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College Approved Snacks

Annie's Homegrown Cheddar Bunnies Baked Crackers Brookside Dark Chocolate Covered Acai with Blueberry. Craisins Dried Pomegranate Cranberries Special K Blueberry Cereal Bars Kashi TLC Crackers Stacey's Pita Chips Multigrain Crystal Light Cherry Pomegranate Energy Drink Quaker Oatmeal True Delights Instant Oatmeal Wild Blueberry Muffin Haagen Dazs Raspberry Sorbet Dryers Fruit Popsicle Bars Tangerine Flavor

Earth Hour

Will you be a part of it? March 26, 2011 at 8:30pm

Where is the Fine Line

When studying and exploring the expanding subject of anthropology, it is easy for one to become fascinated by the marvel and the allure of learning and analyzing the intricacies of mankind and the evolution of our unique and amazing species. In this particular study unlike other academic fields, it is difficult to examine and look at anthropology like mathematics or physics for example. Although they are complex and crucial for the human existence they lack something that is profound and of greater complexity, where philosophy/ethics and science are intertwined to create the most intricate being of all, the human being. In article, Museums and Tribes, one of the most important themes the author explains is the idea of how law, ethics and value are all connected. In the article, Stephen Kinzer goes on to discuss the issue and controversy of the Kennewick Man that was discovered in the 1990s in the state of Washington.             According to the Native American Graves Protect…

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An Archaic Wonder Ruined?

The small town of Allionia remains to be an ancient roman spa settlement near the Aegean Sea roughly eighteen kilometers north east of Bergama (ancient Pergamon) in Turkey, along the road of Ivrindi. It has remained an important site through the centuries but in recent studies it has been a major subject and an increasing problem in modern archaeology. In recent studies, the ancient site has been completely covered with sand in preparation for the building of the Yortanli dam, despite protests from activist and archaeologists. According to Turkish State Hydraulic Works they began devising a plan sixteen years ago to dam the Illya River with the Yortanli Dam to create a reservoir in order to increase agricultural productivity in the area. Many agree that covering the roman settlement with sand is the only way to protect the site while submerged under water, many archaeologists and experts disagree with this decision.             Throughout history, Allionia has remained an im…

Are You Aware

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