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"matthew vassar" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

06:30 min | 2 months ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Advocate for Vassar Female College after its founding in 18 61, as well as corresponding extensively with its founder, Matthew Vassar, on everything from the students dress to the number of female faculty to whether to keep the word female in the name. But they were also a lot of limits to Hale's advocacy for women's education, all connecting back to the idea of a what a woman's sphere Woz. For example, she didn't seem to think that women should study the physical sciences for their own sake. Various articles and goatees Lady's book suggests that science has a use in a woman's life, like how understanding scientific concepts can help her keep a better home. But it doesn't really support the idea that a woman should just become a chemist or a physicist because she wants to, and there were also limits to which women she was writing for and depicting in the magazine. The women in the magazines famous fashion plates, some of which were large enough that they were printed on fold out pages were all white and all affluent was similarly attractive features and the same slender body type. They reinforce the ideas of heterosexual marriage and motherhood as unifying forces in women's lives really, for most of his existence, the with the magazine didn't address the experience of native people or enslaved people or free black people or immigrants at all. In the words of a piece in the July 18 97 issue, which was after Hale and goatee had both died. Quote. Ah, little over a century ago, colored women had no social status. And, indeed on Lee 30 years ago, the term womanhood was not large enough in this Christian republic to include any woman of African descent. That's for a piece that was clearly written for white women to let them know that quote the thousands of cultured and delightfully useful women of the colored race who are worth knowing and who are prepared to cooperate with white women. And all good efforts are simply up today New women in the best sense of that much abused term Even so, the magazine was widely read and widely respected, in the words of the Philadelphia City item in 18 70 quote. It has been well remarked that where goatees is taken, there is domestic neatness, comfort, elegance, virtue, which we think is saying a good deal for the American woman. God bless goatees and keep it with us. Many years goatee sold the publication to John Hill. Say is Holland Beak in 18 77 after he and hail both retired. As of their retirement. She was 89. He was 73. So they worked on this magazine almost until the end of their lives. Louis Antoine goatee died the following year on November 29th 18 78. Sarah J. Hale, who called herself an edit tress, died on April 30th 18 79. She had continued to write for much of her life publishing poems, fiction essays. Recipe books, etiquette manuals and the women's encyclopedia titled Woman's Record or Sketches of All Distinguished Women from the Creation to 80 18 54 arranged in four eras. With selections from female writers of every age. That was all the title. But in her day she was so associate ID with goatees Lady's book that people called it. Mrs. Hale's magazine. He likes pretty complicated. Yeah, you know, I want to like her in some ways, but that's what I like nose down in a fashion thing is a problem for her. It's so funny thing. We're just as as the magazine was claiming that it did not take a political stance but obviously did because of its refusal to acknowledge certain things I feel like similarly and obviously on a much more. Important level. That's also how she dealt with fashion, right. She's like I don't yet what fashion which is in itself. A commentary on fashion right on, she would consult on women's apparel at faster but Didn't want fashion involved. It's a fascinating thing to me Is that a lot of contradictions? You can their scans of a lot of these A lot of issues of this book that you can see online you can read through. I mean, they're just they guess that goes on for years. There's pages and pages of stuff you can dive. Into you. If you were interested in little glimpses of life for 19th century white women slash the kinds of standards magazine was really heavily reinforcing. Yeah. Do you have some listener mail? I sure do you? This is from Helen and Helen has so helpfully updated us on the amendment regarding the Port Chicago 50 that we talked about in a previous listener mail. Helen says Hi Holly and Tracy. I just heard your listener mail about the Port Chicago amendment and as someone who works a lot with congressional websites, I went ahead and pulled out the link for you. It's not actually an amendment I believe, which is probably you had trouble finding it. It's section 10 99 of HR 2500 National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2020. Hopefully, this link will take you directly to that section of the resolution, loved the show and always look forward to new episodes. Helen Helen got a reply for me that started with the words Thank you in all capital letters because I had really kind of toward my hair out trying to find this text. Having looked at the link that, she said. I think the core issue was that the engrossed in house version was not posted yet when I was doing all this looking, and that's where it is, I don't recall seeing that option in the drop down when I was doing my search for it, but anyway This here is the actual text of it. It is sense of Congress regarding the Port Chicago 50. It is the sense of Congress that won the American people should recognize the role of racial bias and the prosecution and convictions of the Port Chicago 50 following the deadliest Homefront disaster and World War two To the military records of each of the Port Chicago 50 should reflect such exoneration of any and all charges brought against them. In the aftermath of the explosion and three the secretary of the Navy should upgrade the general and summary discharges of each of the Port Chicago 50 sailors too honorable. Discharges. So as of right this minute this is not something that has passed..

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:00 min | 2 months ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Women to have better educational opportunities, especially when it came to an education in the liberal arts. She was a huge advocate for Vassar Female College after its founding in 18 61, as well as corresponding extensively with its founder, Matthew Vassar, on everything from the students dress to the number of female faculty to whether to keep the word female in the name. But they were also a lot of limits to Hale's advocacy for women's education, all connecting back to the idea of a what a woman's sphere Woz. For example, she didn't seem to think that women should study the physical sciences for their own sake. Various articles and goatees Lady's book suggests that science has a use in a woman's life, like how understanding scientific concepts can help her keep a better home. It doesn't really support the idea that a woman should just become a chemist or a physicist because she wants to, and there were also limits to which women she was writing for and depicting in the magazine. The women in the magazines famous fashion plates, some of which were large enough that they were printed on fold out pages were all white and all affluent was similarly attractive features and the same slender body type. They reinforce the ideas of heterosexual marriage and motherhood as unifying forces in women's lives really, for most of his existence, the with the magazine didn't address the experience of native people or enslaved people or free black people or immigrants at all. In the words of a piece in the July 18 97 issue, which was after Hale and goatee had both died. Quote. Ah, little over a century ago, colored women had no social status. And, indeed, only 30 years ago, the term womanhood was not large enough in this Christian republic to include any woman of African descent. That's for a piece that was clearly written for white women to let them know that quote the thousands of cultured and delightfully useful women of the colored race who are worth knowing and who are prepared to cooperate with white women. And all good efforts are simply up to date new women in the best sense of that much abused term. Even so, the magazine was widely read and widely respected, in the words of the Philadelphia City item in 18 70 quote. It has been well remarked that where goatees is taken, there is domestic neatness, comfort, elegance, virtue, which we think is saying a good deal for the American woman. God bless goatees and keep it with us. Many years goatee sold the publication to John Hill, say is Helen Beak in 18 77 after he and hail both retired. As of their retirement. She was 89. He was 73. So they worked on this magazine almost until the end of their lives. Louis Antoine goatee died the following year on November 29th 18 78. Sarah J. Hale, who called herself an edit tress died on April 30th 18 79. She had continued to write for much of her life publishing poems, fiction, essays, recipe books, etiquette manuals and the women's encyclopedia titled Woman's Record or Sketches of All Distinguished Women from the Creation to 80 18 54 arranged in four eras. With selections from female writers of every age. That was all the title, but in her day she was so associate ID with goatees Lady's book that people called it. Mrs. Hale's magazine, Felix. Pretty complicated. Yeah, you know, I want to like her in some ways, but that's all like Nose down at fashion thing is a problem and let her it's the funny thing we're just is as the magazine was claiming that it did not take a political stance but obviously did. Because of its refusal to acknowledge certain things I