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"barnard college" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I was teaching at Barnard College she shared a message with my students which was all about owning our space and our voice in this country as writers of color end of conscience it reached was the last gasp I had in person in my classroom before the pandemic changed our way of life and her words stuck with me especially now at a time when the United States is once again facing a racial reckoning people all over the world on the streets owning their space owning their voices and demanding change it reaches an award winning author of several books including her debut nineteen ninety four novel breath eyes memory about a young Haitian girl reuniting with her mother in New York City and her two thousand and seven memoir brother I'm dying which goes into detail about the death of her own uncle who was eighty one years old when he died in an immigrant detention facility in Florida her latest book is titled everything in sight it's a collection of short stories were it to reach explores how people come to terms with death among other things the reflections and writing on the immigrant experience Haitian American identity and loss has gained her many awards including the macarthur genius award the Langston Hughes metal and then used at international prize for literature we wanted to check in with the two each and get her insight on the times we're living through right now in our conversation into each reach back to several cases of police violence against black men and women in New York City in the nineteen eighties and nineties cases that echo the current moment of today if we start the car will come back to let you know USA thank you.
Kaylin Marcotte, founder and CEO of JIGGY
"To a special bonus episode of skimmed from the couch for small business. Week we have a small business founder with us kaelin marco who is the founder and ceo of jigsaw puzzles. She was also our first employees here at the skin. So we are so so excited for this very special episode today kaelin. It is great to talk to you about everything including gygi. We are so proud of you. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you guys. I'm so happy to be here. It is certainly surreal but very excited to be just to kind of level set before japan so we started the skin. Twenty twelve week took in our first funding in the end of two thousand thirteen. So employees started january of two thousand fourteen and in like november kaelin emailed us called amounts that she was a consultant lever talk through her background but she loved the scam and wanted to join us and to know what that would look like and so we met her for coffee at our favorite cafe and we hired her before we had an office before we haven't seen and had no idea what her role would really be or what it would become but she was employee number one. So this is a very very full circle moment for us. So caitlin we're gonna start our interview the way we do all of them. Which is kim your resume for us. I moved to new york from california. Where i'm from to go to barnard college. I studied political science and then my first job was management consulting. I was hired into of these two year rotation all kind of entry level programs about a year and a half into that. I sent a cold email to my favorite newsletter. And you know wasn't quite sure where it would go but wanted to shoot my shot and a week later. We sat down at cafe clooney. And i walked away from that and it was like there is no world in which i'm not a part of this and hopped on board. Join you guys as your employees next three and a half years crazy amazing wild ride rings get bassedas and social amazing experience. That left and spent some time abroad moved to london. I'm started consulting on my own. Such gone freelance projects working with startups and a media. Company is my sister. And i started an organization around single use. Plastic consumptions called project. Plastic is icy k. And it was essentially like whole thirty for classic use so a thirty day curriculum to go plastic free and then i started working on gigi at the same time and launched last year. November twenty nineteen. We love jackie. And we are so proud of you as you talk through this skim. What gygi s yes. So gigi we say we make puzzles worth framing. The idea for it started in my scam days. It was just also around the same time that head space came out. There was starting to be a conversation around. Mindfulness and meditation. And i was looking for what that meant to be in kind of just a way to unwind at the end of the work day and is are doing jigsaw puzzles and found them relaxing and stress relieving. They got me away from my phone and computer. So i fell in love with puzzles. Twenty fifteen but the ones out there were just like thomas kincaid or puppies in a basket and cottage scenes and just really uninspiring our choices. So the idea kind of planted then of elevating and reinventing the puzzle. And then i started really working on it. I wanted to feature the work of emerging artists and help support their work so started creating in licensing are emerging female artists around the world they get a percentage of every sale wanted to reinvent the packaging and presentation and also saw four. What do you do with the puzzle once you're done with it so each gigi comes with puzzle glue and an applicator. So when you're done if you want to keep it and turn it into real real art
New York police charge 14-year-old with murder of college student
"Two New York police say they've made an arrest in connection with the fatal stabbing of Barnard College student Tessa majors in a Manhattan park back in December he's fourteen but Manhattan D. A. Cyrus Vance says he's being charged as an adult he's been charged with two counts of murder in the second degree with one count representing intentional murder and the other a felony murder a murder cost in the course of a robbery eighteen year old Tessa majors was from Charlotte's fail
Police: 14-year-old held in Barnard College student death
"Where Sean weaver was arrested Friday night and indicted by a grand jury on charges of second degree murder and robbery in the stabbing death of Tessa majors even though he will be tried as an adult Manhattan DA cy Vance says we're dealing with a fourteen year old and what I want to say is this district attorney is that we will be very careful to safeguard all the rights that he has days after the murder of thirteen year old was arrested only a fair process will result in true justice Vance says they have evidence including the defendant's own statements DNA witness testimony and video Julie Walker New York
