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Young entrepreneurs took time this week to plan f...
The Okoboji Entrepreneurial Institute has a week-long conference for students from multiple Iowa universities. The goal is to bring momentum for the Iowa Lakes Corridor region and to help passionate...
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University of Northern Iowa
British Open Star Paul Dunne to Play U.S. Am
Paul Dunne, the Irish amateur who took center stage during the British Open, will play in the U.S. Amateur later this month at Olympia Fields via special exemption from the USGA. The 22-year-old born...
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Bites & Sips - Global flavors on tap at new spots
Balluchi Indian Fusion & Bar, 4903 Market St.
of Wilmington North Carolina grad Laverry Kumar has expanded her edible ambitions just a few months after taking over the former Siaa...
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Teams chase sky-high dreams: 'Let's go do the Flu...
PORTLAND, Ore. -- The creative minds behind the some 40-plus Red Bull Flugtag entrees worked on their airships for months only to come to Waterfront Park on Saturday, push their design (friend inside)...
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University of Portland
Art on Demand features The Upshot with Vancouver ...
The Emerge program for young artists will host its third Art on Demand event at The Reach on Aug. 8 at 2 p.m., featuring The Upshot, a casual talk with artist Jay Hanscom. In honour of Hanscom’s...
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Tattoos may be taboo for U.S. millennials seeking...
The legs of a model tattooed with hearts as she prepares backstage before a presentation as part of Fashion Weekend Plus Size Summer 2015 collection show in Sao Paulo July 25, 2015. NEW YORK Forty...
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American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
SS&C to create 300 new jobs in Evansville, In...
... is nearing an all-time record of private sector employment because companies like SS&C are committed to growing here in the Hoosier State,” said Governor Mike Pence. “We are proud to have...
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Pajaronian Sam Chelanga wins 43rd edition of Whar...
The Kenyan-born runner was sidelined with a stress fracture in his left foot in April, and had to sit out a full month before building himself back up in the short time before the 43rd running of the...
Read more at Register Pajaronian
Study finds workplace rudeness is contagious
You can't spread it with a cough, sneeze or kiss, but workplace rudeness is still contagious, researchers say. People who encounter rude behavior from co-workers are more likely to act rudely in...
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University of Florida
Jiggling Jenneke goes cold in sunshine
MICHELLE Jenneke is learning to lift in the little league in her quest to perform in the big league. Australia’s top hope in the 100m hurdles at next month’s world titles in Beijing jumped at the...
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Headlines Matter--Especially in Science Reporting
This piece was reprinted by OpEdNews with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source. by Mark Lichty On June 5, the Pocono Record...
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Take the finger off the trigger
As a separate entity under the state constitution, the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and Wayne State University have the power to make and enforce ordinances about weapons on...
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Michigan State University
Controlled burns increase invasive grass in hardw...
Controlled burning is widely used to maintain biodiversity and enhance regeneration of important deciduous tree species such as oak and hickory, but a
of Illinois study found that...
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University of Illinois
Maryland-made milk aims for growing recovery mark...
Two fathers from Western Maryland have developed a nutritionally dense chocolate milk they say will help athletes recover better after strenuous exercise. Their milk, dubbed 5th Quarter Fresh, is...
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University of Maryland
The LGBT Movement Needs to Diversify or Die
In Philadelphia, we have the gayborhood, a lively gay plot of land in the heart of downtown. We have a rainbow street, fine dining and nightclubs, gender-neutral bathrooms, and some consider it a safe...
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University of Pennsylvania
Workers affected by California drought to receive...
News ReleaseWorkers affected by California drought to receive temporary employment Labor Department announces $18M in National Dislocated Worker Grant funding WASHINGTON Well into its fourth year,...
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Nottingham model agency to team up with iconic ha...
A model agency for students has been approached by top hairdressers Vidal Sassoon to recommend people to strut their stuff on the catwalk. Model Students, based in the Sir Colin Campbell Building at...
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University of Nottingham
Tragedy in Chicago echoed in C-U 100 years ago
Little known today, one of the great disasters in U.S. history occurred 100 years ago this week in Chicago, and caused heartbreak and anxiety throughout Illinois including Champaign-Urbana. Although...
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Pajaronian Past champs headline Wharf to Wharf el...
Previous victors will headline both the men�s and women�s elite runners field in the 43rd annual running of the Wharf to Wharf on July 26. Kenyans Nelson Oyugi and Shadrack Kosgei will return with...
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Santa Cruz County
4 Ways Your Brain Is Holding You Back
You may not realize it, but your brain is working against you. Think about it: How many times have you tried to focus in a meeting, only to succumb to a burning desire to check your Instagram? Or...
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