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Taye Negussie (PhD)
Plato’s Academia, founded around 300 B.C in classical Greek, is widely thought to be the precursor of the modern University System. Plato’s motif in establishing a residential educational center by then was reportedly his conviction that the virtuous path to truth is a persistent rational deliberation and exchange of ideas among those who feel free and equal amongst themselves.

The Allegheny County district attorney’s office doesn’t want a woman who admitted abusing two adopted children from Ethiopia released on home confinement and electronic monitoring.

Kristen Barbour, 32, of Franklin Park, pleaded no contest in June to two felony counts of endangering the welfare of children and was sentenced to six to 12 months’ incarceration, which included eligibility for alternative housing and work release. She can leave the Mercer County Jail for up to 8½ hours six days per week to care for her two biological children while her husband, who also was charged, and in-laws work.

If you think a paradise is an imaginary lush green meadow with a bed of flowers to one side and a stream of water with colorful birds flying over the sky above it on the other, think again. There is an oasis in paradise – a different kind of paradise – that pleasingly blows your predetermined imagination of what a true paradise looks like. It is called Severine Safari Camp.