Police: 14-year-old held in Barnard College student death
"Fourteen year old was Sean weaver was arrested Friday night in a Manhattan apartment building and charged as an adult with second degree murder according to police commissioner Dermot Shea we are confident that we have the person in custody who stepped up Tessa majors was killed in Morningside park on December eleventh during what police said was a botched robbery Manhattan DA cy Vance says the evidence against weaver is overwhelming video evidence the blood evidence the smartphone evidence the I. cloud evidence the witness identification and the defendant's own statements thirteen year old was arrested shortly after the murder and is also being charged Julie Walker New York
"barnard college" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Barnard College student Tessa majors Steve casting bombshells for fourteen year old was located and taken to a police precinct in upper Manhattan where he was questioned alongside his attorney and then released law enforcement officials said the team was found in the Bronx photos of the fourteen year old were released a few days ago along with the message that said he was wanted for questioning Intesa majors killing the eighteen year old was stabbed during an apparent robbery in a park near Columbia University the Barnard College freshman died soon after Steve casting down your Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has scored a landslide victory in a primary race for leadership of the ruling Likud party that gives the embattled leader an important boost ahead of the country's third election in less than a year strong showing by Israel's longest serving leader could give Netanyahu another opportunity to former government following the March election after falling short in two previous attempts this year one of the standoff between the house and the Senate continues president trump spent time it is Florida resort going after house speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats over Twitter correspondent Pamela brown tells president trump shutting the short lived Christmas spirit by attacking Democrats and calling his impeachment unfair tweeting the radical left do nothing Democrats said they wanted to rush everything through to the Senate because president trump is a threat to national security they are vicious will say anything but now they don't want to go fast anymore they want to go very slowly liars plane with one hundred people on board has crashed in cans expand officials report the Beck air aircraft went down shortly after taking off at Albany airport first.
"barnard college" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The killing of Barnard College student Tessa majors Steve custom bombshells for fourteen year old was located and taken to a police precinct in upper Manhattan where he was questioned alongside his attorney and then released law enforcement officials said the team was found in the Bronx photos of the fourteen year old were released a few days ago along with a message that said he was wanted for questioning Intesa majors killing the eighteen year old was stabbed during an apparent robbery in a park near Columbia University the Barnard College freshman died soon after Steve casting down your Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has scored a landslide victory in a primary race for leadership of the ruling Likud party that gives the embattled leader an important boost ahead of the country's third election in less than a year strong showing by Israel's longest serving leader could give Netanyahu another opportunity to former government following the March election after falling short in two previous attempts this year one of the standoff between the house and the Senate continues president trump spent time at his Florida resort going after house speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats over Twitter correspondent Pamela brown tells Jack president trump shutting the short lived Christmas spirit by attacking Democrats and calling his impeachment unfair tweeting the radical left do nothing Democrats said they wanted to rush everything through to the Senate because president trump is a threat to national security they are vicious will say anything but now they don't want to go fast anymore they want to go very slowly liars plane with one hundred people on board has crashed in cans extend officials report the deck air aircraft went down shortly after taking off at Albany airport first.
"barnard college" Discussed on KGO 810
"Killing of Barnard College student Tessa majors Steve Castin bombshells for fourteen year old was located and taken to a police precinct in upper Manhattan where he was questioned alongside his attorney and then released law enforcement officials said the team was found in the Bronx photos of the fourteen year old were released a few days ago along with a message that said he was wanted for questioning Intesa majors killing the eighteen year old was stabbed during an apparent robbery in a park near Columbia University the Barnard College freshman died soon after Steve casting down your Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has scored a landslide victory in a primary race for leadership of the ruling Likud party that gives the embattled leader an important boost ahead of the country's third election in less than a year strong showing by Israel's longest serving leader could give Netanyahu another opportunity to former government following the March election after falling short in two previous attempts this year one of the standoff between the house and the Senate continues president trump spent time at his Florida resort going after house speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats over Twitter correspondent Pamela brown tells residents from shutting the short lived Christmas spirit by attacking Democrats and calling his impeachment unfair tweeting the radical left do nothing Democrats said they wanted to rush everything through to the Senate because president trump is a threat to national security they are vicious will say anything but now they don't want to go fast anymore they want to go very slowly liars plane with one hundred people on board has crashed in cans expand Fishel's report the Beck air aircraft went down shortly after taking off at Albany airport first.