feel like similarly and obviously on a much more Important level. That's also how she dealt with fashion, right. She's like I don't yet want fashion, which is in itself a commentary on fashion right on. She would consult on women's apparel at Vassar, but Didn't want fashion involved. It's a fascinating thing to me is that a lot of contradictions? You can their scans of a lot of these A lot of issues of this book that you can see online you can read through. I mean, they're just they that goes on for years. There's pages and pages of stuff you can dive. Into you. If you were interested and little glimpses of life for 19th century white women slash the kinds of standards magazine was really heavily reinforcing. Yeah. Do you have some listener mail? I sure do you? This is from Helen and Helen has so helpfully updated us on the amendment regarding the Port Chicago 50 that we talked about in a previous Listener male, Helen says Hi Holly and Tracy. I just heard your listener mail about the Port Chicago amendment and as someone who works a lot with congressional websites, I went ahead and pulled out the link for you. It's not actually an amendment I believe, which is probably you had trouble finding it. It's section 10 99 of HR 2500 National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2020. Hopefully, this link will take you directly to that section of the resolution, loved the show and always look forward to new episodes. Helen Helen got a reply for me that started with the words Thank you in all capital letters because I had really kind of toward my hair out trying to find this text. Having looked at the link that, she said. I think the core issue was that the engrossed in house version was not posted yet when I was doing all this looking, and that's where it is, I don't recall seeing that option in the drop down when I was doing my search for it, but anyway This here is the actual text of it. It is sense of Congress regarding the Port Chicago 50. It is the sense of Congress that won the American people should recognize the role of racial bias and the prosecution and convictions of the Port Chicago 50 following the deadliest Homefront disaster and World War two To the military records of each of the Port Chicago 50 should reflect such exoneration of any and all charges brought against them. In the aftermath of the explosion and three the secretary of the Navy should upgrade the general and summary discharges of each of the Port Chicago 50 sailors too honorable. Discharges. So as of right this minute this is not something that has passed. Both houses of Congress had been signed into law yet it is something that had that made its way. Through the house back in July. So thank you again, Helen for sending that to me, because I probably would not have gone back to look for it again. Um, And thanks to everybody who sends us helpful, awesome emails or just says hi or since pictures of cats If.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:02 min | 2 months ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"When it came to an education in the liberal arts. She was a huge advocate for vaster Female college after its founding in 18, 61, as well is corresponding extensively with its founder, Matthew Vassar, on everything for the students dress to the number of female faculty to whether to keep the word female in the name, But they were also a lot of limits to Hale's advocacy for women's education, all connecting back to the idea of a what a woman's sphere Woz. For example, she didn't seem to think that women should study the physical sciences for their own sake. Areas. Articles and goatees Lady's book suggests that science has a use in a woman's life, like how understanding scientific concepts can help her keep a better home. But it doesn't really support the idea that a woman should just become a chemist or a physicist because she wants to you, and there were also limits to which women she was writing for and depicting in the magazine. The women in the magazines famous fashion plates, some of which were large enough that they were printed on fold out pages were all white and all affluent was similarly attractive features and the same slender body type. They reinforced the ideas of heterosexual marriage and motherhood as unifying forces in women's lives, really, for most of his existence with the magazine didn't address the experience of native people or enslaved people or free black people or immigrants at all. In the words of a piece in the July 18 97 issue, which was after Hale and goatee had both died. Quote. Ah, little over a century ago, colored women had no social status. And, indeed on Lee 30 years ago, the term womanhood was not large enough in this Christian republic to include any woman of African descent. That's for a piece that was clearly written for white women to let them know that quote the thousands of cultured and delightfully useful women of the colored race who are worth knowing and who are prepared to cooperate with white women. In all, good efforts are simply up to date new women in the best sense of that much abused term. Even so, the magazine was widely read and widely respected. In the words of the Philadelphia City item in 18 70 quote. It has been well remarked that where goatees is taken, there is domestic neatness, comfort, elegance, virtue, which we think is saying a good deal for the American woman. God bless goatees and keep it with us. Many years goatee sold the publication to John Hill. Say is Helen Beak in 18 77 after he and hail both retired as of their retirement, she was 89. He was 73. So they worked on this magazine almost until the end of their lives. Louis Antoine goatee, died the following year on November 29th 18 78 Sarah J. Hale, who called herself and edit tress. Died on April 30th 18 79. She had continued to write for much of her life publishing poems, fiction, essays, recipe books, etiquette manuals and the women's encyclopedia titled Woman's Record or Sketches of All Distinguished Women from the Creation to 80 18 54 arranged in four eras. With selections from female writers of every age. That was all the title. But in her day she was so associate ID with goatees Lady's book that people called it. Mrs. Hale's magazine. He likes pretty complicated. Yeah, you know, I want to like her in some ways, but that's why I like nose down at fashion thing is a problem. Oh, let her It's tough anything. We're just a zoo. The magazine was, um, claiming that it did not take a political stance but obviously did. Because of its refusal to acknowledge certain things I feel like similarly and obviously on a much more Important level. That's also how she dealt with fashion, right. She's like I don't yet what fashion which is in itself a commentary on fashion right and she would consult on women's apparel at faster but didn't want fashion involved. It's a fascinating thing to me Is that a lot of contradictions? You can their scans of a lot of these lot of issues of this book that you can see online. Um, you can read through. I mean, there's just think it goes on for years. There's pages and pages stuck. You can dive. Into you. If you were interested in little glimpses of life for 19th century white women slash the kinds of standards magazine was really heavily reinforcing. Yeah. Do you have some listener mail? I sure do you? This is from Helen and Helen has so helpfully updated us on the amendment regarding the Port Chicago 50 that we talked about in a previous listener mail. Helen says Hi Holly and Tracy. I just heard your listener mail about the Port Chicago amendment, and as someone who works a lot with congressional website, I went ahead and pulled up the link for you. It's not actually an amendment I believe, which is probably you had trouble finding it. It's section 10 99 of HR 2500 National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2020. Hopefully, this link will take you directly to that section of the resolution, loved the show and always look forward to new episodes. Helen Helen got a reply for me that started with the words Thank you in all capital letters because I had really kind of poured my hair out trying to find his text. Having looked at the link that, she said. I think the core issue was that the engrossed in house version was not posted yet when I was doing all this looking, and that's where it is, I don't recall seeing that option in the drop down when I was doing my search for it, but anyway This here is the actual text of it. It is a sense of Congress regarding the Port Chicago 50. It is the sense of Congress that won the American people should recognize the role of racial bias and the prosecution and convictions of the Port Chicago 50 following the deadliest Homefront disaster and World War two To the military records of each of the Port Chicago 50 should reflect such exoneration of any and all charges brought against them. In the aftermath of the explosion and three the secretary of the Navy should upgrade the general and summary discharges of each of the port. Chicago 50 sailors, too honorable discharges. So as of right this minute This is not something that has passed. Both houses of Congress had been signed into law yet it is something that had that made its way through the house. Back in July. So thank you again Helen for sending that to me, because I probably would not have gone back to look for it again on banks to everybody who sends us helpful, Awesome emails or just says hi or since pictures of cats if you would like to write to us about this or any other podcast, right history podcast.