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ABC News
Trump's Russia Reset Ideas Alarming Allies, Many in USprimary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emer
Trump's Russia Reset Ideas Alarming Allies, Many in US
ABC News / Posted 5 hours ago
primary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton and New York University, credits Trump for focusing on issues ripe for discussion. He said that while Trump talks "elliptically" and... Read more
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WA Today
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a col
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a column for Time magazine, teaches at New York University, has 191,000 followers on Twitter and is a frequent presence on international news channels. Eurasia has... Read more
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The Age
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a col
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics
The Age / Posted 8 hours ago
($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a column for Time magazine, teaches at New York University, has 191,000 followers on Twitter and is a frequent presence on international news channels. Eurasia has... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a col
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a column for Time magazine, teaches at New York University, has 191,000 followers on Twitter and is a frequent presence on international news channels. Eurasia has... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a col
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics
Canberra Times / Posted 8 hours ago
($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a column for Time magazine, teaches at New York University, has 191,000 followers on Twitter and is a frequent presence on international news channels. Eurasia has... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a col
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 hours ago
($131 million) in revenue last year. He sends out a weekly update, writes a column for Time magazine, teaches at New York University, has 191,000 followers on Twitter and is a frequent presence on international news channels. Eurasia has... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Trump’s Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in USprimary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emer
Trump’s Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in US
Inquirier.net / Posted 13 hours ago
primary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton and New York University, credits Trump for homing in on issues that are ripe for discussion. He said that while Trump talks... Read more
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Salon.com
Trump’s Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in USprimary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emer
Trump’s Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in US
Salon.com / Posted 13 hours ago
primary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton and New York University, credits Trump for homing in on issues that are ripe for discussion. He said that while Trump talks... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study saysincome and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study says
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 hours ago
income and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk of divorce. That's surprising, said New York University sociology professor Paula England, but she said she finds the study's methodology "very sound" and its... Read more
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WA Today
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study saysincome and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study says
WA Today / Posted 18 hours ago
income and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk of divorce. That's surprising, said New York University sociology professor Paula England, but she said she finds the study's methodology "very sound" and its... Read more
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The Age
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study saysincome and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study says
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
income and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk of divorce. That's surprising, said New York University sociology professor Paula England, but she said she finds the study's methodology "very sound" and its... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study saysincome and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study says
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
income and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk of divorce. That's surprising, said New York University sociology professor Paula England, but she said she finds the study's methodology "very sound" and its... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study saysincome and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk
Why your marriage failed: It wasn't about the money, Harvard study says
Canberra Times / Posted 19 hours ago
income and the wives' economic independence didn't correlate with a higher risk of divorce. That's surprising, said New York University sociology professor Paula England, but she said she finds the study's methodology "very sound" and its... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Justice Rosalie Abella: Doing justice to her father’s dreamand sporting a trim beard, sits beside her. Irving Abella, whom she calls Itchi
Justice Rosalie Abella: Doing justice to her father’s dream
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
and sporting a trim beard, sits beside her. Irving Abella, whom she calls Itchie, is a professor emeritus of history at York University. “I want to know everything I can about them,” she tells Aleksandra Sajdak, an enthusiastic young Polish... Read more
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CNN
North Carolina voter ID law overturnedburden on any voters, much less African-American voters." Attorneys for the Br
North Carolina voter ID law overturned
CNN / Posted 22 hours ago
burden on any voters, much less African-American voters." Attorneys for the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law countered that the law was enacted "under highly rushed and sharply polarized circumstances,"... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Trump's Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in USprimary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emer
Trump's Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in US
Brandon Sun / Posted 22 hours ago
primary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton and New York University, credits Trump for homing in on issues that are ripe for discussion. He said that while Trump talks... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Donald Trump's Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in U.S.primary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emer
Donald Trump's Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in U.S.
Northwest Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
primary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton and New York University, credits Trump for homing in on issues that are ripe for discussion. He said that while Trump talks... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Donald Trump's Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in U.S.primary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emer
Donald Trump's Russia reset ideas alarming allies, many in U.S.
