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The Chicago Maroon
Booth Receives Donation to Support Entrepreneurship Programof Burns International Services Corp. Before earning his M.B.A. at Booth, he e
Booth Receives Donation to Support Entrepreneurship Program
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 20 hours ago
of Burns International Services Corp. Before earning his M.B.A. at Booth, he earned a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University in 1971. He has served on various boards, in addition to that of the University of Chicago. He serves on... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
School board names new Amy Beverland Elementary principal after deadly bus accidentINDIANAPOLIS – A new principal of Amy Beverland Elementary was approved by the
School board names new Amy Beverland Elementary principal after deadly bus accident
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 23 hours ago
INDIANAPOLIS – A new principal of Amy Beverland Elementary was approved by the School Board of the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township Monday evening. With the boards approval, Jered Pennington will take over the position July 1.... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
EVAAD Welcomes New Board MemberThe Evansville Vanderburgh Airport Authority District (EVAAD) announced that Gr
EVAAD Welcomes New Board Member
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted yesterday
The Evansville Vanderburgh Airport Authority District (EVAAD) announced that Gretchen Muchnick has joined its board of directors. “We are thrilled to add Gretchen to our board,” said Doug Joest, EVAAD executive director. “Her valuable experience and... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Business Notes May 22and creative strategy at conferences for varying industries around the country.
Business Notes May 22
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
and creative strategy at conferences for varying industries around the country. MicroNet, Inc. announces appointment to board of directors NISSWA—MicroNet, Inc., providers of MemberZone and ChamberMaster, the market leader of member management... Read more
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New York Magazine
Bernie’s Revolution Stops for No Onepresidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) speaks at a campaign event
Bernie’s Revolution Stops for No One
New York Magazine / Posted 4 days ago
presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) speaks at a campaign event on the campus of Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne May 2, 2016 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Voters in Indiana go to the polls tomorrow for the state's... Read more
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Daily Herald
Neuqua grads aiming to be TV's 'Greatest Makers'students at Neuqua Valley, but we weren't really friends until we were in colle
Neuqua grads aiming to be TV's 'Greatest Makers'
Daily Herald / Posted 4 days ago
students at Neuqua Valley, but we weren't really friends until we were in college, with me at Illinois State and Neil at Purdue. Since then, we had wanted to work together. So when we got the call to gauge our interest for the show -- based on... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Obama on science: 'It is fun. I love this stuff'for encouraging young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineer
Obama on science: 'It is fun. I love this stuff'
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
for encouraging young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. He announced a new advisory board to solicit suggestions from youngsters on how the government can support budding scientists and innovators. He also... Read more
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Greencastle Banner-Graphic
Beau Baird selected for Agricultural Leadership Programbased in part on their communication skills, leadership skills and knowledge of
Beau Baird selected for Agricultural Leadership Program
Greencastle Banner-Graphic / Posted 5 days ago
based in part on their communication skills, leadership skills and knowledge of agricultural trends and issues. Baird is a Purdue graduate who serves as the chief financial officer for Indiana Home Care Plus and for Baird Family Farms 4LLC. He is... Read more
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Boston Herald
Obama on science: 'It is fun. I love this stuff'for encouraging young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineer
Obama on science: 'It is fun. I love this stuff'
Boston Herald / Posted 5 days ago
for encouraging young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. He announced a new advisory board to solicit suggestions from youngsters on how the government can support budding scientists and innovators. He also... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Obama on science: 'It is fun. I love this stuff'for encouraging young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineer
Obama on science: 'It is fun. I love this stuff'
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 5 days ago
for encouraging young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. He announced a new advisory board to solicit suggestions from youngsters on how the government can support budding scientists and innovators. He also... Read more
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Daily Herald
Broadwind Energy appoints two to boardCICERO -- Broadwind Energy has appointed Persio V. Lisboa and Cary B. Wood to i
Broadwind Energy appoints two to board
Daily Herald / Posted 5 days ago
CICERO -- Broadwind Energy has appointed Persio V. Lisboa and Cary B. Wood to its board of directors. Lisboa, 50, is president, operations of Navistar, a Lisle-based manufacturer of commercial trucks, buses, defense vehicles and engines, a role he... Read more
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New England Sports Network
NBA Draft 2016 Big Board: Ranking Top 50 Players In Talented Classwent in the top two — but the rest of the first round is difficult to predict r
NBA Draft 2016 Big Board: Ranking Top 50 Players In Talented Class
New England Sports Network / Posted 6 days ago
went in the top two — but the rest of the first round is difficult to predict right now. Here’s our Top 50 NBA Draft Big Board, version one. 1) Ben Simmons (SF/PF, LSU, 6-10, 240 pounds) 2) Brandon Ingram (SF, Duke, 6-9, 195) 3) Buddy Hield... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Clemson joins the pursuit of Tre ShawTuesday joined the long list of suitors for DB Tre Shaw of Ellenwood, GA. And h