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:38 min | 2 months ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Women to have better educational opportunities, especially when it came to an education in the liberal arts. She was a huge advocate for Vassar Female College after its founding in 18, 61, as well is corresponding extensively with its founder, Matthew Vassar, on everything for the students dress to the number of female faculty to whether to keep the word female in the name, But they were also a lot of limits to Hale's advocacy for women's education, all connecting back to the idea of a what a woman's sphere Woz. For example, she didn't seem to think that women should study the physical sciences for their own sake. Various articles and goatees Lady's book suggests that science has a use in a woman's life, like how understanding scientific concepts can help her keep a better home. It doesn't really support the idea that a woman should just become a chemist or a physicist because she wants to you, and there were also limits to which women she was writing for and depicting in the magazine. The women in the magazines famous fashion plates, some of which were large enough that they were printed on fold out pages were all white and all affluent was similarly attractive features and the same slender body type. They reinforced the ideas of heterosexual marriage and motherhood as unifying forces in women's lives really, for most of his existence, the with the magazine didn't address the experience of native people or enslaved people or free black people or immigrants at all. In the words of a piece in the July 18 97 issue, which was after Hale and goatee had both died. Quote. Ah, little over a century ago, colored women had no social status. And, indeed on Lee 30 years ago, the term womanhood was not large enough in this Christian republic to include any woman of African descent. That's for a piece that was clearly written for white women to let them know that quote the thousands of cultured and delightfully useful women of the colored race who are worth knowing and who are prepared to cooperate with white women. And all good efforts are simply up today New women in the best sense of that much abused term Even so, the magazine was widely read and widely respected, in the words of the Philadelphia City item in 18 70 quote. It has been well remarked that where goatees is taken, there is domestic neatness, comfort, elegance, virtue, which we think is saying a good deal for the American woman. God bless goatees and keep it with us. Many years goatees sold the publication to John Hill. Say is Helen Beak in 18 77 after he and hail both retired. As of their retirement. She was 89. He was 73. So they worked on this magazine almost until the end of their lives. Louis Antoine goatee died the following year on November 29th 18 78. Sarah J. Hale, who called herself an edit tress died on April 30th 18 79. She had continued to write for much of her life publishing poems, fiction, essays, recipe books, etiquette manuals and the women's encyclopedia titled Woman's Record or Sketches of All Distinguished Women From the Creation to 80 18 54 arranged in four eras with selections from female writers of every age. That was all the title. But in her day she was so associate ID with Goatees Lady's book that people called it. Mrs Hale's magazine. He likes pretty complicated. Yeah, You know, I want to like her in some ways, but that's all like nose down at fashion thing is a problem and then her It's so funny thing we're just is as the magazine was claiming that it did not take a political stance but obviously did because of its refusal to acknowledge certain things I feel like similarly and obviously on a much more. Important level. That's also how she dealt with fashion, right. She's like I don't yet want fashion, which is in itself a commentary on fashion right on. She would consult on women's apparel at Vassar, but Didn't want fashion involved. It's a fascinating thing to me Is that a lot of contradictions? You can their scans of a lot of these A lot of issues of this book that you can see online you can read through. I mean, they were just they that goes on for years. There's pages and pages step you can dive. Into if you were interested in little glimpses of life for 19th century, white women slash the kinds of standards magazine was really heavily reinforcing. Yeah. Do you have some listener mail? I sure do you? This is from Helen and Helen has so helpfully updated us on the amendment regarding the Port Chicago 50 that we talked about in a previous Listener male, Helen says Hi Holly and Tracy. I just heard your listener mail about the Port Chicago amendment and as someone who works a lot with congressional websites, I went ahead and pulled up the link for you. It's not actually an amendment I believe, which was probably you had trouble finding it. It's section 10 99 of HR 2500 National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2020. Hopefully, this link will take you directly to that section of the resolution, loved the show and always look forward to new episodes. Helen Helen got a reply for me that started with the words Thank you in all capital letters because I had really kind of torn my hair out trying to find this text. Having looked at the link that, she said. I think the core issue was that the engrossed in house version was not posted yet when I was doing all this looking, and that's where it is, I don't recall seeing that option in the drop down when I was doing my search for it, but anyway This here is the actual text of it. It is sense of Congress regarding the Port Chicago 50. It is the sense of Congress that won the American people should recognize the role of racial bias and the prosecution and convictions of the Port Chicago 50 following the deadliest Homefront disaster and World War two To the military records of each of the Port Chicago 50 should reflect such exoneration of any and all charges brought against them. In the aftermath of the explosion and three the secretary of the Navy should upgrade the general and summary discharges of each of the Port Chicago 50 sailors too honorable. Discharges. So as of right this minute this is not something that has passed..

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:00 min | 2 months ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on WTVN

"When it came to an education in the liberal arts. She was a huge advocate for Vassar Female College after its founding in 18 61, as well as corresponding extensively with its founder, Matthew Vassar, on everything for the students dress to the number of female faculty to whether to keep the word female in the name. But there were also a lot of limits to Hale's advocacy for women's education, all connecting back to the idea of what a woman's fear Woz. For example, she didn't seem to think that women should study the physical sciences for their own sake. Various articles and goatees Lady's book suggests that science has a use in a woman's life, like how understanding scientific concepts can help her keep a better home. But it doesn't really support the idea that a woman should just become a chemist or a physicist because she wants to There were also limits to which women she was writing for and depicting in the magazine. The women in the magazines famous fashion plates, some of which were large enough that they were printed on fold out pages were all white and all affluent. Was similarly attractive features and the same slender body type. They reinforce the ideas of heterosexual marriage and motherhood as unifying forces in women's lives. Really, for most of his existence, the wit the magazine didn't address the experience of native people or enslaved people or free black people or immigrants at all. In the words of a piece in the July 18 97 issue, which was after Hale and goatee had both died. Quote. Ah, little over a century ago, colored women had no social status. And, indeed on Lee 30 years ago, the term womanhood was not large enough in this Christian republic to include any woman of African descent. That's for a piece that was clearly written for white women to let them know that quote the thousands of cultured and delightfully useful women of the colored race who are worth knowing and who are prepared to cooperate with white women. And all good efforts are simply up today new women in the best sense of that much abused term. Even so, the magazine was widely read and widely respected. In the words of the Philadelphia City item in 18 70 quote. It has been well remarked that where goatees is taken, there is domestic neatness, comfort, elegance, virtue, which we think is saying a good deal for the American woman. God bless goatees and keep it with us. Many years goatee sold the publication to John Hill, say is Helen Beak in 18 77 after he and hail both retired. As of their retirement. She was 89. He was 73. So they worked on this magazine almost until the end of their lives. Louis Antoine goatee died the following year on November 29th 18 78. Sarah J. Hale, who called herself an edit tress, died on April 30th 18 79. She had continued to write for much of her life publishing poems, fiction essays. Recipe books, etiquette manuals and women's encyclopedia titled Woman's Record or Sketches of All Distinguished Women from the Creation to 80 18 54 arranged in four eras. With selections from female writers of every age. That was all the title. But in her day she was so associate ID with Goatees Lady's book that people called it. Mrs Hale's magazine. He likes pretty complicated. Yeah, You know, I want to like her in some ways, but that's like nose down in fashion thing is a problem and then her It's tough anything. We're just as as the magazine was claiming that it did not take a political stance but obviously did because of its refusal to acknowledge certain things I feel like similarly and obviously on a much more. Important level. That's also how she dealt with fashion, right. She's like I don't yet what fashion which is in itself. A commentary on fashion right on. She would consult on women's apparel at Vassar, but Didn't want fashion involved. It's a fascinating thing to me Is that a lot of contradictions? You can their scans of a lot