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23 May 19
Fardels Bear

In 1967 Gordon Tullock unwittingly endorsed the central messages of scientific racism.

23 May 19
News Directory

During the regular season, the Oklahoma City Thunder emerged for the NBA champions, the Golden State Warriors. The Thunder may have lost one superstar, Carmelo Anthony, in the last offseason, but Russell Westbrook and Paul George. Unfortunate, the Thunder failed to reciprocate their regular t In the appearance on The Bill Simmons Podcast, Bills Simmons […]

23 May 19
Rx for Reading Detroit

Since 2014, Rx for Reading has created 65 free community libraries in Detroit, Dearborn, Highland Park, Hamtramck, and Ypsilanti. Each library is hosted by a community partner dedicated to serving children and families in under-resourced communities. Brilliant Detroit is one of them. Brilliant Detroit takes a unique, neighborhood-based approach to promoting early childhood education and literacy. They […]

22 May 19
"Hump Day Hackers"

Created by Thom Carney,  revised 12/2014 Updated: 5/22/2019 16:12 Village Greens Sr. Hump Day Hackers    (For competition groupings only, not USGA formula based.) WEDNESDAY SENIORS Handicaps are calculated on 90% diff. to par       Based (15 rounds) avg. last 20 scores minus 2 lowest & 3 highest. NAME HCP AVG RDS Newcomers/Infrequents […]

22 May 19
Musicians Hall Of Fame & Museum

Whether you’re a product of the ‘60s or a proud member of Generation Z, chances are you’re familiar with Woodstock. There’s no denying the power music can have, and when you bring some of history’s most incredible artists together for one event, well it’s no wonder we’re still talking about it today. [button link=”https://www.musicianshalloffame.com/50-facts-about-woodstock/”%5D 50 […]

22 May 19
WASHBURN UNIVERSITY KANSAS SBDC

Recent Kansas weather, and upcoming forecasts for our region, are reminders that it is important for small business owners to be prepared for weather events and other potential disasters in order to keep their people safe, mitigate risks to their assets and maintain business continuity. Maintaining business continuity is often important not just for the […]

22 May 19
LucyLAW

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Let’s face it: tens of thousands of students enroll in law school every year, each with a dream in their hearts of saving the world. Maybe they want to seek out justice for children, animals, or the environment. Maybe they want to serve their communities and make them safer for the public at large. Maybe they want to advocate for those who have been unfairly discriminated against, be it in their housing choices or on the job. Whatever their public-interest cause may be, while many law students say they want to save the world, only a select few are willing to accept the sometimes lower salaries that go hand-in-hand with their altruistic career goals.

For the true believers, some law schools are better than others when it comes to getting their graduates a leg up on the competition for

21 May 19
Giants Wire

The New York Giants have signed six of their 10 draft picks to their rookie deals — here’s what they look like and what the final four may get.

21 May 19
HoopsHype

All the top NBA podcasts compiled here on a daily basis so you don’t have to look for them. Enjoy! May 21: A requiem for a season from Locked On Blazers – Daily Podcast On The Portland Trail Blazers May 21 07:33 AM Listen to Locked On Blazers – Daily Podcast On The Portland Trail […]

21 May 19
Digital Creativity and Learning

Games-based learning offers a distinctive structure that complements traditional teaching pedagogies. It sparks innovation and offers content that is varied for all target audiences. In accordance with constructivist learning methods, games-based learning implies a participatory process by students who actively interact with their environment to solve problems. Gaming provides students with a platform to engage […]

21 May 19
PlusCamping

If you follow the Yellowstone River as it snakes south through Paradise Valley, it’s easy to imagine early settlers pressing forward, by wagon and on horseback, deep into Yellowstone Country. When you make the journey now, you’ll most likely see herds of elk and deer grazing the valley floor before reaching the unassuming frontier town […]

21 May 19
Hooper Tube

All the top NBA podcasts compiled here on a daily basis so you don’t have to look for them. Enjoy! May 21: A requiem for a season from Locked On Blazers – Daily Podcast On The Portland Trail Blazers May 21 07:33 AM Listen to Locked On Blazers – Daily Podcast On The Portland Trail […]