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2014/09/17 01:38
2014/09/17 01:38
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The reason why the sight of a bomb or any other threatening object triggers panic in your mind may be that the brain prioritises threatening information over other cognitive processes. Researchers...
2014/09/17 01:38
2014/09/17 01:38
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2014/09/16 21:33
2014/09/16 21:33
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... & Lyrics” was held at Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater. It featured Vince Gill and raised $1,050,000. In a press release, Edith Royal called the night “a true testament to the...
2014/09/16 15:43
2014/09/16 15:43
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Mi Familia Vota Education Fund, Voto Latino, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Latino Victory Project and 50-plus groups Launch Robust National Voter Registration Drive MFVEF TX takes...
2014/09/14 03:20
2014/09/14 03:20
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Flying from a specially erected flagpole more than 200 feet high - taller than the Statue of Liberty replica in Las Vegas - the black, red and green flag, at 97 by 65 feet, is big enough to drape over...
2014/09/12 23:15
2014/09/12 23:15
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DALLAS — Clouds of sickly sweet blackberry smoke are billowing out of Isaac Doss’ mouth. He takes a long draw from the bubbling hookah and passes the pipe to Kara Brick. They are sprawled on...
2014/09/10 18:39
2014/09/10 18:39
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SMU and the University of Texas at Dallas have opened new dining halls this fall. These state-of-the-art kitchens offer vegan, gluten-free, and sophisticated foods to students. Sometimes attracting...
2014/09/10 09:35
2014/09/10 09:35
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Every day, the average person has about 70,000 thoughts! That's a lot of information for your brain to process and store. If you want your brain to function at its best, you have to make sure you're...
2014/09/05 12:39
2014/09/05 12:39
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The Department of Veterans Affairs reports that a million veterans and their dependents have enrolled in college in the last four years. That means a very different college experience for students,...
2014/09/04 15:08
2014/09/04 15:08
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Traumatic Axonal Injury is a form of traumatic brain injury that can have detrimental effects on the integrity of the brain's white matter and lead to cognitive impairments. A new study from the...
2014/09/03 05:39
2014/09/03 05:39
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Attorney General Greg Abbott brought his campaign for governor to Dallas yesterday to draw attention to his plan for higher education. But the hottest buzz surrounded debate jockeying between Abbott...
2014/09/02 19:54
2014/09/02 19:54
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Dallas, TX — Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott will call for students to receive college credit for taking massive open online courses — often referred to as "MOOCs" — as part of the...
2014/09/02 03:34
2014/09/02 03:34
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Military-style gear is now in the cross hairs of a national debate in light of images of protesters clashing with well-armed, well-armored police officers in Ferguson, Missouri. In Denton County and...
2014/08/31 01:34
2014/08/31 01:34
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Milnes retires to open new studio in N.C. University of North Texas College of Visual Arts & Design Dean Robert Milnes has retired from his local post. He plans to open a studio in Ashford, North...
2014/08/28 23:39
2014/08/28 23:39
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To boldly go where no man has gone before – is a phrase that usually leads to thoughts of exploring the stars, but in this case we’re referring to the deepest parts of the ocean. The Mariana trench...
2014/08/26 04:12
2014/08/26 04:12
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As Kimberly Kempf-Leonard begins her new job, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, she has big shoes to fill. The building that holds her office, Gardiner Hall, is still decorated on the outside...
2014/08/25 11:31
2014/08/25 11:31
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Every day, the average person has about 70,000 thoughts! That’s a lot of information for your brain to process and store. If you want your brain to function at its best, you have to make sure you’re...
2014/08/24 17:08
2014/08/24 17:08
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DALLAS - Kimberley Cole is guardian of the goods — 2 million scraps of crime and lost property. And she says she knows how to find every piece. Vials of blood. A human rib cage. Empty caskets....
2014/08/24 13:19
2014/08/24 13:19
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In a laboratory on Galveston Island, Tom Geisbert is working overtime. The pressure is on as the biggest Ebola epidemic in history creeps across West Africa, jumping over borders and permeating...
2014/08/23 00:44
2014/08/23 00:44
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As Alyson Abel prepares for her first class at San Diego State University, she’s getting her notes and course materials together and even asking friends for advice and tips. With SDSU’s fall semester...
2014/08/21 04:31
2014/08/21 04:31
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WASHINGTON — The shooting of an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Mo., has exposed what the U.S. Department of Justice doesn�t know about police use of force. Federal officials don�t know how many police...
2014/09/17 01:38
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