of these A lot of issues of this book that you can see online you can read through. I mean, they were just they that goes on for years. There's pages and pages step you can dive. Into if you were interested in little glimpses of life for 19th century white women slash the kinds of standards magazine was really heavily reinforcing. Yeah. Do you have some listener mail? I sure do you? This is from Helen and Helen has so helpfully updated us on the amendment regarding the Port Chicago 50 that we talked about in a previous listener mail. Helen says Hi Holly and Tracy. I just heard your listener mail about the Port Chicago amendment and as someone who works a lot with congressional websites, I went ahead and pulled out the link for you. It's not actually an amendment I believe, which is probably you had trouble finding it. It's section 10 99 of HR 2500 National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2020. Hopefully, this link will take you directly to that section of the resolution, loved the show and always look forward to do episodes. Helen Helen got a reply for me that started with the words Thank you in all capital letters because I had really kind of torn my hair out trying to find this text. Having looked at the link that, she said. I think the core issue was that the engrossed in house version was not posted yet when I was doing all this looking, and that's where it is, I don't recall seeing that option in the drop down when I was doing my search for it, but anyway This here is the actual text of it. It is sense of Congress regarding the Port Chicago 50. It is the sense of Congress that won the American people should recognize the role of racial bias and the prosecution and convictions of the Port Chicago 50 following the deadliest Homefront disaster and World War two To the military records of each of the Port Chicago 50 should reflect such exoneration of any and all charges brought against them. In the aftermath of the explosion and three the secretary of the Navy should upgrade the general and summary discharges of each of the port. Chicago 50 sailors, too honorable discharges. So as of right this minute This is not something that has passed both houses of Congress and been signed into law yet it is something that had that made its way through the house back in July. So thank you again, Helen for sending that to me, because I probably would not have gone back to look for it again. Um And thanks to everybody who sends us helpful, awesome emails or just says hi or since pictures of cats if you would like to write to us about this or any other podcast,.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

The Marie Forleo Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

"Three PM every Tuesday we would have t the Paula. Who Know if this is what Matthew Vassar had in mind when he saw US rolling up in their right which is so for me exciting and titillating. But. It is a zoom room that we hold conversations about ambition and this new body of work on birthing in honor of the new book, and so we will get you all the link for your people in. You know there's rsvp think you'll do it. It's an intimate circle. So just node, you know once that date closes a new depot. ETC But it's about this conversation that we're in right Maria. What. What are the new capacities we need to be developing? How can I thrive without burning myself into the ground or pounded myself into salter? Taranto the people up in the process If you want to lead and you want to achieve in a much more elegant unloving. And Choice, away for station. Beautiful, thank you so much. My Love. Thank you for the time today. I'll be text new for our next call for everyone. Hope you enjoy this raw I, love you love you, Marie. Thank you for who you are and all that you do. Wasn't that awesome I think it was beautiful. Now raw an I would love to hear from you what's the biggest insight or a hough that you are taking away from this conversation and most important how can you put that insight into action starting right now and if you're not yet, please subscribe to our email list and become an MFA insider we send loving positive encouraging emails every single Tuesday and you don't WanNa miss out until next time stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world really does need that very special gift that only you have. Thank you so much for tuning in and I'll catch you next time on Marie Forleo podcast..

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

08:06 min | 5 months ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on The Journal.

"The Journal is your daily deep dive into the biggest stories and money business and power for a wider look today's. The Wall Street. Journal's got you covered our what's news podcast? It's concise comprehensive with context and analysis twice a day on the go. It's the news that shapes your world. So you can take on the world subscribe to what's news from the wall. Street. Journal. Wherever, you get your podcasts. Roy. What other rules are going to be in place for students during this time? Are they as long as testing negative can sort of go about college life is normally would. Know College life will not be like it usually is we will definitely be putting everybody needs to wear a mask really at all times unless they're alone in the room or they are stationary outside with six feet between nominee anyone else. Then if they're sitting down and having a class outside or they're sitting down and they're having a picnic outside and everyone six feet away, they can take off their masks otherwise it's going to be masks for everybody were cleaning the bathrooms more regularly tons of hand sanitizer everywhere, and kind of a norm of taking care of each other were really trying to develop which I think again at a community massar where classes are quite small. Able to really feel like you're all part of one community will be able to get that kind of peer pressure on social knowing what about parties I mean college students often Have a reputation for that. How are we going to manage things outside of the boundaries of school? At, master in the fall there will be no authorized parties students, of course, are signing a Vassar together pledge or commitment that says we promise we will behave in the following ways which that whole commitment was written by students and faculty together. So that's been our goal is to get the community to develop these expectations so that it will feel more like they wanted this and we're really saying please if you don't WanNa live this way stay home and study remotely and that's totally fine. But if you do wanna live this way with these different caveats then by all means combat. How are you going to enforce these rules on students if some of them don't comply or they are constantly wearing their mask? Below their nose, right. So assuming that the violation if you will of the expectation is minor, person will get educated about it because we are an educational institution and then there will be some Cana restorative process. And in time if they really just flout the expectation in any way, they'll be asked to study remotely for something it regis like having a party and refusing to shut it down. We've all said easily we will ask students to leave campus because they can study remote lake will just say this just isn't for you I mean you weren't ready to make these kinds of commitments. I WANNA ask about tuition are you charging the full amount that you normally do? Yes. We have not changed the tuition and some parents have asked about this and we thought a fair amount about this but there are several reasons for that. I is that actually our costs are higher, they're not lower. As we talked about earlier, we're having to do so much extra planning staffing, physical changes, p. p. h., Vac, all of this the bats our costs are higher. The second thing is that we are still giving vassar credit, which confers a vassar degree and the master degree is as valuable as it's ever been in the marketplace. So what the cost of production and the value that I think we are providing have really not changed and so. Has Not changed. Do you think though that the experience that students get this year is equal to the value that they would get in a normal year on campus I actually think that the experience can be transformational I mean. Think about what it takes to be an outstanding young adult in today's world the ability to think outside the box, the ability to care about somebody else to build that sort of interdependence interconnectedness and be comfortable with that. It's so different from the United States individualism rather really think about what it is to be part of community. I think that kind of skill and capacity our students will develop. This year might be more valuable than in previous years. That's a hopeful way of thinking about it. Now it is. What's the? Reaction been to the reopening plan among students, parents, and also faculty members. Well, the reaction to the opening plan has been generally like, wow, we're GONNA do it. You know a certain amount of pioneer bold sort of aligned with masters values from the very beginning when Matthew Vassar decided to start. Vassar college on the eve of the civil war and he did it and Vassar college lived through the nineteen eighteen pandemic and used a lot of strategies we're using to get through it actually. So there is a certain amount of Hudson. That people feel in. We can do this. We've been through tough things before and will be through tough things again. However, they're all still been a huge amount of okay. Let's look at every single detail. Exactly. How is this GONNA work? How are you going to be sure when they sign in and get their key that you have a negative test on them and parents you know they asked thousands of questions all good that have made us be absolutely meticulous in our planning, what are the