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In contrast to the very urban setting of Morningside, Lamont is on a former country estate. It’s forested, there’s wildlife, and we have a wonderful view of the Hudson looking out from the Palisades, which are themselves a wonderful geological record of what happened to this continent 200 million years ago. Yet our scientists go back and forth on an hourly basis and continue to expand their engagement with other components of the University Arts and Sciences, the medical and law schools, the School of International and Public Affairs.

Develop a sense of well being from within. Don’t live with the attitude of greed or excess. There is enough for everyone. Officials say you can find these sneaky energy users by turning your lights off, and seeing what electronics have “standby lights.” Electronics like TVs, cable boxes, DVRs and MP3 players typically have them, and they are a telltale sign that your power is slowly draining even though the product isn’t in use. Household spends $100 a year on plugged in electronics not in use. So, officials say to unplug devices when you not using them, including adapters for battery powered gizmos that are not connected, or are fully charged.

A fun RSVP card can get the baby shower fun started when your guest lets you know that he or she will be able to share the day with you. Leave space for a ‘helpful hint for the new mom’ or ask them to let you know what food or drink they would like to bring if you’re hosting a potluck. Don’t forget to provide stamped postcards or envelopes!.

Lowe, president and chief executive officer for Scripps. Passion for the newspaper business and his unwillingness to settle for anything less than financial success and editorial excellence is evident in the industry leading performance of our newspaper group. Contreras, 44, joined Scripps in January 2005 as vice president of newspaper operations, coming to the company after serving five years as a senior vice president for Pulitzer Newspapers Inc.

Losick is a past chairman of the Departments of Cellular and Developmental Biology and Molecular and Cellular Biology. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a member of the American Philosophical Society, a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology. He is a recipient of the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Teacher Scholar Award, the Selman A.

Erik Gray, an associate professor of English and comparative literature, explores how poetic traditions are formed. An expert in Romantic and Victorian poetry as well as English literature and the classics, he is currently researching the development of love poetry in the West since classical times. “It’s a very easy subject to teach,” Gray noted.

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