Clemson joins the pursuit of Tre Shaw
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
Tuesday joined the long list of suitors for DB Tre Shaw of Ellenwood, GA. And he was glad to add the Tigers' offer to his board. "I'm very happy, I've been waiting on that offer for awhile," Shaw said. "I always liked Clemson growing up as a... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Kenneth Gorgalteam. In 2001, he was inducted into St. Bede's inaugural Hall of Fame. Ken went
Kenneth Gorgal
Bureau County Republican / Posted 8 days ago
team. In 2001, he was inducted into St. Bede's inaugural Hall of Fame. Ken went on to play college football and baseball at Purdue University from 1946 to 1950 where he played as a quarterback and punt returner. Ken set a school record that stood... Read more
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Accounting Today
Firm News – May 13, 201650 students from five Northwest Indiana high schools attended the Indiana CPA S
Firm News – May 13, 2016
Accounting Today / Posted 8 days ago
50 students from five Northwest Indiana high schools attended the Indiana CPA Society's "Game On: CPAs in Action" at Purdue University Northwest's Calumet campus in Hammond on May 10. Game On is a free half-day career awareness program for... Read more
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Daily Herald
89-old finds his check mates with studentsLAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Desperate for a competitor, Bill Nangle posted a cardboard s
89-old finds his check mates with students
Daily Herald / Posted 8 days ago
LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Desperate for a competitor, Bill Nangle posted a cardboard sign reading "Anybody want to play chess?" on the door to his nursing home room. Nangle, 89, had a long and successful history playing the game before he came to Creasy... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression,"
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression," said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University's Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. "It's not surprising we're seeing... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression,"
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression," said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University's Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. "It's not surprising we're seeing... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. “I see this as kind of a logical progression,”
Public schools cash in with naming rights
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 10 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. “I see this as kind of a logical progression,” said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University’s Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. “It’s not surprising we’re seeing... Read more
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The Morning Call
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression,"
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
The Morning Call / Posted 10 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression," said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University's Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. "It's not surprising we're seeing... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression,"
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
Chicago Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression," said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University's Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. "It's not surprising we're seeing... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression,"
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression," said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University's Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. "It's not surprising we're seeing... Read more
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Deseret News
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression,"
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
Deseret News / Posted 10 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression," said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University's Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. "It's not surprising we're seeing... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightsthan $600,000 worth of athletic fields and classrooms and is looking to do even
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 10 days ago
than $600,000 worth of athletic fields and classrooms and is looking to do even more. Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University, says more public schools are looking at naming rights as a way to raise money. It's an idea that started... Read more
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The Washington Times
Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. “I see this as kind of a logical progression,”
Public schools cash in with naming rights
The Washington Times / Posted 10 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. “I see this as kind of a logical progression,” said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University’s Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. “It’s not surprising we’re seeing... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightsthan $600,000 worth of athletic fields and classrooms and is looking to do even
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 10 days ago
than $600,000 worth of athletic fields and classrooms and is looking to do even more. Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University, says more public schools are looking at naming rights as a way to raise money. It's an idea that started... Read more
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Salon.com
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. “I see this as kind of a logical progression,”
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
Salon.com / Posted 10 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. “I see this as kind of a logical progression,” said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University’s Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. “It’s not surprising we’re seeing... Read more