Police locate teen sought in slaying of Barnard student
"A teen connected to the murder of a Barnard College student is out of police custody the fourteen year old was questioned by New York City police with investigators also taking a DNA sample the teen is one of three persons of interest in the killing of Bernard freshman Tessa
"barnard college" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"With the latest and Suffolk County district attorney Rachel Rollins says preliminary evidence indicates this tragedy was very likely a double murder suicide G. A. Rollins says Erin Pascal under two children Allison and Andrew apparently died from impact off a high level of that garage while they're still looking at the circumstances the garage site itself is significant the same location as two other separate suicides this year the garage is owned by Northeastern University there is also a possible tie according to the DA to an incident I have the victim's residence not long before their deaths that is still being investigated thank you very much going all a fourteen year old boys suspected in a fatal stabbing in New York was found and now just released the chief of detectives tweeting out the news earlier today but giving very few details the boy is one of three teens suspect it or thought to be involved with the stabbing death of eighteen year old Tessa majors Barnard College freshman majors was stabbed to death in Morningside park near campus on December eleventh Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is being accused of sabotaging the Senate impeachment proceeding by Connecticut senior senator Richard Blumenthal in no trial does the defendant have they say about how the trial is going to be conducted the defendant doesn't get to set the rules for the trial Blumenthal accuses McConnell of saying he will not be impartial and we'll do the president's betting on Sunday Democrats issued new demands for McConnell to call witnesses who president trump refused to provide for the house investigation Republicans argue house speaker Nancy Pelosi must immediately sent articles of impeachment so this Senate America's listening to fox news three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go.
"barnard college" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"A Barnard College student fatally stabbed in morning sun park Lisa Matteo has more on the funeral of Tessa majors one by one they spoke of their most press just memories of the barnyard college freshmen who was fatally stabbed more than a week ago in Morningside park family friend David Smith delivered a quote which he felt represents Tessa majors her time was measured by her light glistening beams radiated out from this little son at the center of a quirky and sparkling universe funeral services were held on Saturday in Charlottesville Virginia the hometown of the eighteen year old it was a private ceremony that showcased her love of music and life so far thirteen year old was charged as a minor and a fourteen year old is wanted for questioning in the attack Lisa Matteo NBC news radio New York the remains of a couple found murdered on a Texas beach two months ago are now back in New Hampshire the ashes of James a Machel Butler were returned last week after the couple disappeared while traveling through Texas in their RV on October twenty seventh their bodies were found in a shallow grave in south padre island two suspects from Utah thirty three year old Adam Curtis Williams and thirty year old Amanda Noverre were arrested after they were found with the couple's RV the case remains under investigation Ford is recalling three types of cars due to a defect that may have cost fifteen crashes Cameron Fairchild reports the automaker says the hydraulic control unit could affect the brake pedal in more than a half million cars this includes Ford fusion mercury Milan and Lincoln MKZ models from two thousand six to twenty ten Ford has identified at least fifteen accidents which may have occurred because of the defect those crashes caused at least two injuries Ford says it will replace the units if needed Karen Fairchild NBC news radio Major League Baseball is agreed to a five year deal with some buyers the new deal could pave the way for an automated strike zone the employers have agreed to cooperate with the league in developing and testing automated ball strike calls John Jeffries NBC news radio you listen.
"barnard college" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Was a freshman at Barnard College America this welcome back to speaking of art on wind radio and now back to our interview I am so delighted to be able to welcome back healthy K. or sh curator of European art at that great encyclopedia museum the museum of fine arts Houston yeah and every debt relief for her her schoolfriend Louisiana hopper Mirer who would come to us and and Katahdin encouraged her to buy from data in particular and that's the wonderful the guns that have ended up in the metropolitan museum for the most part yeah she did and anyway you know I think it's a do it really speaks for of the American and spirit of looking ahead they were the buyers were not intimidated by public opinion they were they were is secure enough to buy something that may or may not pan out to be and investment in many ways but also because they just the were were true supporters of the avant garde it's not the modern things are great and we're gonna buying when we're going to you know keep them and let them in and put them in a museum I think that's that's a in that that actually speaks to the the second collection of money to Picasso very private collection of these anonymous the collective Koppel again hopeful buying what they love in buying it late you know if it was talking with Kevin Griffin into the soon to be emeritus director of the claimants library here at the university of Michigan he was saying that Warren Buffett and Bill Gates together pulling their funds together could not create the documents the books that we had the maps that we have the class library today something's just cannot be done this people this couple they were able remarkably to buy works of art in the late later part of the twentieth century which is is incredible could could you talk a little bit about their eyes so to speak well it's it's remarkable it's basically a an interest in French painting of course there are only two works by artists or there are two artists are presented or American there's a Winslow Homer thought that she really falls into French impressionism for the most part and so that their exited the her collection really traces all the important developments from the middle of the nineteenth to the middle of the twentieth century and put together as you say probably in the late twentieth century when these things were already fetching quite read a hefty price in is even have a fabulous Picasso that might have been influential to the from the OJ the women of Algiers which is remarkable done around nineteen fifty five when the cost was going through kind of like a transitional crisis period I guess in a whenever you're not transitioning all my god that is I I got to say hi I'm gonna let my audience knows something I'm not often right Helga but I don't know I was now when I was driving in the dark and this is something that I did this is a bit of a retrospective from our last