Classical Studies

Mack (Makayla) Anne Kramer (June 12, 2002 – September 7, 2021)

Mack (Makayla) Anne Kramer died on September 7, 2021 in Laramie, WY. Mack was born to Richard and Marlene Kramer in Rock Springs, WY on June 12, 2002. Mack attended schools in Rock Springs starting with kindergarten in Little Lambs, then attended Northpark, Sage, and Pilot Butte elementary schools. Mack …

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When Jayalalithaa “raged, opposed” a film career: “My mother explained that there was no way out”

Kangana Ranaut is ready to conquer the big screen with her next biopic Thalaivii, which is based on the life of veteran actor and politician Jayalalithaa. Before the film’s release, we revisited Jayalalithaa’s interview with Simi Garewal on the latter’s talk show. In the first five minutes of the hour-long …

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Take a ragam on your run | Chennai News

Chennai: Violinist Kumaresh R and artist veena Jayanthi Kumaresh hope that the next time you run out, you do it with “the strings tied.” Or ‘Run with SA’, as they call it. The musicians have just released an album of training music based entirely on Carnatic ragams, with a little …

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TEST: “EXTERMINE ALL BRUTS” – Journal

Everything has a story. Words too. History can be forgotten, misinterpreted, mutilated, or even deleted, but it cannot be erased. The story runs through the phonic, orthographic and semantic veins of words. Attempts have been made to kill the story, but it resuscitates as someone practices the art of breaking …

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What is quantum computing? Answers from Erik Lucero from Google

To understand quantum computing, we spoke to Erik Lucero, PhD, researcher and site manager for Google Santa Barbara, the company’s Quantum AI campus. Lucero ’05 began his studies at CU Denver, where he earned a double major in Electrical Engineering and Physics. Erik Lucero, PhD, received a dual degree from …

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Highly active chemotherapy-free diet in R / R Hodgkin lymphoma

Three-quarters of patients with relapsed / refractory Hodgkin lymphoma remained alive without disease progression 3 years after treatment with nivolumab (Opdivo) and brentuximab vedotin (Adcetris), a prospective multicenter trial showed. Patients who underwent autologous stem cell transplantation (ASCT) after treatment with nivolumab-brentuximab had a 3-year progression-free survival (PFS) of 91%. …

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GTP Headlines Greece expresses sorrow for death of Philhellene archaeologist Stephen Miller

Stephen Miller in front of the Temple of Zeus in Nemea, southwest of Athens, September 25, 2013. Photo: AP / Source: US Embassy Stephen G Miller, the archaeologist who unearthed the ancient Nemean Stadium in the Peloponnese and dedicated his life to reviving the Nemean Games, died on Wednesday at …

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there’s more than one type – and our research reveals what makes every ticking

Nikhila Mahadevan, University of Essex Chances are, you’ve met a narcissist. Someone who thinks they are better than everyone else, dominates the conversation and enjoys the limelight. But scientists are increasingly realizing that not all narcissists are the same – some are, in fact, extremely insecure. In our new article, …

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Anja Harteros, Marian Anderson and Veronique Gens direct new CD / DVD releases

This week, two solo recital albums make up the novelties. One comes from one of the greatest living sopranos and the other comes from one of the great Baroque performers of our time. There will also be a set of recordings of a legendary mezzo-sopranos as well as an electronic …

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