thresholds that you set if any to shutting the campus down again if cases spike in area or spike among students or faculty members? One of the most important things you have to think about if you're going to reopen is how you're gonNA shut down. We know how many isolation quarantine beds we have if those got two full like if they were more than seventy five or eighty percent full. Then, we wouldn't be in a safe situation because if there were an outbreak, then how would we actually keep everybody safe? So that would give us some pause. Another is the sheer number of cases in we thought about five percent of students. If they were to have Kovin, we would be having very serious conversations with the local public health department and it would depend a bit on whether we knew these are all related to one or two cases that's a different situation. But if they are really, we don't know what their sources we'd be starting to look pretty serious at that. How replicable is the plan that you've come up with two other colleges? I think there's some key characteristics that a college needs to be able to pull off the model that Vassar is undertaking. The first thing is it does need to be able to separate itself from the larger community physical. And so if you're a college or university in the middle of an urban setting, I don't see how it can happen I. Know some are trying to say we'll test people constantly and that's how we'll know but I just don't think you can test enough to make it safe if you're in the middle of an urban setting and students are going on and off on and often you just can't control it. So That's K-. I think it also helps to be a college that has small classes. Almost, eighty percent of our classes have fewer than twenty people in them. So Sh- ben if they have to decompress have six feet between them, you can really find the space and I think that's just fundamental. Will thanks so much. Thanks so much talking to you. Now try keep you posted a what have I will be very curious now to see how it goes. Yeah. Our first batch of students arrive and all had their popa tests and they were returning today's all negative. So we've started off. Good so.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Like we said a couple of times at this point sarah just a hail and goodies ladies. Ladies book were enormously influential under her leadership. The magazine reinforced several traditions that are a big part of life for many americans. Today things like christmas trees and white wedding dresses which were being popularized in britain. Thanks to queen. Victoria were popularized in the united states. Thanks in part to goaty ladies ladies book. The first picture of a christmas tree in the magazines pages actually was copied from an engraving that had run the illustrated london news pattern in grieving depicted queen victoria and her family around a christmas tree. The goethe's version took out the queen's crown albert sash and moustache and some german biscuits from. I'm under the tree otherwise though it was the same picture supposed to be an american family. The biggest most obvious example of hails influence in this regard is the american thanksgiving holiday in the united states thanksgiving was already celebrated in various parts of the country especially in the northeast before she became an editor hale started publicly advocating for thanksgiving holiday to be celebrated nationwide and she began that quest in eighteen thirty seven it was something that went on <hes> within within and outside the pages of these ladies book but her interest in thanksgiving holiday went back before that she had written a lot about thanksgiving before cody's as ladies book was even founded. There's a whole stretch in her first novel northwood. That's focused on thanksgiving including a new england family explaining to a visitor senator from elsewhere that it's not celebrated in the whole country but hopefully one day will be with one character saying quote thanksgiving like the fourth of july should be considered the national festival and observed by all our people. The thanksgiving meal is described in her writing this way quote the roasted turkey took precedence on this occasion occasion being placed at the head of the table and well did it become it's lordly station sending for the rich odor of it's savory stuffing and finally covered with the froth off of the basting at the foot of the board a sirloin of beef flanked on either side by a leg of pork loin of mutton seemed placed as a bastion to defend spend innumerable bowls of gravy plates of vegetables disposed in that quarter goose and pair of ducklings occupied side stations on the table. The middle title being greased as it always is on such occasions by that rich burgomaster of the provision called a chicken pie. This pie which is wholly formed of the choicest parts of fouls enriched seasoned with a profusion of butter and pepper and covered with an excellent puff paste is like the celebrated pumpkin pie an indispensable offensive part of a good entry yankee thanksgiving the size of the pie usually denoting the gratitude of the party who prepares the feasts and then it goes on to describe subside boards laden with a whole other course plus a collection of desserts including pumpkin pie. I have made some thanksgiving meals and thank thank goodness. I did not have to make all of those different fouls. This is simultaneously familiar sounding to a lot of people in terms terms of the turkey and the pie and the vast quantity of food but it also seems even bigger than like over the top thanksgiving's that a lot of people have yeah yeah by the time we got to mutton i was like are you kidding me. This was also depicting meal that was going to be for a whole lot of people but still it's a lot but there are other references to thanksgiving inhales work after that and then in eighteen thirty seven she wrote an editorial in goethe's ladies book that advocated thanksgiving bring holiday to be celebrated in every state on the last thursday of november. She started contacting state governments with this proposal along with contacting a series. He's a u._s. Presidents continuing on until president abraham lincoln gave his thanksgiving proclamation in eighteen sixty three that proclamation said in part quote it has it seems to me fit and proper that they should be solemnly reverently and gratefully acknowledged as with one heart and one voice by the whole american people. I do therefore invite my fellow citizens in every part of the united states and also those who are at sea and those who are so in foreign lands to set apart and observe the last last thursday of november next has day of thanksgiving and prayer to our beneficent father who dwell within the heavens at this point the thanksgiving holiday wasn't really the associated with a romanticized first dinner involving the pilgrims and the woman that association didn't really evolve until the late nineteenth and early twentieth his centuries so a few decades after lincoln issued his proclamation it was decades after that before thanksgiving officially became a national holiday that romanticized first thanksgiving story was reinforced in the early twentieth century through school lessons connecting it to ideas like freedom and good citizenship and construction paper pilgrim hats in my case yeah and problematic yeah kabaddi head headdresses yes quotation marks so today the first thanksgiving story and consequently the holiday as a whole has been really criticized for erasing centuries of exploitation and genocide of north america's native eight of people's at the hands of colonists the government but even without that connection to that romanticized story hails thanksgiving campaign has its own problems. What are other reasons. She was so dedicated to a national thanksgiving. Holiday goes back to her thought that slavery might tear the nation apart so she thought a national thanksgiving escaping holiday might help unify the nation in the face of its division over the issue of slavery so in other words she thought this holiday might help keep the country together together without actually addressing the underlying issue of slavery. I have so many thoughts that i'm just gonna keep in my head. <hes> hail fought slavery was wrong but and she also didn't agree with radical opposition to it she advocated the resettlement of enslaved africans in liberia where they would be free rather than the abolition russian of slavery within the united states this resettlement plan. We've talked about it on some episodes before had a lot of advocates arguing from all kinds of perspectives including meeting people of african descent who thought that this was the only way that they might truly be free and people who were simply racist and wanted the enslaved population removed for more detail. You can check out our previous episodes on marcus garvey and thomas morris chester so this same mindset also influenced the editorial direction of goethe's. He's ladies book. When hale was editing american ladies magazines she'd written various editorials that clearly stated her political opinions but goaty wanted ended the lady's book to appeal to women regardless of what their political views were and of course this wasn't a distinction he was consciously making in his mind but the default woman here was white and usually middle-class he was also interested in avoiding nationalism or any political entanglements within the pages of the journal and he also said ed quote i allow no man's religion to be attacked or sneered at or the subject of politics to be mentioned in my magazine so sometimes you'll see these ladies book described arrived as not being political but it would be more accurate to say that the magazine avoided overt political controversy really it was incredibly political nicole. It avoided direct discussion of the civil war or the movement for