- Jul 2020
Science Matters Brown Bag Lunch and Learn: Tools for Thinking About Risk During the Pandemic. (2020, June 17). Linda Hall Library. https://www.lindahall.org/event/science-matters-brown-bag-lunch-and-learn-the-cognitive-science-of-decision-making/
- May 2020
Dunn, C. G., Kenney, E., Fleischhacker, S. E., & Bleich, S. N. (2020). Feeding Low-Income Children during the Covid-19 Pandemic. New England Journal of Medicine, 382(18), e40. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMp2005638
- School Breakfast Program
- health effect
- risk of infection
- National School Lunch Program
- federal nutrition
- financial assistance
- food insecurity
- social distancing
- transmission reduction
- psychological distress
- federal aid
- Oct 2019
Administrators at all but the most selective institutions believe their institutions are threatened by scaling flagship national universities that are making substantial investments in their online programs,
- Feb 2018
In a way the Beat Generation is a gathering together of all the available mod- els and myths of freedom in America that had existed before, namely: Whit- man, John Muir, Thoreau, and the American bum. We put them together and opened them out again, and it becomes like a literary motif, and then we added some Buddhism to it. - Gary Snyde
This is a good quote and raises two ideas:
- Gary Snyder is a very interesting member of the Beat Generation when considering Beat Spirituality because in his explicit involvement in Buddhist practice. His depiction in Kerouac's The Dharma Bums is also revealing of his character and significance in the movement.
- Buddhism mixes, in the Beat Generation, with ideas of freedom (one of the all-times American values). As I want to consider how the Beats reacted to the American values of mid-century society, it is interesting to consider how they personally understood the ideal of freedom. Buddhism is one of the ways in which they re-invented it and connects to freedom from the ego, or the self. Other writers, for instance William Burroughs, considered freedom in more institutional/political ways (see his book Naked Lunch).
- Apr 2017
"lunch shaming" practices around the country, including students being given different food if they can't afford the regular hot lunch.
It's wrong for any reason.
- Jan 2016
I would like to see an accurate array of photographs of these tasty lunch options. What does a a "Princess Sandwich" even look like? Is a "Celery Sandwich" satisfying? I'd be pleased to see precise measurements of the ideal "Tea Biscuit" Sandwich.