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In light of the earlier post on Dickinson’s energy challenge, I’ve been giving some thought as to what we can do individually and as a class to reduce our energy consumption (particularly for the month of March, but also more generally). So, as the professor, I will: Only use natural light in my office, except […]

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  President Durdin signed the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment, pledging that our school would reach carbon neutrality by 2020. To obtain this goal, we need to start reducing our energy consumption. This year, our energy challenge is to reduce energy consumption as a school by 10% during the month of March. The Center […]

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The Soviets made widespread use of propaganda–in the form of posters, literature, radio, film, and later television–in order to show that communism was better than capitalism and that the Soviet Union was, at the very least, moving towards communism. Several of these campaigns centered around Lenin’s slogan, taken from the second of today’s readings, that […]

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