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Lowell Hahn describes the beginnings of the Washburn Law Journal in the early 1960s during the Journal's 50th Anniversary Celebration held Saturday, April 16, 2011, in Topeka, Kansas. See http://washburnlaw.edu/news/2011/2011-04wljbanquet.php for more information. Hahn discusses how the first volume was developed and created. The editors attended the National Conference of Law Reviews. A printer in Topeka was identified and a cover was designed. It was determined that all articles would conform to Harvard Bluebook citation form and be edited for proper English grammar. Hahn concludes that as a result of participation in law journal his practice was positively impacted because it gave him the tools to write better pleadings, motions, and briefs. Eric Turner, volume 50 editor-in-chief, intro...
Course work mock response to interview question on conflict.
UMass Lowell biological sciences senior Nathan Manalo, one of the Chief Editors of the UMass Lowell Journal of Undergraduate Research invites students to submit their research articles, papers or abstracts for the Spring 2013 edition of the Journal. Students are also encouraged to get involved with the Journal, as there are many opportunities available. Learn More at http://www.uml.edu/UMLJUR See Also: http://www.uml.edu/Research
High on Crack Street: Lost Lives in Lowell is a 1995 American documentary film directed by Richard Farrell, Maryann DeLeo and Jon Alpert. It was a co-production of HBO and DCTV, produced by Farrell, DeLeo, and Alpert. The documentary takes place about 30 miles northwest of Boston in the economically depressed former mill city of Lowell, Massachusetts.
Bottega Veneta's opening of a new store on Rodeo Drive is part of the continued effort to feed the relatively healthy appetites of wealthy Americans, amid luxury-economy doldrums in Asia and Europe. WSJ's Christina Binkley discusses on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Spencer Lowell/Bottega Veneta Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
by James Russell Lowell, performed by Folkswitch. From the album Phantasmagoria: Witches, Fairies, Ghouls and Goblins https://www.folkswitch.com/journal/midnight-by-james-russell-lowell-1842/ Midnight by James Russell Lowell (1819-1891) The moon shines white and silent On the mist, which, like a tide Of some enchanted ocean, O'er the wide marsh doth glide, Spreading its ghost-like billows Silently far and wide. A vague and starry magic Makes all things mysteries, And lures the earth's dumb spirit Up to the longing skies: I seem to hear dim whispers, And tremulous replies. The fireflies o'er the meadow In pulses come and go; The elm-trees' heavy shadow Weighs on the grass below; And faintly from the distance The dreaming cock doth crow. All things look strange and mystic, The very b...
The next in a series of videos starring Jud Hale. This time he discusses Massachusetts. Transcription: I think Massachusetts, the sort of atmosphere of it goes back to all the way to 1630, when the Puritans established the Massachusetts Bay colony. Now this is ten years after the Mayflower and the pilgrims that landed in Plymouth. This is the Puritans, and I think they permeate the atmosphere and the feeling and the soul of Massachusetts. They were very wealth people or they accumulated a great deal of wealth. They had large families they weren't that pure that way. They were very generous, no bless, no bleed, you've heard that statement, no bless no bleed that comes from the Puritans. If you've got the opportunity than you should give. No bless no bleed. But they didn't derive an...
There are currently eight weed species in Nebraska with resistance to at least one herbicide. Five of those species have resistance to glyphosate. Lowell Sandell, Valent Field Market Development Specialist, recaps field trial results aimed at controlling waterhemp.
http://publiceyes.com - The Lowell, MA police department has deployed PublicEye, a new public safety app on their iPad, iPhone, and Android devices. Learn how PublicEye is helping them protect and serve the city of Lowell. To play with our user interface or sign up for a free 30-minute web demo, visit our homepage! PublicEye User Interface - http://www.publiceyes.com/ui.aspx 30-Minute Web Demo - http://www.publiceyes.com/events.aspx