conversation right Serra Hobson the fabulous publicist publicist there at the museum of fine arts Houston I asked her after a conversation about the the women of Algiers I said could you please ask Helga question that didn't occur to me during the conversation could the cost so possibly had been influenced by delic was painting the women of Algiers from his later his later work and she wrote she wrote to me quoting you you were kind enough even answer yes it is certainly possible the Delecour was purchased by the state and on the on the move sep Acosta would most likely have seen it you should have heard my patting myself on the back I did notice my arms were not long it's just one of those little associations I make thank you so much for for answering that good for you and now the yeah definitely you know it I love to cook you know it may be a lot of people don't but I love his art from the end of World War two on because it was such a transitional could could you remark a little bit on the on the ground you know he he he said that every time in his life his his personal life changed his are changed everything changed the way he painted even the house change the dog changed everything changed with every new woman in his life and he does go through so many phases the overdose we he has no say close relationships with a lot of women and so we he has a very long career and he is he absorbs so much and he uses inspiration from so many different areas you know from from Iberian sculpture African sculpture too old master painting to what his colleagues are doing it is simply remarkable and so in the late after World War two he really becomes very famous and and Debbie very well see as well and she has he's still at this point married to his first wife to Olga the ballerina who's wonderful for tree we also have and but he's had a very very a tempestuous relationship with the Dora Marr who is not married because he was still marriage to oda and the second portrayed in the exhibition of the Picassos is a portrait by outdoor mark which is very very aggressive in a way it's almost scary as a unit fracture and these deep color and and and contrasts is just really almost all right and do stylization of her face which really makes her look very very peculiar because of violence until it is all I have to listen to her to a few years before with the the paintings and drawings of retreads of alter it's completely different he is completely different there's some cut something in the relationship that goes to another level is more calm absolutely and you know she used to say that he didn't painter he painted himself and I think would be actually see in this in this portray is his reaction to their relationship it was just a bit she's also known as the crying woman from when the cop for which she Thursday as the inspiration if not the model and so he and she was known as the crying woman stated she was a very very emotional and when they broke up she actually you know how to be confined to a psychiatric hospital for awhile because she had complete nervous breakdown I I've called him a human wrecking machine when a large I mean for women he was and he was he could be extremely ruthless and the way he treated them by the you know from the outside it's also very difficult to judge what goes on in the relationship but in in the case in his case of course we can see we see some of the the the the tangible evidence in his work what he was feeling I think a great a great artist I remember some art historian who is writing a biography of him broke off and just simply so I couldn't continue anymore realize that in like in he was not you know I was a Richard and get about of course great he was I think he was in many ways a very charming person women really sell for him he was very amusing but he could also be very cool and I mean I give artists all kinds of leeway because it's very difficult to be an artist it takes an enormous amount of energy also you have to be somewhat selfish with your time and with your just with your own energy because it's it's it's a leeching kind of process but there are limits to how how you can treat the rest of the world yeah leasing German Helga K. our security of European art at the great museum of fine arts Houston a great friend of the show is our guest today talking about an exhibition you've gotta see are called impressionist autumn which is made up of two exhibitions Monet too because so a very private collection which you're talking about right now impaired Mars impressionist original she spoke about just a few minutes ago okay before we leave the I know just have a few more minutes but just on Picasso there's impression that I have of his style in bed frame to some extent by art historian John Berger I wanted you to give me your opinion on this that he was not interested at all in his own development as an artist or in the appraisal of art historians in it and the general public in terms of looking at his are developing from the early stage like early Titian to lay Titian he only was interested in what was in front of him and what materials he had in front of them at the moment he would do it he felt like it like an art machine and then he would go on to something else whether it was a painting whether it was sculpture weathers the those those majora plates or you're using splints of wood to make a mandolin in then penciling in the little details is that true that there we really can't think in terms of a developing artist Warner I think it's that it's it's probably simplifying the process a little bit I think he was you know he was very much aware of his own importance and I do think you know two degrees as a singer too he was absorbed he was a very visual person of course and he would be very absorber what was immediately in front of him but he's also he's a deep thinker he is well aware of artistry and I think just to say that that's really what he was only considering I think that's possibly simplifying it a bit I don't think there's an artist who thinks of himself only on you know for it for the day and a half that he's working on this in this particular style on this particular work there is a sense of continuation and not put on the other hand not every development in every artist is a straight forward there are you know there are there are curves and waves and circular movement so A. B. maybe it this may just be a little bit oversimplified thank you thank you very much for correcting me on that and informing us of that I have you know one of his paint what one of my favorites of his DA done during the German occupation of Paris called still want to steer skull one forty two and I find that one very very moving and then with his work in the fifties is is just incredible two two last questions quick questions Helga if I may number one was Berwick more so in love regime or did she always love Eduard wasn't wait just to stay close to her artist mentor by marrying his brother and number two and you know I have to ask you this question do you have a favorite work in this or that you can tell us an impressionist I let's start with the easy one impression Saddam I adored the morning I think it's absolutely magnificent from the Picasso to monitor because a Schaefer talking about that one isn't that fabulous landscape needed is an eighty nine was just on the verge of setting out to paint in