Grigoris Argeros

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Full moon from the island of Othonous (Othoni), Greece’s western point. Corfu is in the background.
Youth populations are diversifying, yet declining, William H. Frey says. As a group, major metro areas experienced a 2010-2020 loss in their youth population, yet there are sharp variations, brook.gs/3rGKP2t
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Once again the Undergraduate Research Symposium this year did not disappoint. The presentations were amazing! @EMUsymposium @EasternMichU
Today is Pie Day (π), while in Greece it’s “pee” day (that’s how the letter “π” is pronounced in Greek).
3/11/2020: We were supposed to go online only for two weeks….
Decades of federal housing discrimination continues to disproportionately affect Americans of color, according to a new analysis of more than 200 cities published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology Letters. wapo.st/3KykU47
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A new book argues that many glitzy urban parks exist to secure the cultural and economic interests of the wealthy, not to provide an amenity that serves a broader community trib.al/tj9XBdY
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Dear Russian hackers, My student loans. Best, Greg
Glad Facebook is back. For a second, I thought I had to call people or meet them in person.
In these Rust Belt cities hit by population decline, refugees are bringing revitalization - USA TODAY apple.news/AEkNxFNaVQs2_J…
I will request bringing our pets to work once I go back to f2f teaching.
“The administration will launch a website allowing individuals to request the rapid tests…”. Given the racial, ethnic , and SES differences in computer & internet access, how will this work to capture everyone? washingtonpost.com/nation/2022/01…
Random thought: Given that Omicron is spreading like wildfire and the high odds of breakthrough cases among the fully vaxxed, is it a good idea to have packed football stadiums (Wash-Eagles and Seahawks-Rams)?
““Usually it’s a lot of fears and anxiety that don’t actually materialize once the shelters open,” said Jacquelyn Simone, policy director for the homeless advocacy group Coalition for the Homeless.” apple.news/AVbRX3zokQUGHX…
An important and deeply frustrating story from @katie_honan City Hall Withheld COVID Neighborhood Death Data During NYC’s 2020 Pandemic Peak, Emails Show thecity.nyc/2021/12/6/2282… via @THECITYNY
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Someone wrote in @Lin_Manuel’s name for NYC mayor. Too bad it only got one vote.
Explore #2020Census data: the ever-shifting tapestry of NYC’s tremendous diversity, and how, overall, only in the neighborhoods that added the most housing did all racial groups increase in size. Find the maps and data at storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/46a91a…
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My parents never made it beyond 6th grade. I’m the first in my immediate family to graduate HS, let alone get a Ph.D. A few past profs match the description in category B, but there’s particularly one who I politely choose not to disclose. twitter.com/anthonyocampo/…
This is sad. I had the honor taking his class while an undergrad at Queens College. RIP. twitter.com/johnpmerrick/s…
Interesting article; I doubt though it’s that simple. nytimes.com/2021/11/23/opi…
Association doesn’t mean causation, but 95% of the top 20 counties between 11/1-11/15, which registered the highest per capita covid case rate, voted for Trump. twitter.com/BridgeMichigan…
Remember when people were literally searching for “coronavirus beer”?
Hartville, Missouri, is the “Center of Population” for the US census.gov/newsroom/press…
How the Coronavirus Pandemic is Taking a Toll on Housing in the Bronx - The New York Times nytimes.com/2021/11/16/nyr…
95% of the top 20 counties with the highest per capita (100K persons) rate between 11/1-11/15 are those where Trump won 55+% of vote. twitter.com/BridgeMichigan…
How it started vs how it ended
Just finished reading “White Borders” by @ReeceJonesUH. Highly recommended!
These people fled the city during the pandemic and have returned to find rental rates in their old neighborhood are bonkers. wsj.com/articles/rente… via @WSJ
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An infamous anecdote about Robert Moses's racism took center stage in the culture war this week. Here's everything you need to know on both sides of the issue, thanks to an article by @GlennKesslerWP detailing the entire debate. planetizen.com/news/2021/11/1…
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Fascinating fact check on the claim in the Power Broker that Robert Moses had Long Island overpasses built low to exclude Black people from getting to the beach on buses. Turns out the accuracy of that famous detail is hotly contested washingtonpost.com/politics/2021/…
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Here’s to all the times I had to buy coffee, or something else, to use a business’s restroom. (Of course there are places in NYC that serve as indirect restrooms.) twitter.com/CityLab/status…
“the challenge of racism is primarily structural and material, not cultural and linguistic, and that a disproportionate focus on the latter can too often obscure the former.” Amen. twitter.com/jbouie/status/…
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“Coming from Sepolia, Greece, from a little neighborhood, just being in the White House with you today, that’s unbelievable.” 🇬🇷🏀twitter.com/POTUS/status/1…sthEE
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Everyone who thinks the Rothstein’s book is at all useful should read this. Please stop thinking the government did this outside of capital! twitter.com/Metropolitics_…
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Seeing quite a few news articles discussing the relationship b/w suburbs & the recent election cycle across the US. I would be curious to see how voting varied if suburbs were, lets say, differentiated between inner/outer, mature/developing, etc.
Perfect fall day in the city today.
Opinion | The ‘Third Rail of American Politics’ Is Still Electrifying - The New York Times nytimes.com/2021/11/03/opi…
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I've been trying to get people to care (not nearly as well as ⁦@HistDem⁩, ⁦⁦@dcvanriper⁩, and others, they've been doing the real work), but here's a giant reason to care. apnews.com/article/religi…
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Just received “Detroit in 50 Maps” from @belt_publishing. Now I also know how to draw Detroit.
Saw a cool map of Bigfoot sightings in Michigan earlier by @pslarson2, so I decided to make one for New York state. There was one Bigfoot sighting in Staten Island in 2003.
“But another explanation could be due to a key target for the race: The suburbs.” newsweek.com/virginia-subur…
Once again, 10/30/2013 vs 10/30/2021. Past vs present.
10/30/2013 vs 10/30/2021. Some things change, some not.
I swear it feels like the Dyer-East 180th section of the 5 train in the Bronx has been under construction for the past 30 years. #MTA
This is awesome! Looking forward to watching the film. twitter.com/TomSugrue/stat…
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