Out of the Dark | Notre Dame Magazine | University of Notre Dame
Lost in the woods deep into night, he knelt on soggy leaves and made himself recall a short, cherished explanation of joy given him by a student who had once fled for his life in Liberia.
Living near woodlands is good for children and young people’s mental health
Children and young people’s proximity to woodlands has been linked with better cognitive development and a lower risk of emotional and behavioural problems, in a study led by UCL and Imperial College London scientists that could influence planning decisions in urban areas.
Brotherton Library in bid to save works by Brontës, Scott and Austen
The Brotherton Library at the University of Leeds is part of a consortium to save one of the most important collections of manuscripts and books in the UK from returning into private ownership.