This is the first installment in a new weekly OWHL series about important artists, authors, and ideas. Future posts will provide introductions to everything from the “anthropocene” to Ursula K. LeGuin to Slavoj Žižek. The incomparable Nina Simone kicks-off the series.
Thanks to a generous gift, all members of the PA Community – faculty, staff, and students – have free, on-campus digital access to the Financial Times through the OWHL. Click through to learn more and start reading!
This resource provides the Phillips Academy community with information on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) legislation, President Trump's decision to end DACA, U.S. immigration policies, DACA-centric activism, and the economic effects of DACA.
All members of the PA community – faculty, staff, and students – have free digital access to the New York Times through the OWHL. Once you register for an account, you will have unlimited access to the Times for one year and can read it via the website or the app (both iPhone and Android).
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