series it's one of five and I wish I had the other for here as well it is stunning it's a the more you look at it the more you see what is the title of that one okay again it's the conference is to close it and then afternoon and it's absolutely it's when you look at the layers and layers of paint and it looks different every time you look at it it is is simply remarkable it is very simple in its in its conception I love his popular series you don't need anything we're here shows water and the bank of trees exactly exactly it's just he loved the reflection he relate and he was a master and in the more so show I must say I really I think that that the one that stands out to me is the picture from Chicago the woman and her twilight because this is so it sums up what she can do and beautifully so now about the love affair I would say yes and yes I think he ended up as he did it was a marriage and of convenience it was actually encouraged by Edward that she would marry his brother who I don't even think was really asked about but I think she was in love with Edward virtually from the moment they met he was a very intense and very captivating person but I think she she made her peace with the fact that she could not marry him and turned out to be quite happily married to the next best money is that isn't that great in the on the fact that they they both die Edward and hi way too young and it you know yeah and I think a rafaeli think of Mozart I think yeah what you might have been if they've been able to live either another five years yeah so true so true and then as I said at the beginning it for about members of steam it is really just a great detriment that she was not around in the nineties for a few more years because the paintings would have sold you to flee together with he now works of money being sold he was really making money in those years and she would have been able to sell a lot more as well but as it was a lot of works remained with the family and although many of her works are in great collections I think to set her back a bit in her recognition today well I'll tell you that is being rectified by the museum of fine arts Houston under your leadership with your wonderful staff with the support of Gerry to enter that wonderful director of the museum to correct that situation I mean Derek Moore says time has come it's it's time for duopoly America sodden bear marzo so true you know I think it's coming great freshness autumn this fabulous two exhibitions there at the museum of fine arts Houston again everybody go to M. five dot org M. F. A. H. dot org Helga ours curator of European art my gosh you have I think the luckiest job in the world because you've got such as well one for the work and all the time in this exhibition is just a great example of that thank you for coming back and being with me and my audience again on.
Manhunt underway for 14-year-old suspected Barnard stabber
"A thirteen year old boy accused in the murder of a Barnard College student will be in family court later today while police continue to search for a third suspect cops say the teen told them his friends robbed and stabbed eighteen year old Tessa majors last Wednesday in morning side park near the Barnard campus he faces second degree murder charges cops question to fourteen year old they're looking for another and neighbors
NYPD manhunt underway for 2nd teen suspect in student stabbing death
"News thirteen year old gonna be in family court today facing charges in connection with the murder of Barnard College student Tessa majors meanwhile there's a search under way for a second teenager that intense manhunt taking place in Harlem not far from where we're standing in the park where eighteen year old college freshman Tessa majors was stabbed to death last week the fourteen year old suspect was expected to turn himself in but police say he bolted from a car and has been missing ever since officers fanning out across upper Manhattan in the desperate search for him he was apparently identified by police by a thirteen year old suspect who is now in custody is correspondent
Tessa Majors murder suspect bolts on way to police
"News thirteen year old charged in connection with the death of the Barnard College freshman Tessa majors has a date in family court today while police were close to bringing in another suspect yesterday but he bolted while on his way to the police station police are searching for a third suspect in the murder of barnyard freshman tests the majors the team was expected to show up for questioning with his lawyer when he was spotted running from a car and hasn't been seen since then my PD is reportedly searching the area near one hundred twenty fifth street and Park Avenue in Harlem a thirteen year old boy has been charged with second degree murder and a fourteen year old was questions last week based on statements made by the boy facing charges police are still trying to identify all of the attackers involved in the brutal
13-year-old boy arrested in murder of Barnard student
"Police are continuing to question a fourteen year old boy while a thirteen year old boy is in custody and another still being sought in the murder of a Barnard College student the rest of such a young suspect that's another tragic element to the slaying of eighteen year old has a major that case rocking the city in court Friday and NYPD detective testified that thirteen year old said his two friends both young teens like him grab majors in a park near barnyard robbed her and then one of them slash her the day after police commissioner Dermot Shea made this vow those responsible however many there may be a will be brought to justice it's rare for young teens to be charged with murder in this city juveniles convicted in family court or sent to detention facilities until they're twenty one unless they're charged as an
Boy, 13, arrested in killing of Barnard College freshman
"The rest of such a young suspect adds another tragic element to the slaying of eighteen year old has a major is a case rocking the city in court Friday and NYPD detective testified that thirteen year old said his two friends both young teens like him grab majors in a park near barnyard robbed her and then one of them slash terror the day after police commissioner government Shea made this battle those responsible however many there may be a will be brought to justice it's rare for young teens to be charged with murder in this city juveniles convicted in family court or sent to detention facilities until they're twenty one unless they're charged as an adult Julie Walker New York
13-year-old boy arrested in murder of Barnard College student Tessa Majors
"City an arrest is made in the murder of a college student here's ABC's Erin critters gave the NYPD arrested a thirteen year old in connection with the fatal stabbing of Barnard College freshman Tessa majors the juvenile was taken into custody less than thirty six hours after majors was stabbed in a park she managed to climb a flight of stairs collapsed in front of a security kiosk and diverse stab wounds at the hospital police have recovered a knife law enforcement sources told ABC news the juvenile has made statements linking himself to the crime detectives are now looking for as many as two others and a thirteen year old is expected to be charge of murder hello the robbery as well as possession of
