Since moving to the neighborhood in 1978, Jesse Diner has enjoyed his view of the bay. A barrier at the end of the cul de sac would obscure his view of the horizon, says Diner, a real estate lawyer who lives on NE 57th Street about a half block west of the Polakoff Carver manse. “The preservation of scenic vistas is constitutionally proper,” he reasons.
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Columbia University’s Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute is an interdisciplinary center for scholars across the university, created on a scope and scale to explore the human brain and behavior at levels of inquiry from cells to society. The institute’s leadership, which includes two Nobel Prize winning neuroscientists, and many of its principal investigators will be based at the 450,000 square foot Jerome L.
But public records, online comments, and interviews indicate things began to unravel in 2012, when the Florida Department of Education filed a complaint in Broward County against Fonseca’s South Beach Staffing Enterprises LLC. Investigators alleged he had been operating a bartending school without a license since 2007. In a June 2014 agreement, Fonseca didn’t admit any wrongdoing but agreed to operate in a licensed location, according to court records..
Honorees regularly speak of the excitement that they get in imparting their knowledge to students. Rafael Yuste, a professor of earth and environmental sciences, says that interacting with his students helps him to expand his own thinking. Environmental scientist Peter Kelemen points out that “a key to teaching is to share a sense of how much there is still to learn.” French professor Joanna Stalnaker hopes that her students will “discover with me the strangeness and freshness of works from other periods of history and in other languages than English.” Perhaps psychology professor Valerie Purdie Vaughns (CC’93) summarizes it best: “I treat my students as scholars and they become scholars,” she says..
Often, the offering of a spiced tea or coffee is a way to show hospitality in Arabic cultures. From their beginnings in nomadic cultures, Arabic drinks have evolved from practical, life sustaining foods to what they are today creative combinations of ingredients that serve many functions. Anise tea greets visitors.