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Students try to deal with pandemic straining mental health

* Sarah, Washington, DC. * Hudson, California. Kelly Davis, associate vice president of peer and youth advocacy, Mental Health America, Alexandria, VA. Jane Cooley Fruehwirth, Associate Professor, Department of Economics; faculty member, Carolina Population Center, UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. Laura S. Gray, PhD, clinical psychologist, Children’s National Hospital, Washington, …

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Nutley Public Library Events for April 2021

April 1 – 30 – Spring into Reading Challenge – Nutley Public Library challenges patrons to read for at least 600 minutes (20 minutes / day) in April! Topy readers of each age group will win a gift card to a local business and be honored with a bookplate in …

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Harry Maguire missed for Manchester United is epic

To be fair, Harry Maguire is a center-back, not tasked with scoring. To be unfair, let’s clown the all-time howler he just unleashed on the world. The Manchester United defender had the mother of all Europa League tap-in opportunities against AC Milan on Thursday, and, well, it happened: Still images …

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Google Doodle honors the life of activist Claudia Jones

Claudia Jones, feminist, anti-racist activist and organizer of what has become the precursor of the hugely popular Notting Hill Carnival in London, is today honored as Google Doodle in the UK. On this day in 2008, Jones received a large British postage stamp in the “Women of Distinction” series to …

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