under the agreement approved Sunday, Shell will build the infrastructure to capture and purify the 700 million cubic feet of gas now being burned off every day at the southern oil wells to relieve pressure on the reservoirs below.
Posted by courier at 06:52 PM. Filed under: News
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The Adventures of Lorisa, Kidd Wonder by Lorisa Salvatin
The Tao of Sunday by Idy Tao
Posted by courier at 06:41 AM. Filed under: Comics
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Constance Baker Motley
(14 September 1921–28 September 2005) was an African American civil rights activist, lawyer, judge, and state senator.
She was born in New Haven, Connecticut, the ninth of twelve children. Her parents had immigrated from Nevis, in the Caribbean; her mother was the founder of the New Haven chapter of the NAACP. With financial help from a local philanthropist, Clarence Blakeslee, she initially attended Fisk University, a historically black college in Tennessee, before deciding to move to an integrated university. Motley graduated from New York University in 1943, then received her law degree from Columbia Law School in 1946. Her legal career began as a law clerk in the fledgling NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF), where she worked with Thurgood Marshall, Jack Greenberg, and others. The LDF's first female attorney, she became Associate Counsel to the LDF, making her the NAACP's lead trial attorney.
Read a speech to the NAACP by Constance Baker Motley, part of The Agents of Social Change exhibit of the Sophia Smith Collection online at the Smith College library.
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