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Samuel Henderson
Works at Samuel Henderson Translations
Attends Valparaiso University School of Law
Lives in Gary, IN
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Guidance on student life at Frances Shimer College, 1941:
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+Samuel Henderson Jeez. Get a life, huh?  
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Proud graduate of America's #bestworstcollege  
This tiny, eccentric institution in Chicago was just voted the worst place to study in America. But does Shimer, which shuns lectures and has no societies or clubs, deserve such an accolade? Jon Ronson went there to investigate
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Funny thing. I currently live about twenty or so minutes from the school's original campus in Mt. Carroll.
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How many ATA-certified translators are there? I couldn't find a quick-and-easy answer to this question, so I went and did a little digging in the directory. (Or rather, I used a Python script to dig through the downloaded data for me.) pie chart. The upshot: At this writing, there are 1650 ...
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The following table shows the currentness of the semi-official Korean Legal Research Institute translations of Korean statutes and regulations (which are also available through the Ministry of Legislation). The chart was most recently updated on October 28, 2014. For simplicity, this table uses ...
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The Shimer article in Korean:
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올해 10월, 시카고에 위치한 쉬머 대학이 미국 최악의 대학으로 꼽혔습니다. 강의도 없고 동아리도 없는 이 작고 기묘한 대학이 정말로 최악의 대학 대접을 받아야만 하는 것일까요? 학생과 교수의 인터뷰를 들어봅시다.
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My latest post for Valpo Law Blog:
Wherever you live, odds are you aren't very far from an underground storage tank (“UST”) filled with a toxic substance like gasoline. That tank could be leaking right now and you wouldn't know. The contamination is out of sight and out of mind—until it finally comes to light years or decades later. Then the question is: who foots the bill?…
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"Note that in this example, the client did not say, “You are an imposter and you’re not worth what you’re charging.” You may have heard that, but that’s not what the client said."
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    Korean-English translator, present
  • Pusan National University
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- Daegu, South Korea
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Introduction
Translator, editor, walker of dogs, occasional unicyclist, and alum-historian of a certain small college in Chicago.
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  • Valparaiso University School of Law
    present
  • Shimer College
  • University of Southern Queensland
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Your basic neighborhood bar: low-key and laid-back. Has played an indispensable role as a gathering place for the Shimer College community. However, this may not be the friendliest place if you are just coming by as a stranger, especially in the absence of friends who are regulars. In addition, as the space is quite small, it can get very loud and crowded on some nights..
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great dog people --as you might expect in such a dog-intensive neighborhood -- and very professional. They have done very well by our shih-tzu, who is quite particular about how he prefers to be groomed. Definitely recommended.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Without doubt, this is the place to go for Korean groceries in the Chicago area. (There is a reasonable amount of Japanese and some other Asian foodstuffs as well.) Excellent selection and quite fair prices. Whether you're after sweet-potato noodles, the extensive kimchi bar, or a dolsot pan, if they don't have it here, you probably won't find it anywhere else in the city.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Tasty Mexican food with reasonable selection and fast service, located very conveniently on the walkway to the South Shore and Metra Electric trains. Not world-beating cuisine, perhaps, but a good option when you're rushing for the train. If you're not rushing, the space is not large, but it is sufficient to sit and get some work done as you enjoy your shrimp quesadilla.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Formerly called Ennui, this cafe is now known as the Growling Rabbit. The selection of baked goods and coffee-type beverages is good, the ambience is pleasant and relaxed, and the events are great. I have attended several symposia here, organized by Erik Graff; they are invariably excellent. For a its combination of cookies, coffee, and conversation, I don't think the Growling Rabbit can be beat by any establishment in Rogers Park (or for some distance beyond).
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Like many things in downtown Chicago, this garage is difficult to navigate unless you're already familiar with it. However, it's hard to beat the location, and the price is reasonable by downtown Chicago standards. If traveling with a dog, however, this is not for you: the exits open onto a no-dogs area of the park.
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reviewed a year ago
Great space for live music, well-designed and well-managed. Captures and channels the energy of the bands. If you're not one for standing in the "pit", the wraparound second floor offers good seating options as well.
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