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ABC Montana
Update: Two women found dead in Butteof Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust
Update: Two women found dead in Butte
ABC Montana / Posted yesterday
of Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust to the University of Montana’s Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences. MISSOULA – Monday officials with the University of Montana announced a... Read more
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ABC Montana
Son of "Ice Road Truckers" star talks about father's deathof Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust
Son of "Ice Road Truckers" star talks about father's death
ABC Montana / Posted yesterday
of Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust to the University of Montana’s Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences. MISSOULA – Monday officials with the University of Montana announced a... Read more
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ABC Montana
Thousands of Missoulians left without powerof Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust
Thousands of Missoulians left without power
ABC Montana / Posted yesterday
of Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust to the University of Montana’s Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences. MISSOULA – Monday officials with the University of Montana announced a... Read more
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ABC Montana
Scientists investigate parasite responsible for Yellowstone fish killof Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust
Scientists investigate parasite responsible for Yellowstone fish kill
ABC Montana / Posted yesterday
of Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust to the University of Montana’s Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences. MISSOULA – Monday officials with the University of Montana announced a... Read more
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ABC Montana
Berry picker sustains injuries in surprise bear encounterof Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust
Berry picker sustains injuries in surprise bear encounter
ABC Montana / Posted yesterday
of Montana announced a $5 million gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust to the University of Montana’s Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences. MISSOULA – Monday officials with the University of Montana announced a... Read more
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Market Watch
Sheila Bair has a plan to increase college savingBair wants to pay families to save for college. Families who use funds from a
Sheila Bair has a plan to increase college saving
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
Bair wants to pay families to save for college. Families who use funds from a college savings account to pay tuition at Washington College, the small liberal arts school in Chestertown, Md., where Bair is president, will have the funds matched... Read more
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CNBC
One college's strategy will double your money on 529 college savingswas established at least three years before their enrollment. "Unfortunately,
One college's strategy will double your money on 529 college savings
CNBC / Posted yesterday
was established at least three years before their enrollment. "Unfortunately, participation in 529 plans is low," said Washington College President Sheila Bair, former chairwoman of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. "We hope to inspire... Read more
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The Maui News
Emi AbeClub, HOSA, Interact Club, National Honor Society, Church Youth Leadership * F
Emi Abe
The Maui News / Posted 6 days ago
Club, HOSA, Interact Club, National Honor Society, Church Youth Leadership * FUTURE PLANS: Studying industrial design at a Washington college Sports Spotlight students are selected by athletic officials from Maui County high schools and these... Read more
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The Atlantic
Could Reviving a Defunct Banking Rule Prevent a Future Crisis?savers, but allowing more competition must be at the forefront of any true fina
Could Reviving a Defunct Banking Rule Prevent a Future Crisis?
The Atlantic / Posted 7 days ago
savers, but allowing more competition must be at the forefront of any true financial reform. Sheila Blair, president of Washington College and former Chairperson of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) under President George W.... Read more
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Raw Story
Slavery on campus — recovering the history of Washington College’s discarded slavesUniversity Schools did their part to promote slavery as well. For example, in
Slavery on campus — recovering the history of Washington College’s discarded slaves
Raw Story / Posted 8 days ago
University Schools did their part to promote slavery as well. For example, in 1825 when slave owner John Robinson died, Washington College (now known as Washington and Lee University) in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley inherited about 80 people... Read more
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Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal
Teen sailor from Gloucester making a name for himselfBecher in Tampa to train during this past winter. Becher began coaching in 1993
Teen sailor from Gloucester making a name for himself
Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal / Posted 13 days ago
Becher in Tampa to train during this past winter. Becher began coaching in 1993 and has been a sailing coach at the University of California Santa Barbara, the University of Southern California, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and Washington Coll... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Ann Wilmer Hoon, former educator and activist, diesafter returning to Chestertown, Mrs. Hoon founded PACE — Program for Advancemen
Ann Wilmer Hoon, former educator and activist, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
after returning to Chestertown, Mrs. Hoon founded PACE — Program for Advancement of Continuing Education — at Washington College. The program is now called the Washington College Academy for Lifelong Learning. During the 1980s and... Read more
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The Hill
I’m sweating my butt off in a bear suit – can we finally move on climate change?don’t change our ways fast. William J. Snape III is senior counsel at the Cent
I’m sweating my butt off in a bear suit – can we finally move on climate change?
The Hill / Posted 20 days ago
don’t change our ways fast. William J. Snape III is senior counsel at the Center for Biological Diversity, and a professor at American University, Washington College of Law. The views expressed by authors are their own and not the views of The Hi... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Former congresswoman Helen Bentley remembered in Harford as 'first-class' and a 'special person'"how direct she was... I learned a lot about campaigning from her because she w
Former congresswoman Helen Bentley remembered in Harford as 'first-class' and a 'special person'
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
"how direct she was... I learned a lot about campaigning from her because she was pretty tireless." He was a student at Washington College and a member of the Maryland College Republicans, when he worked on Mrs. Bentley's second congressional... Read more
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Reuters
How voting rights’ victories could change the presidential raceas acting assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Justice Department
How voting rights’ victories could change the presidential race
Reuters / Posted 27 days ago
as acting assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Justice Department and chief counsel for Senator Edward M. Kennedy on the Senate Judiciary Committee. He is a fellow in law and government at American University Washington College of L... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Startup Maryland announces 2016 bus tour dates, stopsdocumentary of their past tours, called STRT1UP, which is also the tour bus' li
Startup Maryland announces 2016 bus tour dates, stops
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
documentary of their past tours, called STRT1UP, which is also the tour bus' license plate. The tour kicks off Sept. 10 at Washington College. In Baltimore, the bus will make stops toward the end of September at Spark, City Garage and the Mt. Royal... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Maimone, Fable commit - Boys LacrosseJoe Maimone, a rising senior lacrosse player at Don Bosco, committed to Divisio
Maimone, Fable commit - Boys Lacrosse
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 28 days ago
Joe Maimone, a rising senior lacrosse player at Don Bosco, committed to Division III Washington College in Maryland. He considered Connecticut College, Dickinson and Franklin & Marshall before making his choice. Maimone said that Washington's... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
SpotllightEvelyn Mantegani has graduated from Washington College, having majored in art a
Spotllight
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 28 days ago
Evelyn Mantegani has graduated from Washington College, having majored in art and art history and minored in business management. She also received the Art History Award, presented annually to acknowledge excellence in the field of art... Read more
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Daily Mail
Seattle house party shooter who killed ex was 'depressed' after splitbroke that three had been left dead at a house party in Ivanov's hometown that
Seattle house party shooter who killed ex was 'depressed' after split
Daily Mail / Posted a month ago
broke that three had been left dead at a house party in Ivanov's hometown that the friend learned the popular University of Washington college student had not seemed like himself for some time. Other friends close to Ivanov had realized just how... Read more
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Providence Business News
Clement appointed HousingWorks RI directorshe received her bachelor of arts in political science and economics from Provi
Clement appointed HousingWorks RI director
Providence Business News / Posted 1 months ago
she received her bachelor of arts in political science and economics from Providence College and a juris doctor from Washington College of Law at American University. “Brenda Clement is exceptionally well prepared to assume leadership of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wyn Drabble: Silent absurdity of PC brigadeprimary school. Suggested acceptable alternatives were high fives or "knuckle h
Wyn Drabble: Silent absurdity of PC brigade
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
primary school. Suggested acceptable alternatives were high fives or "knuckle handshakes". Parents of students at a Washington college expressed concern that their non-discrimination policy would prevent them from stopping a transgender from... Read more

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