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Daily Herald
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rightstax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression,"
Your Stadium Here: Public schools cash in with naming rights
Daily Herald / Posted 10 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression," said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University's Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. "It's not surprising we're seeing... Read more
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ABC News
Your Stadium Here: Public Schools Cash in With Naming Rightstax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression,"
Your Stadium Here: Public Schools Cash in With Naming Rights
ABC News / Posted 10 days ago
tax cuts and property tax caps. "I see this as kind of a logical progression," said Josh Boyd, an associate professor at Purdue University's Brian Lamb School of Communication who has researched naming rights. "It's not surprising we're seeing... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Undefeated UALRone of three top candidates to replace the down-to-earth, reasoned and reasonab
Undefeated UALR
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
one of three top candidates to replace the down-to-earth, reasoned and reasonable Joel Anderson. The University of Arkansas Board of Trustees will meet in little ol' Nashville, Ark., on May 25 to decide who gets to lead UALR headlong into the... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Carlon Perry not afraid of hard workSchool of Engineering and Computer Science. Julio Hernández, who also wants to
Carlon Perry not afraid of hard work
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 11 days ago
School of Engineering and Computer Science. Julio Hernández, who also wants to become an astronaut, is scheduled to attend Purdue University’s PhD program in the fall. Hernández, born in French Camp and raised in Stockton, attended Pacific through... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
The trouble with Title IX: Holes in the systemmisconduct cases since fall 2014, according to its Title IX coordinator Katie S
The trouble with Title IX: Holes in the system
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 11 days ago
misconduct cases since fall 2014, according to its Title IX coordinator Katie Slabaugh. Ball State’s Sexual Misconduct Board heard 12 cases since fall 2014, and in 8 cases the student was found responsible for the misconduct. Four were found... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Tyer will not serve on Pittsfield Economic Development Authority board&Mdash; Mayor Linda M. Tyer has kept her campaign promise not to serve on the P
Tyer will not serve on Pittsfield Economic Development Authority board
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 11 days ago
&Mdash; Mayor Linda M. Tyer has kept her campaign promise not to serve on the Pittsfield Economic Development Authority's board of directors. Tyer helped introduce the board's three new members before Monday's PEDA board meeting, and repeated why... Read more
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Boston Globe
Judge orders OxyContin files unsealedPike Circuit Court in Kentucky. They include the deposition of Dr. Richard Sack
Judge orders OxyContin files unsealed
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
Pike Circuit Court in Kentucky. They include the deposition of Dr. Richard Sackler, a former president of OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP and a member of the family that owns the privately held Connecticut company. OxyContin has been blamed by... Read more
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USA Today
A new way to pay for collegePurdue program bases repayment on postgraduate income. Across the USA, tens of
A new way to pay for college
USA Today / Posted 14 days ago
Purdue program bases repayment on postgraduate income. Across the USA, tens of thousands of college students are graduating this month with freshly minted diplomas — and piles of debt. In 2014, the average student borrower had nearly $30,000 in... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
Irish back in the mix for elite DE Robert Bealfinal season, even battling a high ankle sprain, Martin played like one of the
Irish back in the mix for elite DE Robert Beal
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 14 days ago
final season, even battling a high ankle sprain, Martin played like one of the country’s best centers, the second off the board in the draft behind Alabama’s Ryan Kelly. That body of work—not to mention the pedigree Martin brings with an All-Pro... Read more
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ESPN
Our ideal -- and admittedly unrealistic -- expansion plansat the next inevitable step for all five of those conferences, one more round o
Our ideal -- and admittedly unrealistic -- expansion plans
ESPN / Posted 15 days ago
at the next inevitable step for all five of those conferences, one more round of expansion and realignment across the board. This will be the final great tectonic shift that forever breaks the Power 5 away on their own, becoming some sort of... Read more
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CBS Sports
NCAA ADs consider pooling athletes for cheaper, better health insurancederived from financial aid offices. Pruitt said only “a handful” of universitie
NCAA ADs consider pooling athletes for cheaper, better health insurance
CBS Sports / Posted 15 days ago
derived from financial aid offices. Pruitt said only “a handful” of universities are paying cost of attendance across the board to all athletes. “Most of them have couched it as we start with football, men's basketball and women's basketball, and... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
Path to the Draft: KeiVarae Russellfinal season, even battling a high ankle sprain, Martin played like one of the
Path to the Draft: KeiVarae Russell
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 15 days ago
final season, even battling a high ankle sprain, Martin played like one of the country’s best centers, the second off the board in the draft behind Alabama’s Ryan Kelly. That body of work—not to mention the pedigree Martin brings with an All-Pro... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
Greg Bryant succumbs to gunshot wounds, dead at 21final season, even battling a high ankle sprain, Martin played like one of the
