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Duke University
In the Classroom, a Decade of Lessons from Hurricane KatrinaA Texas Army National Guard Blackhawk deposits a 6,000 pound-plus bag of sand a
In the Classroom, a Decade of Lessons from Hurricane Katrina
Duke University / Posted 4 days ago
A Texas Army National Guard Blackhawk deposits a 6,000 pound-plus bag of sand and gravel to help close the breach in the 17th Street Canal in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Photo Courtesy WIkimedia Commons Durham, NC - A decade ago... Read more
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The Chronicle
A taste of DukeWelcome back to campus and to another FDOC from Editorial Board! In addition to
A taste of Duke
The Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
Welcome back to campus and to another FDOC from Editorial Board! In addition to the second largest ever admitted class, this year brings a great deal of change to campus, and we are excited to critically examine the stories that unfold. For those who... Read more
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The Chronicle
ICS program looking for stabilityThe recent questions have emerged since Frances Hasso, former director of ICS a
ICS program looking for stability
The Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
The recent questions have emerged since Frances Hasso, former director of ICS and associate professor of women’s studies, decided not to continue as director of the program following the 2014-15 academic year. Hasso’s hiring in 2010 was intended to... Read more
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The Chronicle
ICS looking for stability after director steps downThe recent questions have emerged since Frances Hasso, former director of ICS a
ICS looking for stability after director steps down
The Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
The recent questions have emerged since Frances Hasso, former director of ICS and associate professor of women’s studies, decided not to continue as director of the program following the 2014-15 academic year. Hasso’s hiring in 2010 was intended to... Read more
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The Chronicle
Hottest headlines from Summer Session IIFor those who lost touch with University news during late June and July, there
Hottest headlines from Summer Session II
The Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
For those who lost touch with University news during late June and July, there is a lot to get caught up on upon returning to campus. The Chronicle takes a look at some of the most noteworthy headlines from Summer Session II as the 2015-16 academic... Read more
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The Chronicle
Hottest headlines from Summer Session IIFor those who lost touch with University news during late June and July, there
Hottest headlines from Summer Session II
The Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
For those who lost touch with University news during late June and July, there is a lot to get caught up on upon returning to campus. The Chronicle takes a look at some of the most noteworthy headlines from Summer Session II as the 2015-16 academic... Read more
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The Chronicle
Class of 2019 O-week scheduleTUESDAY, AUGUST 18 Move-In! 8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. – East House, Bell Tower, Bro
Class of 2019 O-week schedule
The Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18 Move-In! 8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. – East House, Bell Tower, Brown, Gilbert-Addoms, Giles, Wilson 10:30 a.m. - noon – Alspaugh, Blackwell, Southgate 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. – Pegram, Bassett, Epworth, Jarvis, Randolph 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.... Read more
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The Pratt Tribune
Pratt school district receives $25,000 grantA grant of $25,000 will enable the Pratt school district to implement new caree
Pratt school district receives $25,000 grant
The Pratt Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
A grant of $25,000 will enable the Pratt school district to implement new career pathways sooner rather than later and with some extra pieces. In June, USD 382 administrators were notified the district was a finalist in Monsanto’s America’s Farmers... Read more
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The Pratt Tribune
Pratt school board address infrastructure projects Posted Aug. 11, 2015 at 8:37 AM At its regular monthly meeting on Monday, th
Pratt school board address infrastructure projects
The Pratt Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
Posted Aug. 11, 2015 at 8:37 AM At its regular monthly meeting on Monday, the USD 382 Board of Education voted to spend more than a quarter-million dollars on capital improvements.A bid of $115,855... Read more

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