Daily Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
primary campaign against Sen. Bernie Sanders. But Steven Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton and New York University, credits Trump for homing in on issues that are ripe for discussion. He said that while Trump talks... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Raonic man on a missionmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Raonic man on a mission
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 23 hours ago
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Want to prevent boredom this summer? First, you need to understand itbut not fulfilling a need to engage.” Fellow researcher John Eastwood, a clini
Want to prevent boredom this summer? First, you need to understand it
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
but not fulfilling a need to engage.” Fellow researcher John Eastwood, a clinical psychologist and associate professor at York University, agrees with this definition of boredom as an “unfulfilled desire for engagement.” If what you are feeling is... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Raonic man on a missionmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Raonic man on a mission
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted yesterday
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Raonic man on a missionmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Raonic man on a mission
Simcoe Reformer / Posted yesterday
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Raonic man on a missionmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Raonic man on a mission
Fort McMurray Today / Posted yesterday
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Barrie ripe for bumblebee count: expertis an excellent place to look for bumblebees because it's a mix of the southern
Barrie ripe for bumblebee count: expert
Barrie Examiner / Posted yesterday
is an excellent place to look for bumblebees because it's a mix of the southern Ontario fauna and Boreal fauna,” said York University's Dr. Sheila Colla, who helps run the Save The Bees organization. “Some of the highest species diversity in... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Raonic man on a missionmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Raonic man on a mission
St. Catharines Standard / Posted yesterday
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Raonic man on a missionmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Raonic man on a mission
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted yesterday
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Raonic man on a missionmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Raonic man on a mission
Chatham Daily News / Posted yesterday
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Raonic man on a missionmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Raonic man on a mission
Niagara Falls Review / Posted yesterday
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Raonic man on a missionmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Raonic man on a mission
Welland Tribune / Posted yesterday
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Lesley M. M. Blume on Hemingway's Hypermasculinity (REVIEW ESSAYthe book Tough, Sweet & Stuffy: An Essay on Modern American Prose Style (1966),
Lesley M. M. Blume on Hemingway's Hypermasculinity (REVIEW ESSAY
Op-Ed News / Posted yesterday
the book Tough, Sweet & Stuffy: An Essay on Modern American Prose Style (1966), Walker Gibson (1919-2009) in English at New York University discusses how influential Hemingway's tough-talk style became by 1966. For later American examples of... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Transgender actors teach NYU Langone med students to be better docsCenter. They work as so-called standardized patients, paid actors who role-play
Transgender actors teach NYU Langone med students to be better docs
Crain's New York Business / Posted yesterday
Center. They work as so-called standardized patients, paid actors who role-play scenarios with student doctors from the New York University School of Medicine—in this case, to raise awareness about transgender health issues. “It’s not only an... Read more
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express
What does Chelsea Clinton do? Hillary Clinton's daughter factson to hedge fund Avenue Capital Group. She has also taught graduate classes at
What does Chelsea Clinton do? Hillary Clinton's daughter facts
express / Posted yesterday
on to hedge fund Avenue Capital Group. She has also taught graduate classes at Columbia University and worked for New York University in the past. Chelsea Clinton as a political daughter Mrs Clinton’s daughter has been a constant presence on... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Forrest Mars Jr., who shaped global candy empire, dies at 84He earned his bachelor's degree in science from Yale University in 1953, and a
Forrest Mars Jr., who shaped global candy empire, dies at 84
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted yesterday
He earned his bachelor's degree in science from Yale University in 1953, and a master's in business administration from New York University School of Business in 1958. After serving in the U.S. Army for two years, he started his career an... Read more
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Fortune
The Less Noticed Battles That May Decide the Presidential Electionlaws. It continues to be a real problem,” said Jennifer Clark, an attorney with
The Less Noticed Battles That May Decide the Presidential Election
Fortune / Posted yesterday
laws. It continues to be a real problem,” said Jennifer Clark, an attorney with the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law, a non-partisan civil liberties group. The center is participating in the challenge to the... Read more
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The Scientist
Week in Review: July 25–29is excellent to see additional studies supporting the feasibility of tau immuno
Week in Review: July 25–29
The Scientist / Posted yesterday
is excellent to see additional studies supporting the feasibility of tau immunotherapies,” Einar Sigurdsson of New York University School of Medicine, who was not involved in the study, wrote in an email.Healthy clones Sheep cloned through... Read more
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CBS News
​Forrest Mars, longtime leader of a candy empire, dies at 84He earned his bachelor's degree in science from Yale University in 1953 and a m
​Forrest Mars, longtime leader of a candy empire, dies at 84
CBS News / Posted yesterday
He earned his bachelor's degree in science from Yale University in 1953 and a master's in business administration from New York University School of Business in 1958. After serving in the U.S. Army for two years, he started his career an... Read more
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CNN
Big night or big fail?with regard to the office of the American president. Ruth Ben-Ghiat is a profe
Big night or big fail?