Greg Bryant succumbs to gunshot wounds, dead at 21
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 16 days ago
final season, even battling a high ankle sprain, Martin played like one of the country’s best centers, the second off the board in the draft behind Alabama’s Ryan Kelly. That body of work—not to mention the pedigree Martin brings with an All-Pro... Read more
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The Advocate
‘She’s the only person I hear’: LSU’s Kramer Robertson, Kim Mulkey spend Mother’s Day the only way they know howRobertson led off for the first time ever. He struck out four times in four at-
‘She’s the only person I hear’: LSU’s Kramer Robertson, Kim Mulkey spend Mother’s Day the only way they know how
The Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
Robertson led off for the first time ever. He struck out four times in four at-bats. Made an error, too, as LSU beat Purdue 4-2. Most mothers, Mulkey says, would wait for the phone call from a pity-seeking son. “Baby, it’s OK; you’re just a... Read more
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The Advocate
‘Who wouldn’t be proud to have her as a mother?’: LSU’s Kramer Robertson, Kim Mulkey spend Mother’s Day the only way they know howRobertson led off for the first time ever. He struck out four times in four at-
‘Who wouldn’t be proud to have her as a mother?’: LSU’s Kramer Robertson, Kim Mulkey spend Mother’s Day the only way they know how
The Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
Robertson led off for the first time ever. He struck out four times in four at-bats. Made an error, too, as LSU beat Purdue 4-2. Most mothers, Mulkey says, would wait for the phone call from a pity-seeking son. “Baby, it’s OK; you’re just a... Read more
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The Advocate
‘Who wouldn’t be proud to have her as a mother?’: LSU’s Kramer Robertson, Kim Mulkey spend Mother’s Day the only way they know howRobertson led off for the first time ever. He struck out four times in four at-
‘Who wouldn’t be proud to have her as a mother?’: LSU’s Kramer Robertson, Kim Mulkey spend Mother’s Day the only way they know how
The Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
Robertson led off for the first time ever. He struck out four times in four at-bats. Made an error, too, as LSU beat Purdue 4-2. Most mothers, Mulkey says, would wait for the phone call from a pity-seeking son. “Baby, it’s OK; you’re just a... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
OxyContin's 12-Hour Problem. Behind the 'Grim Sleeper' Verdict.Scott Glover -- uncovered something new about why so many people have become ad
OxyContin's 12-Hour Problem. Behind the 'Grim Sleeper' Verdict.
Los Angeles Times / Posted 18 days ago
Scott Glover -- uncovered something new about why so many people have become addicted. It involves the 12-hour dosing that Purdue Pharma pushed. This is the untold story of America's bestselling painkiller. More About OxyContin Three Decades... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
Purdue Aviation, Tecnam Combine ResourcesPlan To Bring Sales, Flight Training To Purdue Research Park Aerospace District
Purdue Aviation, Tecnam Combine Resources
The Aero-News Network / Posted 18 days ago
Plan To Bring Sales, Flight Training To Purdue Research Park Aerospace District Purdue Aviation LLC, Purdue Research Foundation and Tecnam US Inc. have announced a partnership that will support a U.S.-based sales, maintenance and training center in... Read more
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CBS Sports
2016 NBA Draft Combine list is out, does not include LSU's Ben SimmonsNBA Draft Combine list. Among the more notable names in attendance will be Bra
2016 NBA Draft Combine list is out, does not include LSU's Ben Simmons
CBS Sports / Posted 19 days ago
NBA Draft Combine list. Among the more notable names in attendance will be Brandon Ingram (No. 2 on the CBS Sports Big Board), Kris Dunn (No. 4), Jaylen Brown (No. 5) and Jamal Murray (No. 6). You'll notice, that list does not include Ben... Read more
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Grainnet.com
American Feed Industry Association Honors Donald E. Orr, Jr., With 2016 Distinguished Service Awardindustry and to AFIA. Left to right: AFIA President and CEO Joel G. Newman, aw
American Feed Industry Association Honors Donald E. Orr, Jr., With 2016 Distinguished Service Award
Grainnet.com / Posted 19 days ago
industry and to AFIA. Left to right: AFIA President and CEO Joel G. Newman, award recipient Donald E. Orr, Jr., and AFIA Board of Directors Chairman Rob Sheffer. Orr received the award May 4, at the AFIA Board of Directors dinner in Arlington,... Read more
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Boston Globe
Have the Patriots found the next hidden talent in their undrafted free agents?least) coming out of Kent State in 2013, but he was mentally prepared to be pas
Have the Patriots found the next hidden talent in their undrafted free agents?
Boston Globe / Posted 20 days ago
least) coming out of Kent State in 2013, but he was mentally prepared to be passed over. Instead of staying glued to the board, he spent the first day of the draft golfing with his buddies. The guard’s name was never called, but as soon as the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Have the Patriots found the next hidden talent in their undrafted free agents?least) coming out of Kent State in 2013, but he was mentally prepared to be pas
Have the Patriots found the next hidden talent in their undrafted free agents?
Boston Globe / Posted 20 days ago
least) coming out of Kent State in 2013, but he was mentally prepared to be passed over. Instead of staying glued to the board, he spent the first day of the draft golfing with his buddies. The guard’s name was never called, but as soon as the... Read more
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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
The Ted Cruz meltdownmoderate Republicans and women during the debates, and I think had an opportuni
The Ted Cruz meltdown
WTAE-TV Pittsburgh / Posted 20 days ago
moderate Republicans and women during the debates, and I think had an opportunity to deliver a message and bring folks on board." After all, Fiorina was an experienced businesswoman who counted Indiana's former lieutenant governor, Sue... Read more
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