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Philly.com
Finally, jobs for new college grads - just maybe not the jobs they wanted(TNS) KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It may be the best time to graduate from college since
Finally, jobs for new college grads - just maybe not the jobs they wanted
Philly.com / Posted 5 days ago
(TNS) KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It may be the best time to graduate from college since the Great Recession. The rate of unemployment for recent graduates is under 5 percent and job prospects are finally brightening. But they’re still not great. Since the... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Filipino sketch artist shines in Finding DoryMANILA, Philippines – One of the riveting scenes in Finding Dory, the sequel to
Filipino sketch artist shines in Finding Dory
Pilipino Star / Posted 14 days ago
MANILA, Philippines – One of the riveting scenes in Finding Dory, the sequel to the Oscar-winning 2003 movie Finding Nemo, is the part when Dory and her sidekick Hank, a cranky seven-legged octopus, end up in the Kid Zone touch pool. Kids poke their... Read more
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The Mercury News
Using comedy, music to address teen suicidesEmily Liberatore, who plays "a girl named George" in "A Beautiful Glass," says
Using comedy, music to address teen suicides
The Mercury News / Posted 22 days ago
Emily Liberatore, who plays "a girl named George" in "A Beautiful Glass," says the new musical is "kind of comedy and kind of wacky." Except for the subject matter, which is teen suicide. "Our director, Tony, has taken this serious subject and is... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
People in BusinessMegan Everhart, a Lexington resident and recent graduate of Appalachian State U
People in Business
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 22 days ago
Megan Everhart, a Lexington resident and recent graduate of Appalachian State University, has been named a winner of Eaton’s 39th annual lighting design competition. Everhart was recognized with an honorable mention award and received a $500 prize... Read more
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The New Yorker
Prescription for DisasterRelatives of Stephen Schneider’s patients asked him about all the opioids they
Prescription for Disaster
The New Yorker / Posted 27 days ago
Relatives of Stephen Schneider’s patients asked him about all the opioids they were taking. He said everything would be fine.Credit Illustration by Stephen Doyle In 2005, the medical examiner in Wichita, Kansas, noticed a cluster of deaths that were... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Former McNeese President Robert Hebert diesFormer McNeese President Robert Hebert has died, McNeese officials confirmed Tu
Former McNeese President Robert Hebert dies
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 29 days ago
Former McNeese President Robert Hebert has died, McNeese officials confirmed Tuesday. Hebert succeeded Jack Doland in 1987 as university president and was succeeded by Philip Williams in 2010. Hebert died of a brain hemorrhage while vacationing in... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
UI's College of Media future up in the airURBANA — The abrupt resignation of the dean of the University of Illinois Colle
UI's College of Media future up in the air
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 29 days ago
URBANA — The abrupt resignation of the dean of the University of Illinois College of Media has once again stirred fears about the college's future. Interim Provost Edward Feser reached out to department heads after Jan Slater's May 12 resignation to... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Time-consuming technique was short-livedthink the photograph accompanying this week's article looks familiar, it is. As
Time-consuming technique was short-lived
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 1 months ago
think the photograph accompanying this week's article looks familiar, it is. As the inimitable Yogi Berra said, it's a case of "déjà vu all over again" as, due to an error on my part, the wrong photograph was submitted for my last column. My... Read more

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