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Through the New York Times Readership Program, ADP had the opportunity to host Anthony Shadid twice in recent years, in 2010 and 2011. He will be missed.  

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/27/books/house-of-stone-a-memoir-by-anthony-shadid.html?_r=1  

The New York Times College Readership Program returns to the University of Central Oklahoma for 2011-12. Free copies of The New York Times are available to the campus community Monday-Friday in key locations throughout campus. If you use The New York Times in your course, please include The New York Times in your syllabus and send an electronic copy to Patti Loughlin, Ph.D., Director of the American Democracy Project, ploughlin@uco.edu or (405) 974-5491.
 
 
 



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