Monthly Archives: March 2014

Agent Orange Not Included In “NEW” Lessons from An Old War

by Heather A. Bowser The “NEW” Lessons from an Old War, do not Include Agent Orange, According to University of Pittsburgh’s Honors College Panelists When something is just to good to be true and it usually is. The University … Continue reading

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The Hell of Agent Orange

A Short Story by Donal Mahoney “Throw me down the stairs a sandwich, Ollie, I’m hungry,” said Dr. Olga Sumvitch, hollering up to me from Hell again in her best fractured English. Although she had spent the last 30 years … Continue reading

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Agent Orange

A Poem by Bob Boldt —Five hundred years ago, the poet Nguyen Binh Khiem called the land into being. He wrote: “Vietnam is being created!” * Agent Orange: You bring disorder to this land and to the poetry of DNA, … Continue reading

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