abolition. That's an inherently political decision instead in the years leading up to the u._s. Civil war or it published poetry essays and stories that highlighted the potential tragedies of war and also emphasized the idea of national unity. Although the hope hope was that this would avoid offending either side in reality invented the magazine's readership peaked in eighteen sixty just before the war afterward people started started gravitating toward publications where they could get news about what was happening on top of that in a different political direction goldies ladies book heavily reinforced enforced a very specific idea of what a woman should be sarah jeff. A hail believed that women were more moral and compassionate than men were inhales words quote. God has given man authority to woman influence. She wanted women to influence men's. It'd be better so that men could put their authority already to better use the magazine focused on the idea that a woman's role given by god was to be a moral force in her sphere of influence which was the home although the magazine never took a clear position one way or the other hail herself was against the idea of women suffrage because it was outside of women's sphere of influence lewin's and because women have fewer opportunities for education and political engagement thus they were less likely to be informed voters instead goads ladies book look really enforce the idea that a true woman was pious pure submissive and domestic a collection of ideas known as the cult of true womanhood or the cult hold of domesticity. Yeah that's up in a few episodes lately. Including packard versus packard incredibly common idea of what a woman was supposed to be the at the time and the elements of it continue to today. Hey you did advocate for better opportunities for women but only within this framework concluded supporting elizabeth blackwell and her efforts to become the first woman in the united states to earn m._d. Inhales mind medicine could be within a woman's spear. You're in her words written. In march of eighteen fifty to quote the study of medicine belongs to a women's department of knowledge. It's practice is in harmony with the duties of mother and nurse which she must fulfill it is not going out of her sphere to prescribe for the sick. She must do this by the fireside. The bedside in the inner chamber where her true through place is it is man who is there out of his sphere hale also advocated for women to have better educational opportunities especially when it came into an education in the liberal arts she was a huge advocate for vassar female college after its founding in eighteen sixty one as well as corresponding extensively lee with its founder matthew vassar on everything from the students dress to the number of female faculty to whether to keep the word female in the name but there were also a lot of limits to hale's advocacy for women's education all connecting back to the idea of a what a woman's sphere was for example. She didn't seem to think that women and should study the physical sciences for their own sake various articles and go. These ladies book suggests that science has a use in a woman's life like hell understanding manning scientific concepts can help keep a better home but it doesn't really support the idea that a woman should just become a chemist or physicist because she wants to and there they were also limits to which women she was writing for her and depicting in the magazine the women in the magazines famous fashion plates some of which were large enough that they were printed on fold. Doubt pages were all white all affluent with similarly attractive features and the same slender body tape they reinforce the ideas of heterosexual marriage bridge and motherhood as unifying forces in women's lives really for most of its existence the win the magazine didn't address the experience of native people or enslaved. If two people or free black people or immigrants at all in the words of a piece in the july eighteen ninety seven issue which was after hale and goaty had both died quote a little over a century ago colored women had no social status and indeed only thirty years ago the term womanhood was not large enough in this christian republic include any woman of african descent. That's from a piece that was clearly written for white women to let them know that quote the thousands of cultured and delightfully useful people women of the colored race who are worth knowing and who are prepared to cooperate with white women and all good efforts are simply up-to-date new women in the best sense of that much abused first term even so the magazine was widely read and widely respected in the words of the philadelphia city item in eighteen in seventy quote. It has been well remarked that we're go- dis is taken. There is domestic neatness comfort elegance virtue which we think is saying a good deal for the american woman. God bless cody's and keep it with us. Many years goaty sold the publication to john. Hill says hailan beak in eighteen seventy seven even after he and hailed both retired as of their retirement she was eighty nine and he was seventy three so they worked on this magazine. Almost until the end of their lives. Louis antoine goaty died the following year on november twenty ninth eighteen seventy eight sarah j hale who called herself in editors died on april thirtieth eighteen seventy nine she had continued to write for much of her life publishing poems fiction essays recipe books etiquette manuals and women's encyclopedia titled woman's record or sketches of all distinguished women from the.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"E you half a dozen other countries. Grounding, all them US airlines, operate three US airlines operated and the nine models as well. But the FAA is not taken the same regulatory step here. However, a hearing on air safety has been scheduled former marine pilot aviation contributor, Steve you're many other aviation. Authorities around the world are reacting to the emotional fear. That's being expressed by some passengers, it's not based on fact, the FAA has not done any kind thing to ground this airplane yet because there are no facts to suggest that that should be done. The Senate committee overseeing the US aviation industry will hold a hearing on air safety following this weekend's deadly crash in Ethiopia that killed all one hundred fifty seven aboard a jersey shore native among them one hundred fifty. Seven killed Matthew Vassar forty-three essay grew up in the sea isle city before moving to California was one of eight Americans who died wins. News time eleven fifty five even rats need metro cards nowadays seems to be the case after a shocking video emerges of a rat. Inside a metro card machine spotted by an MTA writer at the eighteenth street station for the one train around noon today Gotham is calling this the case of the metro rat. Subway riders Nicole, renewed she took the footage saying the rotor dropped into the receipt holder from within the machine while she was using it. She added the rat apparently got out on its own saying kept trying to lift the door to get out. And y si council speaker gory Johnson articulated his reaction simple tweet just MG at an exclamation point. Who can blame them? It's very troubling. We're looking into how it could have happened, including the possibility that someone may have planted. It said MTA spokesperson Andre Berman want to see it. You can see the video on our website ten ten wins. Wins. News time eleven fifty six. Now, Bloomberg money watch on ten ten docs turned in a mixed performance. The Dow Jones industrials fell ninety six points or four tenths percent twenty-five thousand five fifty four the NASDAQ closed up thirty three points or four tenths percent. The S and P five hundred gained eight points or three tenths percent. Boeing shares fell six percent as more international carriers grounded their seven thirty seven max jets. Reuters reports the CEO of Boeing talk to President Trump by phone assuring the president that the airplane is safe Disney expects attack was edition of twenty first Century Fox to close a week from tomorrow. The deal was first announced more than a year ago. The final hurdle was cleared when Mexican regulators signed off Microsoft plans to end support for the windows seven operating system in January of next year. The company will send notifications to windows seven users informing them of the deadline starting next month. Crude oil futures ticked up to fifty six dollars. And eighty seven cents a barrel. Bloomberg money watch at twenty six hundred and fifty six past every hour. I'm Jeff Bellinger, four ten ten wins wins news time eleven fifty seven. The.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Matthew Vassar setting up a new women's college at the end. Of the civil war the first professor he wanted to hire was a. Strong swimmer Maria Mitchell she discovered a comet, in eighteen forty seven, bringing her international fame but. Mitchell has some conditions she wanted an observatory complete with a good telescope and departments for. Herself and her. Father she got them so Mitchell became. The country's first female astronomy professor Mitchell was born two hundred years ago today and then it her father. Was an amateur astronomer and he taught Maria how, to use the telescope her comet discovery led to membership. In several science organizations the first woman to belong to any, of them at Vassar Mitchell established a busy astronomy program beginning. In eighteen seventy three she and her students took daily. Photographs of the sun one of the earliest photographic records, of sunspots They also journeyed to solar eclipses Yet. Mitchell's most important contributions were social she advocated women's rights and was a founder of the American. Association for the advancement of, women she fought for equal pay which she got and encouraged her students to work part. Time to help them be independent, Mitchell died in eighteen eighty nine but several of her students and their. Students made important contributions to astronomy and although, it no longer, watches the stars the observatory building she wanted. Still stands the Maria Mitchell observatory we have sky watching tips and much more about the universe in Stargate magazine subscription. Information at start. Eight dot org I'm.