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Officer.com
Fighting Cognitive Distortionsthat hurts, blocks our ability to find humor around us, and stands in the way o
Fighting Cognitive Distortions
Officer.com / Posted 34 minutes ago
that hurts, blocks our ability to find humor around us, and stands in the way of bridging division. Stanford University psychiatrist and researcher Dr. David Burns has identified ten common thought distortions that can easily... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
September 27, 2016to pay premium prices for it. The former is called horsemeat. The latter is ca
September 27, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
to pay premium prices for it. The former is called horsemeat. The latter is called crab, shrimp, lobster, oysters, clams, etc. Go figure. Naïve or dumb? Trump lacks competence to constructively confront our nation’s future Ronald Braukhoff’s... Read more
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The Hindu
Two IIT alumni get MacArthur Fellowships for 2016of the fellowship — dubbed the “genius grant” — are Subhash Khot, now at New Yo
Two IIT alumni get MacArthur Fellowships for 2016
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
of the fellowship — dubbed the “genius grant” — are Subhash Khot, now at New York University and Manu Prakash, now at Stanford University. Two alumni of the IITs have been given the ‘Genius Grant’ this year. The John D and Catherine T... Read more
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J Weekly
letterswomen, he mocked a war hero, mocked the disabled, mocked Gold Star people, call
letters
J Weekly / Posted 6 days ago
women, he mocked a war hero, mocked the disabled, mocked Gold Star people, called for a ban on Muslims entering America, etc. Need more be said? We must join together to stop him! Harry Lieberman | Berkeley Editor’s note: As a 501(c)(3)... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
UCLA's Takkarist McKinley, Mique Juarez exchange barbs on Twitterexcused absence, but McKinley didn’t appear to be so forgiving as the Bruins st
UCLA's Takkarist McKinley, Mique Juarez exchange barbs on Twitter
Los Angeles Times / Posted 9 days ago
excused absence, but McKinley didn’t appear to be so forgiving as the Bruins started to prepare for a showdown with No. 7 Stanford on Saturday night at the Rose Bowl. “I don’t care if you a 5 [star],” McKinley wrote in a tweet that was deleted... Read more
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Breitbart
McDonalds Hires Foreign H-1Bs, Fires 70 American Accounting Staffat all it is a one-sentence quote verses the rest of the article’s support for
McDonalds Hires Foreign H-1Bs, Fires 70 American Accounting Staff
Breitbart / Posted 10 days ago
at all it is a one-sentence quote verses the rest of the article’s support for how great illegal aliens or refugees, etc. are for Ohioans,” she told Breitbart. “Wages are being suppressed because so many people are using the visa program,”... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
The College Football Viewing Guide For Week 3 Offers Us An Abundance Of RichesQB Jalen Hurts. Of course, if Hurts can get the ball into the hands of his play
The College Football Viewing Guide For Week 3 Offers Us An Abundance Of Riches
Yahoo Sports / Posted 11 days ago
QB Jalen Hurts. Of course, if Hurts can get the ball into the hands of his playmakers (RB Damien Harris, WR Calvin Ridley, etc.) with room to operate, ‘Bama should be able to put up some points. Considering how last week’s game went, expect Saban... Read more
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Golf Magazine
Reverse Momentum Can Help The U.S. Win Back the Ryder Cuppeople are too easily led to believe that past performance indicates future res
Reverse Momentum Can Help The U.S. Win Back the Ryder Cup
Golf Magazine / Posted 11 days ago
people are too easily led to believe that past performance indicates future results. Then, in 2014, Jeffrey Zwiebel at Stanford and Brett Green at Cal-Berkeley said the Hot Hand Fallacy was wrong, and momentum was real. Earlier research, they... Read more
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CNBC
If you missed billionaires Lasry & Sternlicht at Delivering Alpha, here's the transcriptwinter yet. Caruso-Cabrera: So, you two are the kind of guys who would get dea
If you missed billionaires Lasry & Sternlicht at Delivering Alpha, here's the transcript
CNBC / Posted 13 days ago
winter yet. Caruso-Cabrera: So, you two are the kind of guys who would get deal flow. Right? People bring stuff to you, etc. Any unicorns that you passed on or any would-be unicorns you looking at. You get any tech stuff put in front of you. You... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Opening a can of A-Z as the Oregon Ducks head to Nebraskaon stadium expansion. Or maybe UO is just raking in so much healthy revenue on
Opening a can of A-Z as the Oregon Ducks head to Nebraska
OregonLive.com / Posted 17 days ago
on stadium expansion. Or maybe UO is just raking in so much healthy revenue on licensing, television, sponsorships, etc. that the selling of game tickets has become a secondary focus. D) Royce Freeman is gifted. You know it. I know it. He... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Full Text of All Articles The Berkeley Daily Planetstartling ignorance. Far more troubling is the generally credulous reception s
Full Text of All Articles The Berkeley Daily Planet
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 19 days ago
