Academy of the Holy Names Valedictorian Lauren Dingle, 18 Parents: Kimberly and Phillip Dingle College: University of Notre Dame Major: Business Co-Salutatorian Sydney Lowman, 18 Parents: Bradlea and Mark Lowman College: Loyola University New Orleans Major: Environmental Science Co-Salutatorian Katherine Taulbee, 18 Parents: Susan and David Taulbee College: University of Virginia Major: Accounting Alonso High School Valedictorian Angelina K. Youngs, 18 GPA: 8.20 Parents: Marie and Erik Youngs College: University of Tampa Major: Political Science and Economics Salutatorian Paul Trung-Hieu Duong, 17 GPA: 7.68 Parents: Wendy and Phuc Duong College: University of South Florida Major: Biomedical Sciences Armwood High School Valedictorian (Collegiate Academy) Matthew Wade, 17 GPA: 8.50 Parents: Barry and Lynn Wade College: University of Central Florida Valedictorian (Traditional) Madison Hair, 18 GPA: 6.40 Parents: Michael and Jennifer Hair College: Louisiana State University Salutatorian … [Read more...] about At the top of their classes
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Updated 9:53 pm PST, Tuesday, November 6, 2018 New York Democratic congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks with reporters after voting, Tuesday Nov. 6, 2018, in the Parkchester community of the Bronx, N.Y. New York Democratic congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks with reporters after voting, Tuesday Nov. 6, 2018, in the Parkchester community of the Bronx, N.Y. Photo: Bebeto Matthews, AP FILE - In this Oct. 1, 2018 file photo, Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley speaks at a rally at City Hall in Boston. On Nov. 6, Pressley became Massachusetts' first black woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. less FILE - In this Oct. 1, 2018 file photo, Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley speaks at a rally at City Hall in Boston. On Nov. 6, Pressley became Massachusetts' first black woman elected to the U.S. House of ... more … [Read more...] about A look at some of the winners in House races around the US
Florida has more people covered under Obamacare than any other state, and is second only to California when it comes to seniors on Medicare. Yet the state’s uninsured rate is still higher than the national average. So it’s no wonder that health care is among the top concerns for voters in the midterm elections — or that Florida has become fertile ground for a new debate over an old idea: "Medicare for all."The concept has been a major talking point for Andrew Gillum, the Democratic candidate for governor, at least during the primary campaign. He has said he supports Sen. Bernie Sanders’ proposal, which calls for a government-run health care system funded by income-based premiums on employers and households, and tax code changes that would make higher earners pay more."Politicians are using the Medicare for all program as a spring board for universal coverage. That’s the ultimate goal, and that conversation is not going away," said Anne Swerlick with the … [Read more...] about What would Medicare for all’ look like in Florida?
Opinion OCT. 3, 2018 Opinion The Senate Should Not Confirm Kavanaugh. Signed, 650+ Law Professors. The following letter will be presented to the United States Senate on Oct. 4. It will be updated as more signatures are received. Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge. As the Congressional Research Service explains, a judge requires “a personality that is even-handed, unbiased, impartial, courteous yet firm, and dedicated to a process, not a result.” The concern for judicial temperament dates back to our founding; in Federalist 78, titled “Judges as Guardians of the Constitution,” Alexander Hamilton expressed the need for “the integrity and moderation of the judiciary.” We are law professors who teach, research and write about the judicial institutions of this country. Many of us appear in state and federal court, and our work means that we will continue to do so, including before the United … [Read more...] about The Senate Should Not Confirm Kavanaugh. Signed, 650+ Law Professors.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by In this week’s Race/Related newsletter, a conversation with the award-winning novelist Tayari Jones about Anita Hill and Christine Blasey Ford. ByLauretta Charlton Sept. 29, 2018 Please sign up here to have the Race/Related newsletter delivered weekly to your inbox. This week made me think a lot about black sisterhood as an antidote to which many black women turn in times of pain and suffering. In 1991, Tayari Jones was a 20-year-old graduate student at the University of Iowa working on her Ph.D. She was a young black woman who had grown up in Atlanta, a graduate of Spelman College. Iowa, more than 90 percent white, was a culture shock, and the isolation that Ms. Jones felt there was made more palpable by the fact that the Clarence Thomas hearings were playing out in the background. … [Read more...] about Black Sisterhood in the Shadow of the Brett Kavanaugh Hearings