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Social Circle: Where do you want to travel?

Published April 14, 2012

A lot of people traveled this past week because of the holidays and / or spring break vacations, which left others with the desire to hit the road - or the sky. So this week, asked the social circle where they would travel if they could.


Hike for Hope provides opportunity for participants and recipients

Published April 9, 2012

Hike for Hope is a 1,200-mile hike spanning four countries - France, Spain, England and Scotland - that's also a fundraiser for the Catalyst Foundation, an organization that helps abandoned and neglected children in Vietnam. Milwaukee's Loyal Mehnert organized the event that will take place in late spring / early summer.


Upon reflection, Trussoni says success was a surprise

Published April 24, 2007

If you think that the publication of an author’s first book by a big publishing house is always a moment of joy, think again. If you think that book’s garnering wide acclaim and being named one of the 10 best books of the year by the New York Times Book Review is invariably cause for cheer, Danielle Trussoni can tell you otherwise.


Ellis' "The Turtle Warrior" swims through choppy issues

Published Feb. 15, 2005

Gather 'round, let me tell you a story. It's about a struggling family living in rural America in 1967. It's about a war that no one can fathom. It's about the complex threads that bind us to family, friends, neighbors and memories. It's Ellis' "The Turtle Warrior."

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Torture, Morality and War

Barbarism and the law collide in war. The law is vital for mitigating the most brutal aspects of collective killing. Today, both dimensions are present in the intense politicized debate in Washington about CIA torture of terror suspects. The Senate Intelligence Committee report released December ...

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