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(WBB) Madison Cable approved for 5th year of elig...
... attest, you can’t watch the NCAA Women’s Final Four if you don’t have cable. Ask any member of the University of Notre Dame women’s basketball program and they’ll tell you the Fighting Irish...
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New dean among appointments approved by SFA Board...
NACOGDOCHES – Dr. Timothy Bisping was officially appointed dean of the Nelson Rusche College of Business during the Stephen F. Austin State University Board of Regents meeting Tuesday. Bisping,...
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SAC's hottest team hands Pioneers pair of losses
CHICKASHA, Okla. – The hottest baseball team in the Sooner Athletic Conference handed Wayland Baptist a pair of losses here Friday afternoon as the University of Science and Arts Drovers limited the...
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Wayland Baptist gets sweep
Provided by: Wayland Baptist University Athletics Aaron Vallance had six hits, and Josh Alexander hit two home runs and produced six RBIs to lead Wayland Baptist to a non-conference doubleheader...
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Hocking has four president candidates remaining
Hocking College has narrowed the search for its next president down to four candidates, including current interim president Betty Young. In response to a request for update from The Athens NEWS,...
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Physicists first to create new molecule with reco...
A proposed pathway to construct quantum computers may be the outcome of research by a University of Oklahoma physics team that has created a new molecule based on the interaction between a...
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Janet L. Norwood, former Bureau of Labor Statisti...
Dr. Janet L. Norwood gives testimony in 1987, during her tenure as the head of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. She died at age 91 in Austin. (James K.W. Atherton/The Washington Post) Janet L....
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Climate change teachers at Clark: Gird for the lo...
... researcher Susanne C. Moser said Thursday at a daylong Climate Change Teach-in at Clark University. "This is a fight we'll be involved with for generations to come," said Ms. Moser,...
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Common Core student testing a battleground issue
Common Core State Standards began as a state-initiated effort to build consistent K-12 standards throughout the country. Though Common Core started as a bipartisan effort, the standards have evolved...
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Can Dying Languages Be Saved?
It is a singular fate to be the last of one’s kind. That is the fate of the men and women, nearly all of them elderly, who are—like Marie Wilcox, of California; Gyani Maiya Sen, of Nepal; Verdena...
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