Scott loves pizza, and he lives in New York. There is no better excuse to explore all of the pizza haunts this great city has to offer. Buon appetito!
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This is an excerpt from Silver Starlight, book one of Sumaa Saleem’s Celestial Momentum series. Available now on Amazon.
Won Jang provides an a brief history on South Korea’s development, a counter narrative to Jeenho Hahm’s article “Being a Conservative at SIPA.”
The Migration Symposium will run from 2pm-6pm on Friday November 9th. Full day attendance is recommended. More information about the event can be found on the event Facebook page here.
The SIPASA candidacy videos are here! Check out your candidates and submit a question for this Wednesday’s SIPASA Debate 7:00pm-9:00pm in Publique.
Scott loves pizza, and he lives in New York. There is no better excuse to explore all of the pizza haunts this great city has to offer. If you didn’t see his piece last week, you can find that here. Buon appetito!