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After a year of education through computer screens and the internet, one Russian school looks to bring the screens back into the physical classroom with a robotic teacher.
A Russian agency has banned some foods from school cafeterias in Russia, including ketchup.
“Let's dance and hug a little less, and give less work to our healthcare system.”
– Yevgeny Yelin, vice-governor of St. Petersburg, on a recent proposal to close restaurants in the city at 11 PM.
September 1 is not only the start of the school year in Russia, but also a time to celebrate knowledge and wisdom.
“Are all these really mercenaries? // In Moscow, their voices are heard already! // The column went more and more powerfully. // They do not ask or pray, // They want the will to reach // All the ears of the people. // And there is no task to borrow, // No, it’s not their roof that is sliding. // ‘We are not stupid, we are not stupid!’ // Ah, those who don't want to hear them.”
– Sergei Shnurov, leader of the band Leningrad, and a politician and producer, who used a poem on Instagram to announce his arrival in Khabarovsk to check out the protests occuring there in response to the arrest of governor Sergei Furgal
School certificates in the city of Tolyatti were declared void due to spelling errors.
Authorities are searching for a couple in Ufa who became overly physical with each other in front of a school.
“It’s not clear how he found himself at school: maybe someone threw him out or he crawled away. As our specialist said, the python is full. Such an animal is able to swallow even a cat. And it’s a great happiness that no one was hurt.”
– Alena Shibanova, a representative from the Good Home Animal Shelter, on a two-meter python found near a school in Kineshma
Guard duty sends an old villager back to school, and down a broad and dusty lane full of memories.
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