Boy, 13, arrested in New York college student stabbing death
"The U. S. police here in New York City have arrested a very young suspect in the stabbing death of an eighteen year old college student in Morningside park not far from Columbia University the NYPD arrested a thirteen year old in connection with the fatal stabbing of Barnard College freshman Tessa majors the juvenile was taken into custody less than thirty six hours after majors was stabbed in a park she managed to climb a flight of stairs collapsed in front of a security kiosk and diverse stab wounds of the hospital police have recovered a knife law enforcement sources told ABC news the juvenile has made statements linking himself to the crime detectives are now looking for as many as two others he sees Erin to
"barnard college" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Manhattan after Barnard College freshman was stabbed to death yesterday investigators say looks like eighteen year old Tessa majors was robbed a knife to multiple times around five thirty PM near the entrance at west one hundred and sixteenth street these women live in the area if I'm with a group Ben all like cross there at the otherwise there's just no real reason to go with a walk my dog there you know all the parks riverside all of whom I'm very careful a group of three to four men were apparently seen running from the park when it happened cops reportedly speaking with persons of interest majors who played bass and sang back up for a rock band was reportedly identified by her cell phone after a security guard found her and called nine one one I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven W. A. B. C. near the NYPD tonight questioning two teens in connection to the deadly stabbing chief of detectives Ronnie Harrison says it appears a third person also may be involved the two orthodox Jewish victims of the shooting attack on a kosher grocery store in Jersey city were laid to rest among huge crowds of greeting mourners correspondent Steve cast abound says the investigation is confirming some of the speculation about the motor jerseys top law enforcement official has now confirmed what most people have been speculating about the hours long shoot out that began with the killing of three people in a kosher grocery store the evidence points towards acts of hate I can confirm that were investigating this matter this potential acts of domestic terrorists but a Jersey Attorney General go Breer gray wall cautioned that they're still gathering evidence about the shooters David Anderson and Francine Williams we are still working to determine how they selected their particular targets he said the group the black Hebrew Israelites was not connected to the shooting although Edison had been interested in the fringe organization I'm Steve cast inbound awake for detective Joseph seals we held Monday at McLaughlin funeral home in Jersey city in a mass Tuesday at ten AM at Saint Etienne stirs the thirty nine year old detective is the father of five prior to the judiciary committee's vote later today on articles of impeachment president trump showing the nation he's focused on other things the president took time out from scores of re tweet about impeachment to attend a bi partisan event on the push for paid family and medical leave starting with federal employees but the rewards are there with this administration you get their rewards with other administrations it just never worked but we get it done they may like me they may not but we get it done okay thank you all very much the Dow closing up two hundred twenty points islanders getting in Florida taking on the Panthers Rangers in San Jose meant signing red Sox pitcher Rick Purcell to a one year deal nationals third baseman Anthony.
"barnard college" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Mexico city graduated from barnard college in two thousand eight with a degree in comparative literature she studied translation theory at the national autonomous university of mexico as a fulbright scholar so she studied literature okay so rather she's qualified as archaeologist or not kind of is mm aside the point of whether she should have said any of this in the article itself are read this paragraph maybe i can't read this paragraph on the air but she said is it profane it's graphic violence graphic violence should be okay alright parents you're being warned graphic violence go ahead okay so priests carried the body to another issue will space were they laid it face up armed with years of practice detailed and it's how medical knowledge in some kind of blades sharper than today's surgical citizen yes okay this is a form of rock when it's right yeah it's a black rock and it's chipped is very very sharp okay so they made a clubs flat clubs like cricket cricket club yeah but they'd line the sides of it with this obsidian making effectively something like an axe or a blade no nope thrusting blade but a chopping blade okay so then then they describe in detail the decapitation do they were already stabbed to death because they stabbed him to heart i was the aztecs yes okay so then she describes that and she says eventually after months or years in the sun and rain skull would begin to fall to pieces losing teeth and perhaps even the priest remove it to be fashioned into a mask in place in an offering or use more mortar to add it to towers of schools that flanked the i'm not even gonna try to tease him whatever creepy i'm building for the they had buildings of skulls and they also had also skull so whichever one that is all right for the aztecs the larger kosher group to which the mexican of along these skulls were the sees that would ensure the continued existence of humanity they were a sign of life and regeneration like the first flowers of spring that's creepy thing this say about stabbing a bunch of people to the the skull from a sacrifice is a symbol of life and so but you can make the argument well if you're supposed to be describing society you're scrubbing what they believe you don't necessarily agree with it that's not how i would have phrased that but i'm also not an archaeologist so okay i don't know that that's entirely damning by she say more than okay so then she says but the spanish conquistadors markets the doors conquistadors who marched into that city in fifteen ninety one i guess saw them differently for them the skulls and the entire practice of human sacrifice the mexicanos barbarism and justified laying waste to the city in fifteen twenty one these people sacrifice people so we must slaughter them because that's that may tell many lives did they save by doing it by slaughtering people yeah by slaughtering the the leaders they didn't go they didn't go through it wipe out the poor people they did these them to dig gold out of the mountains great so yeah so whether or not the spanish were good people are not a separate issue and if you're going around only stopping human sacrifice in areas that just happened to have a lot of gold you probably not a good guy and how common was the sacrifice was it like every day have you seen any as heck history at all this was entirely rampant this was a every everyday they're slaughtering everyday hundreds of thousands of yeah okay so she going to defend this coming up yes all right eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom that's eight five five four five zero.
