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Is Harvard fair? Historic affirmative action trial begins Monday

Is Harvard fair? Historic affirmative action trial begins MondayA lawsuit against Harvard brought on behalf of Asian-American students who failed to gain admission goes to trial on Monday in one of the most consequential race cases in decades, with affirmative action policies across the country at stake. Read The Full Article Here
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His assistant reflects on accidental dream career

His assistant reflects on accidental dream career Close to a decade ago, I had a baby. A few months later, dissatisfied with my full-time editing job, and despondent at having to put my newborn into daycare for 50 hours a week, I began looking for part-time and freelance opportunities. On a whim, I emailed a brief entreaty, my resume, and a photo of my chubby-legged, smilingly toothless infant to Tony Bourdain, for whom I'd worked on "Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook" several years prior. Read The Full Article Here
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From Michelin-stars to holes-in-the-wall, he went

From Michelin-stars to holes-in-the-wall, he wentBourdain was no stranger to fine dining, but he was as comfortable in upscale, white-tablecloth establishments as he was in a backyard crawfish boil. To him, it was always about way more than the food. Watch Parts Unknown Sundays at 9PM ET/PT on CNN. Read The Full Article Here
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A chance encounter with Bourdain

A chance encounter with BourdainAbout five years ago following a work event in New York City, my colleague and friend Jeff Hanle and I ended up in a dive bar not far from Columbus Circle. Read The Full Article Here
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Seattle Seahawks right ship on London trip

Seattle Seahawks right ship on London tripWith the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders struggling mightily five games into this NFL season, a 10-hour flight to Europe was bound to be a welcome change for one team and a nightmare for the other. Read The Full Article Here