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Peter In Detroit By Matthew Kowalski, Bill Bracco, Stephanie Roupp
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A city remaking itself, in love. A city seeking it's new name. A city of love Detroit.
Typing With One Hand By Peter Jurich
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When I was three-years-old, I was diagnosed with two strokes that were the byproducts of three hereditary brain tumors. The removal of the tumors resulted in a lack of fine motor skills in my left... More > hand (known as “the Shaky Left Hand”) and an inelegant gait. The book opens with my first day at the catholic school that provided me with a hatred for my first name, a fear of sexual urges and a belief in atheism. In high school I was nameless and studious. Will I be tempted to drink at my first party? Will the school ruffian break me after the Shaky Left Hand accidentally grabbed his girlfriend's butt? Will my testicle untwist itself in time for the dance? The fall after graduation, I was coaxed into living in a dingy apartment in Detroit where I studied theater in college. After two semesters spent doing my roommates’ dishes and imitating animals for my major, I moved back home. Then, I had my first drug experience and got my life on a confident track. (These two events were unrelated.)< Less
Typing With One Hand By Peter Jurich
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When I was three years old, my mother had to consider my funeral arrangements. I had been diagnosed with three brain tumors and two strokes. The tumors were removed, but escaping death did not leave... More > me without some scrapes: I've yet to fully reacquire the fine motor skills in my left hand and I walk with inelegant gait in my step. While others may view my condition as unique or pitiable, these are things I have simply grown up with. "Typing With One Hand" is Dave Eggers meets Frank McCourt in a memoir about about life after brain tumors. I'd tried my damnedest to have a normal childhood -- despite regular hospital check-ups -- but when coupled with family dysfunction, religious bigotry, sexual ineptitude and college, a "Shaky Left Hand" can be the least of your worries. So if you've ever felt insecure, out of place or even a little down about the cards you've been dealt, try "Typing With One Hand." You'll find it's easier to fit in once you realize that no one really does.< Less
Sugar & Architecture By Peter Stuhlreyer
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A collection of design proposals for a new nature center in Rochester, MI. A team of 16 designers collaborated on a research project that could result in an enhanced quality of life for this popular... More > Detroit suburb. Named "SANAAC" for Sugar Avenue Nature and Activity Center, the opportunities for expression and aesthetic are exciting and very wide ranging.< Less
Brightmoor Unearthed: A Neighborhood Analysis By Ashley Flintoff, Andrew Peters, Michael Smith
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An in-depth, semester long analysis of northwest Detroit's Brightmoor neighborhood using the HOPE (Human, Organizational, Physical and Economic) Development model
capstone By Jamie Duell, Lauren Hood, Andrew Peters
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A University of Detroit Mercy Master in Community Development Capstone project, engaging the Martin Park Community in Detroit Michigan 2011-12
Unpopular Catholic Truths By Oswald Sobrino
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This book of Catholic commentary defends and explains Catholic truths that are especially unpopular in the West today: the evil of abortion; the need for chastity; the evil of contraception; the... More > necessity of an all-male ordained priesthood; and the historical fact that Peter was the first Bishop of Rome. This edition is newly supplemented with a review essay on then Cardinal Ratzinger's book Salt of the Earth. Author Oswald Sobrino, M.A. (Econ.), J.D., is a Catholic writer trained as an attorney and economist. He is a lay graduate student in Biblical Studies at Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit. He writes the Catholic Analysis web column at www.CatholicAnalysis.blogspot.com. He has also published a collection of essays, Catholic Analysis 2006, also available at Lulu.com. Unpopular Catholic Truths is also available at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.< Less
Unpopular Catholic Truths By Oswald Sobrino
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This book of Catholic commentary defends and explains Catholic truths that are especially unpopular in the West today: the evil of abortion; the need for chastity; the evil of contraception; the... More > necessity of an all-male ordained priesthood; and the historical fact that Peter was the first Bishop of Rome. This edition is newly supplemented with a review essay on then Cardinal Ratzinger's book Salt of the Earth. Author Oswald Sobrino, M.A. (Econ.), J.D., is a Catholic writer trained as an attorney and economist. He is a lay graduate student in Biblical Studies at Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit. He writes the Catholic Analysis web column at www.CatholicAnalysis.blogspot.com. He has also published a collection of essays, Catholic Analysis 2006, also available at Lulu.com. Unpopular Catholic Truths is also available at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.< Less