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  1. Jul 2018
    1. !1!HOLY NAMES UNIVERSITY COURSE SYLLABUSBIOL 11Human Physiology-Spring 2016Lecture on Monday & Wednesday 11am–12:15pm | Brennan 109Instructor:Chantilly Apollon, Ph.D.Email:apollon@hnu.edu Phone:510-436-1413Office:Brennan 116Office hours(Spring 2016):Monday 12:30-1:15pm, Tuesday 8:30-9:20am, and by appointmentCourse DescriptionAn integrated study of the functions of cells, tissues, organs and organ systems of the human body emphasizing regulation and homeostasis. Lecture: 3 hours. 3Units.PrerequisitesBIOL 1A, BIOL 17, and CHEM 7, all with grades of B-or better

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  2. Nov 2015
    1. Four-fifths of the city lay submerged as residents frantically signaled for help from their rooftops and thousands were stranded at the Superdome, a congregation of the desperate and poor.

      It's hard to remember how much of New Orleans was devastated and for how long.

  3. Oct 2015
    1. A ‘Financial Katrina’ is unfolding, which conveniently (for the developers) threatens to wipe out low-income neighbourhoods on potentially high-value land in many inner-city areas far more effectively and speedily than could be achieved through emi-nent domain.

      unplanned change that will allow the government to overcome initial resistance

  4. Aug 2015
    1. As of 2013, there were nearly 100,000 fewer black residents than in 2000, their absences falling equally across income levels. The white population decreased by about 11,000, but it is wealthier.

      Perhaps New Orleans is a global symbol of what Naomi Klein has called Disaster Apartheid Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein

    2. American dysfunction and government negligence

      "Bush doesn't care about Black people," made clear the neglect that we felt immediately, but it was only later the I became aware of the years of incompetence and broken systems that led to the storm surge doing so much damage. Immediately -- and for me to this day -- New Orleans was a symbol of carbon corporate power. Where is BP in this sentence in the Times?