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New Magazine Focuses on Research at HBCUs

September 23, 2017 | : by Gia Savage Developed with the stories of the HBCU community in mind, a new magazine will share the innovative and inspiring work of scientists at historically Black colleges and universities across the nation. Celebrating the launch at the Newseum in the nation’s capital during the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s annual conference, HBCU Research magazine ...

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Fishers, Indiana tops Money Magazine’s list of best places to live

Where you live says a lot about who you are, it also speaks volumes about what kind of life you will have. To that end, Money Magazine recent identified the best places to live in the nation, fusing criteria such as job opportunities, quality public schools, low crime, cultural and recreational resources — including libraries and museums, and, of course, ...

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Who Dares Wins books Cesarewitch ticket | Racing News

Last Updated: 23/09/17 5:28pm Tom Marquand riding Who Dares Wins at Sandown Who Dares Wins got the better of his Alan King-trained stablemate Coeur De Lion to win the Betfred Cesarewitch Trial at Newmarket. As is so often the case in these marathon handicaps, jumps trainers were to the fore with dual-purpose performer Shrewd back in third. Coeur De Lion ...

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Go, Went, Gone by Jenny Erpenbeck review – humanising migration | Books

Displacement has moved beyond a literary theme; for millions, it is reality. The notion of war has been overtaken by upheaval, which forces desperate people to flee without hope of a final destination, allowing history to repeat itself, relentlessly. This is the humanising lens through which Jenny Erpenbeck, Europe’s outstanding literary seer, views our world. Previously she had looked to the layered history ...

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Demand for feeder cattle continues strong this week

Buyers continued to bid aggressively for feeder cattle this week, receiving added support from a rally in futures prices. Feeder steers and heifers traded mostly steady to $6 per cwt higher, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). Prices were uneven for calves as more of them start coming to market. Some auctions reported steady to higher prices for heavier, ...

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College basketball: Walker, Foulland recognized by magazine | Reading Eagle

Photo courtesy of Bucknell University | Bucknell’s Nana Foulland, a Berks Catholic graduate, is projected to repeat as Patriot League Player of the year. Saturday September 23, 2017 12:01 AM Reading Eagle Former Berks County standouts Lonnie Walker (Reading High) and Nana Foulland (Berks Catholic) have been recognized by the Athlon Sports College Basketball Preview. Walker, a ...

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Macworld’s October Digital Magazine: Your complete guide to Apple Pay

Macworld’s October Digital Magazine: Your complete guide to Apple Pay | Macworld Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. IDG “);});try{$(“div.lazyload_blox_ad”).lazyLoadAd({threshold:0,forceLoad:false,onLoad:false,onComplete:false,timeout:1500,debug:false,xray:false});}catch(exception){console.log(“error loading lazyload_ad “+exception);}}); Every day, Macworld brings you the essential daily news and other info about all things Apple. But staying on top of that torrent of information can be a constant challenge. ...

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Ripping up record books in run-and-shoot system

CLOSE Graceland receiver Caleb Thomas set an NAIA record against Baker on Sept. 16 with 27 catches in a single game. He discussed the performance from Lamoni. Chris Cuellar/The Register Graceland freshman receiver Caleb Thomas returns a kickoff in a Sept. 2 game against Avila in Lamoni, Iowa.(Photo: Courtesy of Graceland University athletics communications) LAMONI, Ia. — Caleb Thomas already thinks ...

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U of T plays prominent role in what magazine dubs Toronto ‘tech revolution’

The latest issue of Toronto Life magazine dubbed Canada’s largest city “the new Silicon Valley” – and the University of Toronto is playing a key role. The magazine highlights several U of T researchers who have helped fuel Toronto’s tech revolution. They include:  ●  U of T Associate Professor Raquel Urtasun, an expert in computer vision and machine learning who heads ...

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