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‘We need help too’: Stresses multiply for many US clergy

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Zeb, now chaplain at the five-college Claremont Colleges network in California, described Duke’s backtracking as “a hard call.” “Students’ and staff’s’ lives were being threatened,” he said. “You don’t want to live with that on your conscience — one of your students getting shot and killed.” At Claremont, Zeb ministers ...
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Alternative program connects with students who don’t fit a mold

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Since 2011, Claremont Unified School District has had a successful ... classroom at the district office once per week for three hours to check in and/or take tests. All of the material is aligned with California educational standards requirements. Independent study is just that: when a student enrolls, Mr. Delvasto evaluates his or her ...
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Carol L. Liming

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Carol L. Liming 1966–2020 Owatonna—Carol L. Liming, 53, of Owatonna, died suddenly Thursday, February 27, 2020 at Owatonna Hospital. She was born August 30, 1966 in Elgin, IL the daughter of John and Celia (Whitt) Olbrich.
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NAWEED TAHMAS FELLOW SPOTLIGHT

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Claremont has world-class lecturers who have identified and thoughtfully addressed ... Conservatives today tend to poke fun at California, but the state is not defined by its current politics. California is a state with a deeply American heritage, founded by pioneers willing to cross a continent to seek their fortunes. Californians are ...
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