Dean College is pleased to announce Kaylin Ozaki and Emily Turkeltaub, both of Unionville, have earned a place on the Dean's List for the fall 2019 semester. These students have demonstrated a serious commitment to their studies while at Dean College.James Madison University, Harrisonburg VA … [Read more...] about Recent Achievements By Farmington College Students
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Klobuchar doesn’t have the polished veneer and smooth delivery that comes from a lifetime spent in the national spotlight, and she has struggled to gain traction on the campaign trail. In Minnesota, however, she is enormously popular. She has won all three of her Senate elections by double digits. In 2016, Hillary Clinton carried nine of Minnesota’s 87 counties. Klobuchar carried 51 in 2018. And it’s far too early to count Klobuchar out — Sen. John Kerry, the eventual Democrat nominee in 2004, was also polling in the single digits at this point in the race. … [Read more...] about Editorial: Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren Are Democrats’ Top Choices for President
Since concluding her 2018 campaign to be Georgia’s governor — refusing to concede in a race marred by voter-suppression tactics and won by Republican Brian Kemp, Georgia’s former secretary of State, who’d held on to his job managing the election despite being a candidate in it — Abrams has been busier than ever. She and her team have filed a federal lawsuit and launched an organization called Fair Fight to challenge Georgia’s entire electoral system; Lauren Groh-Wargo, Abrams’s former campaign manager and the CEO of Fair Fight, has compared the suit to Brown v. Board of Education in the scope of the injustice it aims to remedy. Abrams has also recently published a widely circulated essay about identity politics for Foreign Affairs; shared a stage with Ava DuVernay in California; appeared in an ad touting Fair Fight during the Super Bowl; and been a guest on Late Night With Seth Meyers, BuzzFeed’s AM2DM, and NPR’s Wait Wait … … [Read more...] about Stacey Abrams for ….
“For women who want to have a hands-off, low-tech birth, many of us just don’t want to negotiate that in the midst of labor,” she says. Many home-birth advocates are concerned about what they call the “cascade of interventions,” in which one procedure leads inexorably to another, often culminating in a C-section. A third of all births in this country are via C-section, a rate far higher than that in most other developing nations. (According to the World Health Organization, C-section rates shouldn’t go above 15 percent.) Experts debate why so many laboring women end up in the operating room. Some cite elevated rates of obesity and rising maternal age, which both increase the C-section risk. But it seems clear that at least some of the increase is due to doctors who fear lawsuits, or who simply lack the time or patience to attend to a vaginal birth that’s gone on too long. … [Read more...] about Home Birth: Increasingly Popular, But Dangerous