Man Utd abandon League Cup, Spurs and Chelsea advance

Published on: 09/22/2021 – 11:12 PMAmended: 09/22/2021 – 11:10 PM London (AFP) Manchester United withdrew from the League Cup as West Ham avenged their painful loss to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side with a 1-0 win at Old Trafford, while Chelsea and Tottenham survived the shots on goal to reach the …

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The case of Gabby Petito and how he captivated the Internet

Martin G. Reynolds, executive director of the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, said he was struck by the disproportionate focus of news outlets on missing white women, a focus he said is compounded by competitive coverage. (At a journalism conference in 2004, PBS presenter Gwen Ifill described this phenomenon as …

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Meredith Martin on the New Indies tapestries

Hôtel de la Marine, Paris. Photo: Frédéric Soltan / Getty Images. THIS SUMMER IN PARIS, two museums installed versions of the same works of art – 18th century French tapestries from a royal series known as “New Indies”(New Indies) – to tell very different stories about the European heritage of …

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Study Abroad Programs Resume With COVID-19 Restrictions

As students planning to study abroad in the fall semester prepare for their travels, many programs are proceeding as planned, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Mala Ghosh, Associate Dean and Senior Director of Tufts Global Education, said it was exciting to see students return to study abroad. “Students have arrived …

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Ca Marche Crêperie: Coming soon to the crêperie and the cider

Traditional pancakes from the French pancake capital, plus local ciders in an exciting place to come A new restaurant focused on Breton pancakes and cider worms will soon open in the downtown Vancouver House development. Called Ça Marche Crêperie, the new business comes from esteemed local restaurateur Maxime Bettili, owner …

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