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"A family show shown curse you could swear she could tell some of the dirtiest jokes and off color jokes that any male comedian could tell but that's another show we're going to hear a much more personal side to joan rivers what better place to start then her childhood a can't really really really sleepy instincts three people would stop my mother on the street and say she should model and you know really glorious little thing and then instead of getting that way i to go that way every came not this little golden haired angel with a brown haired shabby child everything was all right i mean my parents had a good marriage they argue about money they argued about things parents you know but it wasn't a fight going on all the time at home my place in the family was the funny one i was always fighting always wishy not funny haha not crossing your nose and pretty ice cream on your head i was funny that i might make a remark about the ice cream got media attention as a love and everybody say well barbara my sister is a smart one the jones so clever daughter of russian emigrants your own was raised in an upper class lifestyle i was a general practitioner he had a huge practice but people pay chickens you know he would pay to this day i could go to any ethnic household iv that food because several of the line one of those ladies made a shoot off my thoughts here so the money was always a big thing and we were always very good schools i mother just lived a life she graduated from barnard college in new york in nineteen fifty four with a bachelor of arts degree in english literature.
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"Was really really really pretty incident two three where people would stop my mother on the street and say she should model and really score is little thing and then instead of getting that way i go that way we came out this little golden haired angel with him a brown haired shabby child everything was all right i mean my parents had a good marriage they argue about money they argued about things parents but it wasn't a fight going on all the time my place of the family was the funny one i was always funny always wishy not funny haha knows at pretty the ice cream on your head i was funny that i might make a remark about the ice cream got really attention as the love and everybody say barbara my sister is smart one jones so clever daughter of russian emigrants joan was raised in an upper class lifestyle i was general practitioner had a huge practice that people will pay chickens you know we will pay to this day i could go to any ethnic household i've eaten at food because several of the line one of those ladies made a shoot off my father so the money was always a big thing and we were always at the very good schools mother just lived a life she graduated from barnard college in new york in.
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"To one of my very favorite dog experts again on the question of what sets humans apart alexandra horowitz on a researcher and professor at barnard college where i run the dog cognition lab we studied the sensory and cognitive abilities of dogs with my aim to be to understand what it might be like to be a dog horwitz's written a couple of fascinating books inside of a dog and being dog i've studied and taught animal cognition and comparative psychology for decades in this question what's the one thing that distinguishes humans from non human animals is clearly the driving force of much research we might trace it back to plato who described man as a featherless bipeds but the smart aleck diogenes than plucked a chicken and said triumphantly here is plato's man to which plato simply pivoted adding okay a featherless bipeds with broad nails not clause and so it has been since trying to find the feature that will verify the human species uniqueness its invitation its culture it's teaching it's language it's a theory of mind each confidently proposed and then collapsing under the weight of actual evidence the one thing that makes humans human our obsession with asking an answering this question as far as i know we're the only species so concerned with distinguishing ourselves from other animals of course research could prove me wrong touche alexandra horowitz who thank you.
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"Am six hundred ninety and fm ninety four point three the answer all right my friends dennis prager here this is the hour that the set the agenda just one minute to tell you though about cbn they have a documentary series out that you can see it's at to life the movie dot com it's very touching the christian group would make this about israelis changing the world for the better given all the terrible coverage of israel terrible in morally and factually how israeli volunteers are changing the world it is a five part short film series and if it's it's truly touching to watch it'll give you a different understanding about the truth about israel barnard college just voted the students there too boycott israel finish donna shing thing the meal ism but the leftist created universities the only country in the world that the vote to boycott on the most decent places on earth but people still want to spend forty thousand bucks fifty thousand bucks sixty thousand bucks to have their kids go to college sometimes there's no choice you gotta if you're going to be a doctor or something like that anyway it's at to life the movie dot com mark that you'll enjoy and it's inspiring okeydokey.
