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posted by CAA — Jul 24, 2019

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A worker near an open part of Notre Dame’s roof. Some sections of the cathedral have since been exposed to rainfall and high temperatures that France has experienced. Photo: Patrick Zachmann—Magnum Photos for TIME

An Exclusive Look inside the Recovery Efforts to Save Notre Dame

Three months after the blaze, the cathedral’s chief architect Philippe Villeneuve leads us through the damage. (TIME)

It’s Not Just Sarah Milov. Female Academics Aren’t Credited in Media ‘All the Time.’

Original ideas from an academic, both journalists and academics agree, should have a name attached. (The Lily)

Colleges Fear Losing International Students over Visa Delays

Dozens of institutions have urged the government to expedite the approval process.(Education Dive)

I’m Emptying My Bank Account to Go to Columbia

“My hope has never been this fat, this wild. But my anxiety has never been this intense. I try to breathe. I smile when it gets unbearable.” (The Atlantic)

Ahdaf Soueif on Resigning from the British Museum’s Board of Trustees

“Will the museum use [their collection] to influence the future of the planet and its peoples? Or will it continue to project the power of colonial gain and corporate indemnity?” (LRB)

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