CNN / Posted yesterday
with regard to the office of the American president. Ruth Ben-Ghiat is a professor of history and Italian studies at New York University. Her latest book is "Italian Fascism's Empire Cinema." The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Milos Raonic man on a mission at hometown Rogers Cupmemories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont
Milos Raonic man on a mission at hometown Rogers Cup
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
memories of attending the Canadian Open as a child growing up in Thornhill, Ont., mere minutes from the Aviva Centre at York University. As such, the world No. 7, who is seeded fourth here this week, said the tournament holds sentimental value... Read more
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CTV News
Perseid meteor shower will be extra dazzling this Augustyou pass through an area of that stream that is more densely populated with tha
Perseid meteor shower will be extra dazzling this August
CTV News / Posted yesterday
you pass through an area of that stream that is more densely populated with that material, then that’s called an outburst,” York University astronomy and physics professor Paul Delaney told CTVNews.ca. For stargazers looking for a show, Delaney has... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Forrest Mars Jr., who shaped global candy empire, dies at 84He earned his bachelor's degree in science from Yale University in 1953, and a
Forrest Mars Jr., who shaped global candy empire, dies at 84
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted yesterday
He earned his bachelor's degree in science from Yale University in 1953, and a master's in business administration from New York University School of Business in 1958. After serving in the U.S. Army for two years, he started his career an... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Raonic last Canadian man standinghe cashed in on eight aces to kick off the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event.
Raonic last Canadian man standing
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
he cashed in on eight aces to kick off the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event. The version of Milos Raonic tennis fans at York University were treated to in his return to a Canadian court was equal parts relaxed and focused. Now 38-9 in 2016,... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Raonic last Canadian man standinghe cashed in on eight aces to kick off the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event.
Raonic last Canadian man standing
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted yesterday
he cashed in on eight aces to kick off the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event. The version of Milos Raonic tennis fans at York University were treated to in his return to a Canadian court was equal parts relaxed and focused. Now 38-9 in 2016,... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Raonic last Canadian man standinghe cashed in on eight aces to kick off the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event.
Raonic last Canadian man standing
Chatham Daily News / Posted yesterday
he cashed in on eight aces to kick off the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event. The version of Milos Raonic tennis fans at York University were treated to in his return to a Canadian court was equal parts relaxed and focused. Now 38-9 in 2016,... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Raonic last Canadian man standinghe cashed in on eight aces to kick off the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event.
Raonic last Canadian man standing
The Brantford Expositor / Posted yesterday
he cashed in on eight aces to kick off the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event. The version of Milos Raonic tennis fans at York University were treated to in his return to a Canadian court was equal parts relaxed and focused. Now 38-9 in 2016,... Read more
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The Columbian
Forrest Mars Jr., who shaped global candy empire, dies at 84earned his bachelor’s degree in science from Yale University in 1953, and a mas
Forrest Mars Jr., who shaped global candy empire, dies at 84
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
earned his bachelor’s degree in science from Yale University in 1953, and a master’s in business administration from New York University School of Business in 1958. After serving in the U.S. Army for two years, he started his career an... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Émigré Buri Hamza left family in Canada to help bring order to Somaliaan Italian-language court interpreter, and became a naturalized Canadian citize
Émigré Buri Hamza left family in Canada to help bring order to Somalia
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
an Italian-language court interpreter, and became a naturalized Canadian citizen. He also studied environmental sciences at York University, earning his master’s degree in 2005. Dr. Peter Penz, now a professor emeritus with York’s faculty of... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
New provincial court judge appointed to Williams LakeWhonnock received her law degree from the University of Toronto in 1999, a Mast
New provincial court judge appointed to Williams Lake
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted yesterday
Whonnock received her law degree from the University of Toronto in 1999, a Master’s in law from Osgoode Hall at York University in 2003, and is now working toward a doctorate in social sciences at Royal Roads University. In her previous... Read more
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J Weekly
Study: 45 percent spike in anti-Semitic campus incidentslargest increase in anti-Semitic incidents, including Columbia University, Vass
Study: 45 percent spike in anti-Semitic campus incidents
J Weekly / Posted yesterday
largest increase in anti-Semitic incidents, including Columbia University, Vassar College, University of Chicago and New York University. The study concluded that anti-Semitism was twice as likely to occur on campuses where BDS was present,... Read more
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Japan Today
Forrest Mars Jr, who shaped global candy empire, dies at 84 ‹ Japan TodayHe earned his bachelor’s degree in science from Yale University in 1953, and a
Forrest Mars Jr, who shaped global candy empire, dies at 84 ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted yesterday
He earned his bachelor’s degree in science from Yale University in 1953, and a master’s in business administration from New York University School of Business in 1958. After serving in the U.S. Army for two years, he started his career an... Read more
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