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But the STEM shortage is real? Right? I mean, everyone says so. Nope. Not by a long shot. nybooks.com/articles/archi… pic.twitter.com/vVJCRIWbox
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Civil union isn't adequate substitute to marriage, as Dworkin showed in this beautiful piece. nybooks.com/articles/archi… pic.twitter.com/vbUCRDKOSW
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April Bernard on Pippi Longstocking’s “eagerness for mayhem” j.mp/1deqSGZ pic.twitter.com/ify5EcxoTy
For students without financial support, college can be a very hard road indeed j.mp/1d4cPU5 pic.twitter.com/3b8CFNQIhS
Read W.H. Auden's account of a meeting with the "brilliant young composer" Benjamin Britten: bit.ly/1JTZjQ4 pic.twitter.com/OUsdslIwAm
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"Dreams and Anna Karenina" On the particular genius of Tolstoy: long.fm/ZZY2lsW (by Janet Malcom, @nybooks) pic.twitter.com/KxCQw3QRkc
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Saul Bellow (born 100 years ago today), as drawn by David Levine pic.twitter.com/46l7EXDYdl
Really interesting points made in this piece on the next generation of digital journalism > nybooks.com/articles/archi… pic.twitter.com/6NHPa5k4Um
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Smart analysis on new media, and good distinction btwn platform & journalistic innovation nybooks.com/articles/archi… pic.twitter.com/WDJUZhG4tr
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From a transcript of Allen Ginsberg’s 1969 court testimony j.mp/1RJClh8 pic.twitter.com/viw0TbdvM6
Freeman Dyson on a new book of photos taken by cameras on the Hubble Space Telescope bit.ly/1QaBmDX pic.twitter.com/zw2GdQ7lkF
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"Training Young Doctors" On the grueling pace of medical residency: bit.ly/1J2dX7m (Lara Goitein, @nybooks) pic.twitter.com/zdVuV4GxIB
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