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"All right my friend dennis prager here this is the hour that the set the agenda just one minute to tell you though about cbn they have a documentary series out that you can see it's at to life the movie dot com it's very touching christian group would make this about israeli he's changing the world for the better given all the terrible coverage of israel terrible in morally and factually how israeli volunteers are changing the world it is a five part short film series and if it's it's truly touching to watch give you a different understanding about the the truth about israel barnard college just voted the students there too boycott israel it's finished donald shing thing the meal ism but the left is created the universities see only country in the world that the vote to boycott one of the most decent places on earth but people still want to spend forty thousand bucks fifty thousand bucks sixty thousand bucks to have their kids go to college sometimes there's no choice you got to if you're going to be a doctor or something like that anyway it's at to life the movie dot com mark that down and you enjoy and it's inspiring okeydokey now.
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"Reid any shakespeare is very hard to understand what's going on in the same but if you graphic making it to a film are video and watch the actors they sort of bring to life between the words and that's what i see you have done in your book is some of these concepts seemed to be very scary but when you create the graphics and the dialogue between the characters and their loses that scary part and you say oh that's how that works thank you that this that's what i intended and i'm i'm really glad to hear that that it works in that way that that's a really great analogy with the bringing bringing the page the words on the pace of life in theater film nothing great analogy thank you speaking of bringing to life on a bring on a janelle levin who is author of a black hole rules by blues i'm sorry black hole blues and as a new special on black holes on a new me this week she's professor of physics and astronomy at them barnard college of columbia university good to have you back thanks and uncared i am alive and it's good to hear you clifford i agree however you let's talk about one of the ideas clifford plays within the book is this perception in the media and the public which is string theory right or wrong multi verse right or wrong which tie do you want and so on but in reallife physics is not quite as black and white is it a gen now i mean i think it's really important the scientists not to put a belief system first the whole point is to explore the unknown so you don't wanna walk into any field and say this is what i believe there has to be a certain agnostic says who about everything and so um approaching string theory are the multi verse you may have a a strong intuition that it's right or wrong but it's really important and that might drive you to ask him shake their questions pursue particular calculation but it's really important to always be openminded to the other point of view and that's what to these is one of the strengths of this book clifford his that you have a dialogue via the book lived the cartoons through the novels based on.
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"This is science fantastic welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku once again our special guest today is professor john odah levin of barnard college of columbia university host of black hole apocalypse her previous books include how the universe got it spots and black hole blues and other songs from outer space she got her bachelor's degree from barter she got her phd from mit and now is right there at the forefront of black hole science so i jonah where we last left off we were talking about gravity waves detectors first of all what is a gravity waves predicted by einstein himself over a hundred years ago yeah right up there einstein uh can be to his theory of curbs space time he thought the most important question when the question of gravitational wave um and the idea of gravitational wave is that if you can kirk space and time but say by something like the sun or the earth or even a black hole then if that object moves around those curbs must in some sense of follow it and um and that means that they could create a wave in the shape of space time a wave in the actual curves of space and time itself so gravitational wave is not like a sound wave which the wave in a medium air but it's a wave in actually the shape of space time and this was something that was so hard for people throughout their heads around that even einstein kept changing his mind are they real are they not real he wasn't sure if they actually existed and um he certainly thought that even if gravitational waves were real even if there were these ways in the shape of space time that that these ripples that that that thing couldn't be strong enough could shakespeare's time strong enough to create something detectable he thought that was absurd and you have to remember that i also didn't believe black holes could form and nature to really wasn't until the most kind of extreme objects in the universe are out there they're wildest motions that you can create something that he would even have a hope of detecting on earth and so when this project why go began fifty years ago people were still debating about the existence of gravitational waves and the existence of black holes and so that's how amazing they ask creation was m and the perseverance of.
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"This is fresh air i'm dave davies and for terry gross we're listening deters interview recorded last year with alexandra horowitz her book being a dog about how dogs rely on their sense of smell to perceive the world around them who's now out in paperback he's also the author of the best seller inside of a dog and founder of the dog cognition web at barnard college where she conducts research on dog behavior and perception after you started doing research of that how he got uses it sense of smell how it perceives the world through his sense of smell you started taking your dog's on smell walks what do you do and we'll harry doing it well i really am trying to counter what i and lots of owners have done our whole lives which is discourage smelling and in fact instead i'm trying to embrace it says on a smell walk really i just let the dog choose what we're gonna do and where we're going to go and how long we're going to stay there so sometimes we don't get off off our front step for a little while because as soon as you open the door the dog is faced with a new day and ends there holds odor that where trace of who are or what's passed by then we might spend a little time with a little tree guard the iron railing that surrounds of tree which has leavings from presumably other dogs have passed by and i just let the dog take charge sometimes our walks are are pretty much standing around actually but i think that the dog is in enjoying himself in a dives recognize us from our odors but we don't really want to smell if you say to somebody you smell it's easily not a good thing uh have you change your attitude about your own body odors i've changed my attitude about about all utter israeli from all this practice intentionally smelling i mean i never was one to wear a lot of perfume to begin with now actually i like perfumes more as a kind of odor one might where but not because it would cover up my own odor i think i am a little less worried maybe to the chagrin of those around me about about having an odor i just see it as a natural part of being a biological creature.