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The Mercury News
Inflection point? Big changes seen in store for downtown San JoseSAN JOSE — Scott Knies took the reins as executive director of the San Jose Dow
The Mercury News / Posted 16 hours ago
SAN JOSE — Scott Knies took the reins as executive director of the San Jose Downtown Association in 1988, putting him in a prime spot to witness nearly three decades of change in San Jose’s urban core. During that stretch, The Pavilion began... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Olympic champion puts unique spin on cancer fightcancer diagnosis and successful treatment. While Hamilton's CARES foundation e
The Register Citizen / Posted 2 days ago
cancer diagnosis and successful treatment. While Hamilton's CARES foundation encompasses cancer alliances for research, education and survivorship (thus its CARES acronym), research is key to winning the battle, says Hamilton, who has called... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Olympic champion puts unique spin on cancer fightcancer diagnosis and successful treatment. While Hamilton's CARES foundation e
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
cancer diagnosis and successful treatment. While Hamilton's CARES foundation encompasses cancer alliances for research, education and survivorship (thus its CARES acronym), research is key to winning the battle, says Hamilton, who has called... Read more
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Goal.com
Total Failure: Netherlands' World Cup catastrophe sees demise of Dutch footballthe horror of missing out on an expanded Euro 2016, another summer of inactivit
Goal.com / Posted 6 days ago
the horror of missing out on an expanded Euro 2016, another summer of inactivity awaits next year and the Dutch football association (KNVB) must work out the next step to fixing the many problems in the team before the issues... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
State college enrollment down 1.8% since last fallenrollment dropping 1.8 percent since the fall of 2016. Preliminary enrollment
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
enrollment dropping 1.8 percent since the fall of 2016. Preliminary enrollment figures show that the state's higher-education institutions had a total of 163,529 students this fall, 2,958 fewer as compared with last fall, according to data... Read more
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Al.com
Dear media, stop using mass murderers' pictures and namesChico 22. Hugh Curtis, Simon Fraser University 23. Sarah Daly, St. Vincent Co
Al.com / Posted 12 days ago
Chico 22. Hugh Curtis, Simon Fraser University 23. Sarah Daly, St. Vincent College 24. Steve Daniels, Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators 25. Joseph De Angelis, University of Idaho 26. Josephine DeCarlo, California... Read more
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Yale Daily News
Div School takes immigration standin Pasadena, California to talk about issues of immigration. In collaboration
Yale Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
in Pasadena, California to talk about issues of immigration. In collaboration with Yale Los Angeles and the Yale Alumni Association, the Yale Divinity School hosted a panel conversation entitled “Humans at the Gate: A Faithful Approach to the... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Tennessee Board Of Regents Approves Funding Requests For Initiatives And ConstructionThe Tennessee Board of Regents approved four priority requests for education, j
The Chattanoogan / Posted 24 days ago
The Tennessee Board of Regents approved four priority requests for education, job-training and security initiatives across the state’s community and technical college system for the next fiscal year on Friday, including 100 new success coaches to... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Only 1 seeking SCSU seatState’s board, Shuler said, “I guess I’m the only who thought I had something t
The Times and Democrat / Posted 1 months ago
State’s board, Shuler said, “I guess I’m the only who thought I had something to offer.” The 74-year-old retired higher education fiscal manager is also an S.C. State alumnus and an Orangeburg native. “I was born on Whitman Street,” he... Read more

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