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Star date August first We Matthew Vassar where setting up a new women's college at the end. Of the civil war the first professor he wanted to hire was. A strong Maria Mitchell she discovered a comet, in eighteen forty seven, bringing her international fame but. Mitchell has them conditions she wanted an observatory complete with a good telescope and departments for. Herself and her. Father she got them so Mitchell became. The country's first female astronomy professor Mitchell was born two hundred years ago today. And then tuck it her father. Was an amateur astronomer and he taught Maria how. To use the telescope her comment discovery led to membership, in several science organizations the first woman to belong to any, of them at Vassar Mitchell established a busy astronomy program beginning. In eighteen seventy three she and her students took daily. Photographs of the sun one of the earliest photographic records. Of sunspots They also. Journeyed to solar eclipses yet Mitchell's most important contributions were social she advocated women's rights and was. A founder of the American Association for the advancement of women she. Fought for equal pay which she got and, encouraged her students to, work part time to help. Them be independent Mitchell died in eighteen eighty nine but several of her students and their. Students made important. Contributions to astronomy and although it no. Longer watches the stars the observatory building she wanted still stands the Maria Mitchell. Observatory we have.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Drone master in San Rafael Jeffrey, Schaub case CBS Stargate August first Matthew Vassar we're setting up a new women's college at the end of. The civil war the first professor he wanted to hire was a strong. Swimmer Maria Mitchell she discovered a comet in, eighteen forty seven bringing, her international fame but Mitchell. Has them conditions she wanted an observatory complete with a good telescope and departments for herself. And her father. She got them so Mitchell became the. Country's first female astronomy professor Mitchell was born two hundred years ago today, in Antioch it her father was. An amateur astronomer and he taught Mariah how to. Use the telescope her comment discovery led to membership in, several science organizations the first woman to belong to any of, them at Vassar Mitchell established a busy astronomy program beginning in. Eighteen seventy three she and her students took daily photographs. Of the sun one of the earliest photographic records of sunspots They also journeyed to, solar eclipses yet Mitchell's most. Important contributions were social she advocated women's rights and was a founder of the American Association. For the advancement. Of women she fought for equal pay. Which, she got and encouraged her students to work part time to help, them be independent Mitchell died in, eighteen eighty nine but several of her students and. Their students made important contributions to astronomy and although it, no longer watches the stars the observatory building she wanted still, stands the Maria Mitchell observatory we have sky watching tips and. Much more about the universe in Stargate magazine subscription information. At start eight dot org I'm sandy wood This is. A Bloomberg market minute apple shares are higher in pre-market trading the. Company is on pace to become the first US base company with a market, value of one trillion dollars apple projected sales that suggest consumers are continuing to. Snap, up. The company's high end iphones the latest quarterly results also beat Wall Street. Expectations China's way technologies has pulled ahead of apple though to claim the number two position in. Global smartphone shipments in the, second quarter just behind Samsung according to researcher IDC while way accounted for sixteen percent of. The market compared with twenty one, percent for Samsung and twelve percent for apple stock futures are mixed this. Morning the NASDAQ is poised for a jump, higher following Apple's, strong results NASDAQ futures up twelve.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Date August first We Matthew Vassar where setting up a new women's college at the end of. The civil war the first professor he wanted to. Hire was. Astronomer Maria Mitchell she discovered a comet in, eighteen forty seven bringing, her international fame but Mitchell. Has them conditions she wanted an observatory complete with a good telescope and apartments for herself. And her father. She got them so Mitchell became the. Country's first female astronomy professor Mitchell was born two hundred years ago today in Nantucket her father was. An amateur astronomer and he taught Mariah how do, you the telescope her comet discovery led to membership in, several science organizations the first woman to belong to any of, them at Vassar Mitchell established a busy astronomy program beginning in. Eighteen seventy three she and her students took daily photographs. Of the sun one of the earliest photographic records of sunspots They also journeyed to solar eclipses Yet. Mitchell's most important contributions were social she advocated women's rights and was a founder of the American. Association for the advancement of, women she fought for equal pay which she got and encouraged her students to work part. Time to help them be independent Mitchell died in eighteen eighty nine that several of her students and their students. Made important contributions to strana me and although, it no longer, watches the stars the observatory building she wanted. Still stands the Maria Mitchell observatory we have sky watching tips and much more about the universe in start eight magazine subscription. Information.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Lordstown plant now making the cruise compact you says a good take production, from foreign plants you. Take the train equinoxes at a. Mexico congratulations president you stole some business out of Mexico he gets a win other one move crews out you bring the. Encore, in, from at. Shares the platform. Where the tracks, you now. Get from reduction. From Korea and Mexico GM not common on production plans in traverse, city. I'm Jeff Gilbert w w j pretty go nine fifty we'll get a market preview to. Take a look at your money at the Bloomberg business coming up. In two minutes WSB News time four twenty three Stargate, August first We Matthew Vassar were setting up a new women's college at the end of. The civil war the first professor he wanted to. Hire was. Astronomer Maria Mitchell she discovered a comet in, eighteen forty seven bringing, her international fame but Mitchell. Has them conditions she wanted an observatory complete with a good telescope and apartments for herself. And her father. She got them so Mitchell became the. Country's first female astronomy professor Mitchell was born two hundred years ago today in an tuck it her father was. An amateur astronomer and he taught Maria how to. Use the telescope her comment discovery led to membership in, several science organizations the first woman to belong to any of, them at Vassar Mitchell established a busy astronomy program beginning in. Eighteen seventy three she and her students to daily photographs. Of the sun one of the earliest photographic records of sunspots They also journeyed to solar eclipses Yet. Mitchell's most important contributions were social she advocated women's rights and was founder of the American. Association for the advancement of, women she fought for equal pay which she got and encouraged her students to work part. Time to help them be independent Mitchell died in eighteen eighty nine that several of her students and their. Students made important contributions to astronomy and although, it no longer, watches the stars the. Observatory building she wanted still stands the Mariah Mitchel observatory.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Eight August first When Matthew Vassar was setting up a new women's college at the end. Of the civil war the first professor he wanted. To hire. Was astronomer Maria Mitchell she discovered a comet, in eighteen forty seven, bringing her international fame but. Mitchell has some conditions she wanted an observatory complete with a good telescope and apartments for. Herself and her. Father she got them so Mitchell became. The country's first female astronomy professor Mitchell was born two hundred years ago, today in Nanto bucket her father, was an amateur astronomer and he taught Mariah how. To use the telescope her comment discovery led to membership, in several science organizations the first woman to belong to any, of them at Vassar Mitchell established a busy astronomy program beginning. In eighteen seventy three she and her students took daily. Photographs of the sun one of the earliest photographic records of sunspots They also journeyed, to solar eclipses yet, Mitchell's most important contributions were. Social she advocated women's rights and was a founder of the American Association for the advancement. Of women she. Fought for equal pay which she got. And encouraged her students to work part time to help them be independent, Mitchell died in eighteen eighty nine, that several of her students and their students made. Important contributions to astronomy and although it no longer watches, the stars the observatory building she wanted still stands the.

