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Murder: From Las Vegas to Baltimore

My younger brother, Michael, was murdered in our hometown of Tucson just over two years ago. As the images of the horrific massacre in Las Vegas are still fresh in our minds, I can’t help but think of the pain and anguish that 58 families of those murdered are experiencing.

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Rosh Hashanah: Tailor-Made for the New School Year

For many independent schools, the High Holidays often fall within the first month of a new academic year. When they fall during the week, numerous independent schools close for the holiday. Though Rosh Hashanah is a Jewish holiday, its purpose is tailor-made for the educational world and new school year.

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What the Solar Eclipse Taught Me About Science, Technology and Community

I have long known the power of science to amaze and inspire. It was wonderful to see technology add dimensions to my and others’ experience, whether through reporting or watching someone’s Instagram video in the path of totality. But for me, the lasting take-away from the 2017 solar eclipse is how science and technology brought people together.

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