Myers is interested in form, a focus that manifests itself in both lightness and strength in each piece, whether it’s a frame for a light box or sconce; a banister; or a table modeled on a vintage ironing board, with sculptural legs and a hand carved wooden top. Line and flow are his major concerns. Color is not..
The Law School faculty impressed him in other ways. In the fall of his first year as a law student, he was talking with several friends after a civil procedure class about not being able to go home for Thanksgiving. Within minutes they received an email invitation from Sarah Cleveland, the Louis Henkin Professor of Human and Constitutional Rights, who had been teaching the class and overheard their conversation.
M. Marcaide (Universidad de Valencia, Espaa), S. Martn (ESO, Santiago, Chile), K. They spent a week with fellow FFA members from across the country and got to visit the White House along with many other historical monuments. They also visited the Newsuem and the Holocaust museum. The group learned about advocacy and to celebrate diversity.
People donate their boats to charities for a number of different reasons, but the bottom line is boat donations save you time and money. Rather than paying to repair your boat and advertise it to the public, you can let a charitable donation do the legwork for you. According to the General Accounting Office, boat donations have generated more than $2.5 billion in tax deductions to date..
His spirits run high, despite the season ending injury. His support for his teammates and his school is nothing short of remarkable. An hour after his surgery was complete; James requested to return to his home. If we stop to think about it, hazardous waste surrounds us almost everywhere. Even private residences contain hazardous waste, though we’d rather not know that’s what it is. We all recognize this stuff: grandpa’s old TV that doesn’t work but there it sits in the garage; the fried circuit boards from the last power surge to hit the neighborhood before we knew about APC power backup systems; and the discarded batteries tossed in the junk room wastebasket that hasn’t been emptied for weeks..
This spring, Godzilla has been wreaking havoc worldwide as the latest incarnation of the skyscraper sized lizard stomps its way back onto the silver screen. The 2014 reboot of the iconic film franchise also highlights an enduring research interest of Gregory M. Pflugfelder, an associate professor of Japanese history at Columbia who teaches the popular undergraduate seminar “A Cultural History of Japanese Monsters.” He is also on the faculty at the University’s Weatherhead East Asian Institute.