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3 hrs ago | MarketWatch
Can you walk one lap around a track? That may sound like an absurd question now, but it may not be for your parents-or for you, after you retire.
7 hrs ago | PE Hub
Growth equity firm Catalyst Investors has named Susan Bihler as vice president. Bihler is responsible for sourcing, evaluating and structuring new investment opportunities and managing the firm's existing portfolio companies.
12 hrs ago | University Business
Georgetown University officials had a bit of an epiphany recently about the impact of their noncredit courses.
12 hrs ago | The Item
John and Helen Nugent of Spring Lake, formerly of Short Hills, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen Mary, to Scott Edwin Hughes, son of Christopher and Rebecca Hughes of San Antonio, Texas.
Two Jesuit educators were elected to Santa Clara University's Board of Trustees, bringing to 44 the number of members of the governing body that helps steer strategies and priorities of the 163-year-old private University.
Overexpression of CRIPTO1 may explain intrinsic tyrosine kinase inhibitor resistance in around 10% of patients with non-small-cell lung cancer and endothelial growth factor receptor mutations, research indicates.
DC laws have decriminalized possession of marijuana, but Georgetown University students should know that the university's rules have not changed, the student newspaper The Hoya reports.
She and other students who earned diplomas in the aftermath of the deepest U.S. recession since the 1930s are experiencing an earnings hangover that could last a lifetime, even as the labor market heals.
Last month, Rashema Melson lived in a single room with her mother and two of her six siblings at a Washington, D.C., homeless shelter.
An effort by the pro-LGBT group Truth Wins Out to block the opening of a private Bible museum in the Nation's Capital is a misguided assault on constitutional protections that properly protect everyone, including LGBT Americans and their opponents.
The insufficiency of our nation's education and training system is clear. While policymakers and educators have often encouraged young Americans to obtain a bachelor's degree, too many young people now believe that a four-year degree is the only way to achieve economic mobility.
The University of California-Los Angeles was among the law schools that get the most applications, with 5,562 for fall 2013.
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is pleased to announce that one of the world's preeminent experts in breast cancer research and treatment, V. Craig Jordan, Ph.D., will join the institution's efforts to end cancer.
Jason Kreiselman's experience with the Peace Corps in Ecuador led him to pursue a career in tourism administration in D.C. After four years in the Peace Corps in Ecuador, Jason Kreiselman, an engineer, decided to shift his focus on development to a different field: tourism.
"This is an adopted child for me," Howard Gordon told TV critics this afternoon, of FX's controversial drama series Tyrant.
SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING JULY 14, 2014 The meeting was called to order by Mayor Brickner at 7:35p.m. Council Present: Brickner, Bridges, Bruce, Knol, Lerner, Massey and Steckloff Council Absent: None Others Present: City Manager Brock, City Clerk Smith, Assistant City Manager Boyer, Assistant to the City Manager Geinzer, ... (more)
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 09:31 am
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