Monthly Archives: December 2018

Mysterious 600-year-old manuscript finally decoded

The trial and error that went into decoding the 15th century Voynich manuscript could give The “Da Vinci Code (Doubleday, 2003) a run for its money. The Voynich manuscript is a cryptic manuscript that no one has been able to read until now and was considered a foreign language. Deep …

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Notre Dame Taps Author, Speechwriter For Commencement – Inside Indiana Business

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and presidential speechwriter Peggy Noonan will deliver the University of Notre Dame’s 174th commencement address in the spring. Noonan will also receive an honorary degree at the May 19 ceremony. Noonan started at CBS radio after graduating from Fairleigh Dickinson University, then became a speechwriter for the …

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George HW Bush was a middle man, says former speechwriter : NPR

Rachel Martin chats with Andrew Ferguson, the former president’s speechwriter and now with The weekly normon the impact of the Bush presidency on the identity of the Republican Party. RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: George HW Bush often found himself in between. He was a transitional president, trying to get through the …

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Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and acclaimed speechwriter Peggy Noonan to be Notre Dame’s 2019 opening speaker | News | Notre-Dame news

Peggy Noonan – Pulitzer Prize-winning Wall Street Journal columnist, speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan, and author of five New York Times best-selling books – will deliver the keynote address and receive an honorary degree at the 174th launch ceremony from the University of Notre Dame in May 19. “Peggy Noonan …

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Former speechwriter remembers President Bush

With the passing of President George HW Bush, Americans around the world are remembering his legacy. “Take a moment and be sad because part of our history has passed,” said Rochester’s Tom Frisk. With the news of President George HW Bush passing late on Friday night, it was the topic …

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