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Our top stories at eight twenty should Michigan voters be able to decide the. Fate of voting districts that's what the state. Supreme, court will decide tonight ballot measure garnered hundreds, of thousands of signatures the, Brennan center for Justice please Michigan is one of the most heavily gerrymandered. States in the country the trial against President. Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort is underway is the first trial. Stemming from special counsel Robert Muller's, Russia investigation CBS news Washington correspondent Paula Reid. Is covering the trial Virginian explains what manafort's, teams of. Attorney said manafort's attorneys they're pointing the finger and his former business associate and, former deputy. Campaign chairman Rick gates they're saying that it was Gates's responsibility to handle the finances to make sure that everything was disclosed to the government and he. Failed to do that summarizes cases being. About taxes and trust Manafort faces Bank fraud and tax evasion charges tied to his lobbying work for a. Russia backed, political party in Ukraine if convicted he He could face. Up to, life in, prison Authorities in the thumb I've got a woman. Suspected of setting grasp buyers near bad axe the Huron county sheriff's department says several suspicious grass. Fires reported over, a forty five day period starting in June the suspect was called yesterday and tied to six of the fires charges are pending against. Her investigators are looking for other suspects too Stargate July thirty first On a clear autumn night, in eighteen forty seven Mariah Mitchell excused herself from the party. At her father's house the twenty nine year old librarian then climbed onto the roof and. Scan the skies telescope her observations revealed. A small fuzzy object she hadn't seen before a comment as a time discovering a comet. Was a big deal so Mitchell's find brought many accolades including a gold medal from. The king of Denmark the discovery also made her a celebrity and kicked off career in which she became the first American woman to serve. As a professional astronomer Mitchell was born two hundred years ago tomorrow in the whaling village of Nantucket her parents were Quakers who believe that both boys and girls should get an education sell Mariah attended. School during the day and at night her father taught her astronomy after she, discovered miss Mitchell's comet the navy's not occur Almanac. Office hired her to help with astronomical calculations and she became the first female member. Of the American Academy of arts and sciences in the eighteen fifties she became the first woman ever to enter the Vatican observatory although it. Took a couple of weeks of cajoling together inside at the end of the civil war Matthew Vassar was planning a new women's college in poughkeepsie New York and the first faculty member he hired was. Maria Mitchell making her the first female astronomy professor in the country we'll, have, more about that tomorrow W.. W. j..

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"matthew vassar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"matthew vassar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Shower but most areas will stay dry we'll see a low, down to sixty six later on today mostly. Cloudy there will be a couple of showers around much of the day though will be dry. High seventy eight mostly cloudy tonight with a shower around low sixty five Wednesday mostly. Cloudy a few more showers high Wednesday eight sue but Thursday. And Friday generally looked dryer we'll have a partly. Sunny sky both days and highs running in the eighties I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Brian Thompson on WW, Jade is running your nine fifty currently it's. Cloudy and seventy one four metro airport partly cloudy skies. For the city word sixty nine degrees for Ann, Arbor it's mostly clear and sixty four we update traffic and, weather, together Every ten minutes on the to the. Newswatch always on free you News Radio nine fifty WGN. News time twelve twenty terrible stories from the wildfires out, west in California at Bledsoe. Recalls the last, phone call he had with his wife and two grandchildren. Who all died in the car, fire raging in northern California CBS. News correspondent Carter Evans reports this man's story is absolutely heartbreaking. He told. Me how he only left his home not far from here on Thursday for a few minutes to run, an errand it was about fifteen minutes later when he got, a frantic, call from his wife, saying the, fire, was, at their back door I was only. Going about fifteen minutes when my wife called me and you gotta get here. The fires coming. Up the hill Ed. Bledsoe says he had no idea. His home was in danger when, he left his, wife melody with their two great grandchildren ages four and five hours talking. To my little rant on the. Phone he's saying we're poll please You gotta come in hill was. Fires at, the back, door I said I'm right by hold on Grandpa's common but. He says the road was blocked, with cars in the flame stopped him from returning. On foot died right there with their that important to me Fire officials near reading expanded their evacuation orders Sunday more than thirty eight thousand people. Have been forced to flee their homes since? Thursday. Officials. Say the fire. Is now threatening communities. Outside of Redding at Bledsoe's home is, one of more than eight hundred fifty structures that. Have been destroyed did you get any sort. Of evacuation warning nothing absolutely not a word nobody told us nothing if I'd had any kind of warning. I'd never ever left my family in that health he said he didn't hear any, vac-vacation warning we're looking into that Shasta county sheriff Tombo Sankoh says his department, did tell people living reading to evacuate they're investigating to see if the. Bledsoe home got, a warning call or a door not and, the area's both before the Bledsoe home. And after the Bledsoe home. There was evidence that notifications, are made for the door to door, notifications now with authorities say one of the people who was killed. Ignored evacuation orders and authorities are, facing another problem here as well looting so far Three people have been arrested, including one man in camouflage and carrying a loaded gun according to police. About CBS correspondent, Carter Evans reporting we'll get a market preview, from the Bloomberg business desk in two. Minutes WSB j news time. Twelve twenty three Start eight, July thirty first On a clear autumn, night in eighteen forty seven Maria Mitchell excused herself from. Party at her father's house the twenty nine year old librarian then climbed onto the roof and scan. The skies with a telescope. Observations revealed a small object she hadn't seen before a comment as a time discovering a. Comet was a big deal so Mitchell's find brought many accolades including a gold medal. From the king of Denmark the discovery also made her a celebrity and kicked off a career in which she became the first American woman to. Serve as a professional astronomer Mitchell was born two hundred years ago tomorrow in the whaling village of Nantucket her parents were Quakers who believe that both boys and girls should get an education sell Mariah. Attended school during the day and at night her father taught her astronomy, after, she discovered miss Mitchell's comet, the navy's. Nautical Almanac office hired her to help with astronomical calculations and. She became the first female member of the American Academy of arts and sciences in the eighteen fifties she became the first woman ever to enter. The Vatican observatory although it took a couple of weeks of cajoling together inside at the end of the civil war Matthew Vassar was planning a new women's college in poughkeepsie New York and the first. Faculty member he hired was Maria Mitchell making her the first female astronomy, professor, in the country We'll have more about that tomorrow Starting WW Jay is made possible by Cranbrook institute of science metro Detroit explores the natural wonders of, the universe through changing exhibits programs and planetarium shows Now a Bloomberg business report from the suburban Cadillac Buick business desk Federal Reserve Board policymakers opened a meeting in Washington today economists think central bankers. Will keep, interest rates unchanged until their September, meeting the June reports on personal income and. Consumer spending will be out before the markets opened this morning Chad Morgan Lander at Washington crossing adviser says the numbers, will not alter the Fed's thinking we. Don't think the economic data points from income spending or inflation. Trends will push the fed to raise their expectations become. More aggressive on raising interest. Rates the fed has indicated rates will. Be raised one or two more times this year Morgan Lander says the rate hike expectations could be cut back if economic conditions. Change for the worse the, Conference Board's, consumer confidence, index will be released after the start of. Trading on Wall Street case Schiller's report on home prices also on the way today apple Pfizer Hyatt hotels and Ralph Lauren are among companies Scheduled. To post quarterly results today I'm.

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