History almost repeats itself, and not in a good way.

Editor’s Warning: Mentions of Death

Happening in the World: Russian forces have seized the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, Ukrainian officials report. The U.S. Embassy in Kyiv called the attack a “war crime,” underscoring the devastating possibility of yet another nuclear disaster on Ukrainian soil. While the fire was contained and no release of radioactive material was reported, the aftermath of the conflict resulted in the death of several Ukrainian citizens. (BBC)

Happening in the US: The wreckage of The Atlanta, has been found in Lake Superior, over one hundred years after its disappearance. Clearly visible at a depth of more than 600 feet, the remains are located roughly 35 miles off the coast of Deer Park, Michigan. Due to the cold temperatures of the lake, the boat has remained well preserved despite the time underwater is had endured. (NBC)

Happening in NYC: Nitehawk Cinema is hosting their annual Nitehawk Shorts Fest this weekend at Prospect Park! “From creatively drawn pandemic sex fantasies, visceral animated poop stories, eerie tales of isolation, and an experimental look at birth and Cabbage Patch dolls, come titrate all of your senses with this diverse program of shorts, and stay for a tender romance with a sinfully slimy monster”. Curious? We are. Click here to learn more.

Happening in Our Community: Join the NYUJordan Center x Columbia Harriman Institute for a special co-hosted meeting in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The conversation will focus on providing context and promoting understanding through a dialogue between experts in regards to the crisis in the East. Interested in attending? Click here to learn more.

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