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OpinionPeres lecture leaves something to be desiredBy Hady Hewidy ’17 October 31, 2014 There are several advantages to a liberal arts institution: small classes, educational freedom and an emphasis...
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Multiple first-year NHL draftees join proven vete...
After wrapping up a 5-2 victory over
during January’s last game, the men’s hockey team sat at 9-8-3, appearing to be on the precipice of a winning season with a high tournament seed...
Read more at The Brown Daily Herald
Planet-forming lifeline discovered in a binary st...
A research group led by Anne Dutrey from the Laboratory of Astrophysics of Bordeaux, France, and the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) observed the distribution of dust and gas in a...
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Change has been good for Lehighton football team
Sometimes in football, as in life, a change of scenery can provide a refreshing jolt of energy. Lehighton's switch from the Mountain Valley Conference to the Anthracite League has been beneficial in...
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College football player found a way to do it all ...
You can’t do it all. Not really. But if you try, you might be able to balance efforts to excel in more than one field by making hard choices. As a college freshman at
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Bye Bye Birdie
Democrats' best hope for picking up a Senate seat...
This is the biggest money race. The biggest nail-biter. Probably the best bellwether on who will control the Washington Senate in 2015. In the race for the 45th Legislative District's state Senate...
Read more at Crosscut
Bedford's Alexa Gage Earns Dean's Award At Colgat...
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Two Westchester County students have received Dean's Awards recognition at
for spring 2014. Julien Bannister, a Harrison resident and French major, and...
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Author's Page for Chris Hedges
Chris Hedges spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans. He has reported from more than 50 countries and has worked for The...
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Ridge Lines: Learning more about antimony
... Antimony makes up about 0.00002 percent of the Earth's crust. The Egyptians used antimony for black eye makeup. Bet you knew that. Didn't you? I have carried this fragment of knowledge with...
Read more at The Hendersonville Times-News
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Peacemaking is more than a prize
With the announcement of the Nobel Peace Prize, Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan became its youngest recipient at 17, sharing the award with Kailash Satyarthi of India. Shot in the head by the Taliban in...
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Norwegian Nobel Committee
Syracuse named one of the 20 best small cities fo...
The American Institute for Economic Research has named the Salt City as one of the 20 best small cities for college students. For Syracuse, that includes educational institutions such as SU, Le...
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River Dell welcomes new class to Athletic Hall of...
The Friends of River Dell (FORD) held an induction dinner for the River Dell Athletic Hall of Fame at Seasons Restaurant on Oct. 9. Here are the nine former athletes that make up this year's...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
Here come the Lehigh Valley Phantoms
Terry Murray is in his third year as coach of the Phantoms, but his first as coach of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, who played in Glens Falls, N.Y., the past five seasons as the Adirondack Phantoms...
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Penn alumni ranked "Least Dateable"
If you are looking for a future spouse, Penn might not be the best choice for college. Dating Ring — a matchmaking site — gathered data over 18 months from its 7,500 post-date feedback to find out...
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Nonnenberg making waves at Alabama
Just two meets into her collegiate career and freshman Mia Nonnenberg (Scranton Prep) already is making waves with the University of Alabama women’s swimming and diving team. On Friday, the Crimson...
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Two Bay Area chefs making 'Top Chef' debut this w...
For two Bay Area chefs on Season 12 of "Top Chef," which premieres on Bravo at 10 p.m. Wednesday, top speed was essential. "'Is it real? It that really the time that they have?'" San Jose chef...
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The Colleges With The Most Dateable Alumni
Matchmaking site The Dating Ring analyzed 7,500 post-date feedback forms submitted by 1,600 New York and San Francisco singles over the course of 18 months, all to determine which college or...
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Displaying a Confederate Flag at Bryn Mawr Leads ...
News and views from academia. A debate about a Confederate flag two students put up in their dorm room at Bryn Mawr College has escalated to a demonstration involving hundreds and a broader debate...
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The colleges with the least (and most) dateable a...
Did your Tinder date go to Princeton? You might want to cancel: Colleges with the least (and most) dateable alumni revealed Princeton, the University of Chicago and Berkeley have some of the least...
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Future lies with entrepreneurs
A “learning society”, not tourism, is the future of the Barbados economy. A prominent American economics professor who has taught at the University of the West Indies thinks Barbados’ tourism industry...
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