Jun 25, 2012
The Brattleboro Reformer
SR native wins Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
She recently developed a strong interest in elderly care and, now, she says she has no idea which medical field she will enter.
Book Review: a Peace, They Saya
PEACE, THEY SAY: A HISTORY OF THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE, THE MOST FAMOUS AND CONTROVERSIAL PRIZE IN THE WORLD By Jay Nordlinger Encounter, $27.99 459 pages What on Earth has happened to the Nobel Peace Prize, which once was easily the world's most prestigious award? Consider that in 1953, Albert Schweitzer and Gen.
Contra Costa Times
Thoughts on the Run: Heroes help us see world in better light
Not only a diversion when stuck listening to a mind-numbing speaker, thinking of heroes helps keep a positive perspective on life.
Ten-Year-Old Local Author Publishes First Book
At an age when most kids' role models are the latest Disney Channel TV star or pop singer, ten-year-old Ashraya Ananthanarayanan of Upper Providence looks up to a very different person - doctor and Nobel Prize winner Albert Schweitzer.
Virtual Library Cat's Eye View
Friday's Feline Filosophy
Friday, June 25, 2010 Friday's Feline Filosophy As Albert Schweitzer said, "there are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats." You know where to find the cat, but did you know that all Hofstra students also have access to music online .