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I Choose to Look Above the Prison Walls…

Chelsea Horton , November 15th, 2019


From razor wire to emotional barriers, women serving life sentences contend with walls of all kinds—physical, rhetorical, and of their own making. My walls were riddled with bullet…


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Cash, Credit, or The Good Life

Ted Fischer , October 11th, 2014


When shopping, we behave differently when we pay in cash versus when we use a card (credit, debit, or gift). This is one of those everyday anomalies that…


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Cash, Credit, or The Good Life

Ted Fischer , October 11th, 2014


When shopping, we behave differently when we pay in cash versus when we use a card (credit, debit, or gift). This is one of those everyday anomalies that…


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Cash, Credit, or The Good Life

Ted Fischer , October 11th, 2014


When shopping, we behave differently when we pay in cash versus when we use a card (credit, debit, or gift). This is one of those everyday anomalies that…


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Road to Victory: Syria’s Zenobians Stand to Win International Rugby Tournament

Eva Bartlett , October 2nd, 2014


photo by Eva Bartlett By Eva Bartlett While I don’t follow organized sports, when I got the opportunity to meet the only rugby team in Syria and see…


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