startling ignorance. Far more troubling is the generally credulous reception she’s gotten from the media. Only Curbed, the Stanford Political Journal, and the New York Times bothered to interview a member of the Palo Alto council, Mayor Pat Burt.... Read more
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Mashable
A new pot breathalyzer is on its way but many debate its effectivenessImage: Luiz Rampelotto/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images Researchers
A new pot breathalyzer is on its way but many debate its effectiveness
Mashable / Posted 20 days ago
Image: Luiz Rampelotto/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images Researchers from Stanford University have developed a "potalyzer," a device that can detect levels of THC in a human to determine if a driver is too impaired to operate a motor... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Government benefiting off student loan repaymentwill be $60,000 or more. Get a computer science or electrical engineering degre
Government benefiting off student loan repayment
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
will be $60,000 or more. Get a computer science or electrical engineering degree from Carnegie Mellon, Caltech, MIT or Stanford, and starting salary will be nudging $90,000 to $100,000. That’s well into the 25 percent tax rate. That’s pretty... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Palo Alto and the tech shop of horrors. Categorystartling ignorance. Far more troubling is the generally credulous reception s
Palo Alto and the tech shop of horrors. Category
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 25 days ago
startling ignorance. Far more troubling is the generally credulous reception she’s gotten from the media. Only Curbed, the Stanford Political Journal, and the New York Times bothered to interview a member of the Palo Alto council, Mayor Pat Burt.... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Uncle Sam makes out like a bandit when collecting student debtstarting salary will be $60,000 or more. Get a computer science or electrical e
Uncle Sam makes out like a bandit when collecting student debt
Dallas Morning News / Posted 25 days ago
starting salary will be $60,000 or more. Get a computer science or electrical engineering degree from Caltech, MIT or Stanford and your starting salary will be nudging $90,000 to $100,000. That's well into the 25 percent tax rate. That's... Read more
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Bleacher Report
B/R Ultimate Guide to 2016 College Football Seasonlet's not disregard what a win would mean for the Cougars and the aftershocks t
B/R Ultimate Guide to 2016 College Football Season
Bleacher Report / Posted 27 days ago
let's not disregard what a win would mean for the Cougars and the aftershocks that would be felt with such an upset. 9. Stanford at Notre Dame (Saturday, Oct. 15) By the Fighting Irish's standards, their schedule is not the same soul-sucking... Read more
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Newser
'Stanford Rapist' to Be Released After Serving Half of Sentence Brock Turner scheduled for release Friday Posted Aug 29, 2016 6:47 PM CDT (
'Stanford Rapist' to Be Released After Serving Half of Sentence
Newser / Posted 30 days ago
Brock Turner scheduled for release Friday Posted Aug 29, 2016 6:47 PM CDT (Newser) – Brock Turner, the former Stanford swimmer whose sexual assault conviction and subsequent... Read more
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birminghammail
Policewoman who parked in disabled bay to get lunch sparks angerand you struggle to stay safely in a wheelchair on the uneven, sloping footpath
Policewoman who parked in disabled bay to get lunch sparks anger
birminghammail / Posted a month ago
and you struggle to stay safely in a wheelchair on the uneven, sloping footpaths and bumpy, pothole laden car parks etc.” However, Luke Stanford said: “Police have busy jobs and have to find time to get food before rushing back out to the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Weekly Calendar, Aug. 28, 2016Libraries, 443 N. Sixth St., take and work on your unfinished craft project or
Weekly Calendar, Aug. 28, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
Libraries, 443 N. Sixth St., take and work on your unfinished craft project or object (scrapbook, scarf, quilt, jewelry, etc.), while visiting with other crafters, 243-4442. Mesa Fiber Arts Guild evening meeting, 6–8 p.m. first Thursday of each... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
You Might Be Undermining Your Diversity Efforts Without Even Knowing Ityou to prospective employees who identify as various races and ethnicities, rel
You Might Be Undermining Your Diversity Efforts Without Even Knowing It
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 1 months ago
you to prospective employees who identify as various races and ethnicities, religions, ages, genders, sexual orientations, etc., can help you attract candidates of various viewpoints and life experiences. Groups, institutions, universities, and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Govt Should Never Have Intervened in Fees Crisis - Jansenrevenue: state subsidy and tuition. This isn't the US, where private entities p
Govt Should Never Have Intervened in Fees Crisis - Jansen
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
revenue: state subsidy and tuition. This isn't the US, where private entities provide endowments, like your Rockefellers, etc. "The amount of money in real terms is dropping every year, and without state funding, these two 'planes' collide. It's... Read more
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