As the editors of National Review put it, “a good week for Pruitt sees only one report of behavior that is bizarre or venal.” And this has not been a good week for Pruitt. The Washington Post has run two stories limited strictly to the subcategory of “Pruitt using the powers of his office to enrich his wife.” First, Pruitt used EPA resources to try to get his wife, Marlyn, a Chick fil A franchise. But that story is so last week.
I don think they generally try to deter out of state applicants but for transfers it does seem that they have a lot of relationships with Californian community colleges. The majority of transfers I know came from California community colleges and other UCs. I don know if they are less likely to accept people from other schools.
FADEL: The 55 year old walks through the streets of a middle class neighborhood of Cairo. The singing draws people to their balconies to watch him. And like the pied piper, he draws first one child, then two, then it’s a crowd of more than a dozen kids giggling and clapping along.
And here this guy who is long gone, he died in ’87, will never know that his drawings are in a New York art gallery and that they are reproduced in a lovely book. But these drawings just had to make their way into the world somehow. So I see it as the story of the triumph of art.
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There’re problems at McDonald’s that may indicate deeper needs for change. For instance, McDonald’s is losing relationships with key institutions and customers. In the last year the International Olympic Committee cut ties with McDonald’s and the Los Angeles Unified School District and California Federation of Teachers demanded an end to McTeacher’s Nights.
[slideshow: design week at the nightwood society,left,5ada733e9245030158d5cd95] Cultivating Creative Space at the Nightwood 1:55 Michelle Battista is the founder of the Nightwood Society, the collective of women creating a safe space for artists and designers to come together to learn and share their skills. Their unique event space, the Nightwood, is hosting parties of every kind and offering ways to widen your foodie skill set. Some of the events the Nightwood Society have put on include tastings for Oregon grown olive oil, top drawer chefs cooking to raise money for Puerto Rico, wine tastings that spill over into secret locations even classes on how to butcher a hog or chicken.