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3 hrs ago | Osprey Observer
The Osprey Observer continued its internship program this summer helping high school and college students who are interested in journalism to learn the ropes about what it means to be a reporter and what it takes to get a paper to press every week.
7 hrs ago | Cincinnati.com
Sycamore names Hopping '14 Distinguished Alum Noted doctor, '68 graduate to receive award at Oct. 10 dinner Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1prJoQI Sycamore Community Schools will honor 1967 Sycamore High School graduate Dr. Steven B. Hopping with the 2014 Sycamore Distinguished Alumni Award.
10 hrs ago | The Independent
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14 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury
Separated from her mother at just 18 months old, Deb Hocking understands the trauma of the Stolen Generations.
18 hrs ago | Newkerala.com
Four economists of Indian origin have been featured in in the International Monetary Fund's list of 25 economists under 45 who are shaping the way one thinks about the global economy The "Generation Next" list of "economists under 45 will have the most influence in the coming decades on our understanding of the global economy," was compiled by IMF ... (more)
When Harvard University scientists said a couple of weeks ago that they had created robots that can work together in large numbers without guidance toward a common goal, I was surprised by the lack of reaction from doomsayers warning about a robotic apocalypse.
Surgery is built on a kind of paradox: In order to heal trauma, doctors must first create more trauma.
If you've ever considered becoming a landlord, you've probably wondered if you really want to deal with renters.
California is one step closer to becoming the first state to require colleges and universities "to adopt a standard of unambiguous consent among students engaging in sexual activity," The Los Angeles Times reports .
Californian lawmakers passed a law on Thursday requiring universities to adopt "affirmative consent" language in their definitions of consensual sex, part of a nationwide drive to curb sexual assault on U.S. campuses.
COMMUNITIES CONNECTED Members of he Bourne-Sandwich Rotary Club, left, and St. Mary Magdala Church of Harwich united to provide a Nutrition Mission meal recently.
Contributed Peter Raven, one of the world's leading botanists, will give a public lecture at the UC Santa Cruz Arboretum on Tuesday, Sept.
China's prospects for overhauling its health-care system to provide affordable and equitable health care are "relatively dismal" under its current initiatives, say Oxford and Harvard University researchers in a paper published Friday in the journal The Lancet.
The Department of Veterans Affairs on Thursday updated its online GI Bill Comparison Tool with the goal of improving how former troops estimate their education benefits and explore programs across the country.
The Ebola virus sweeping through West Africa has mutated repeatedly during the current outbreak, a fact that could hinder diagnosis and treatment of the devastating disease, according to scientists who have genetically sequenced the virus in scores of victims.
Mr. Augustine Goba, laboratory director at Kenema Government Hospital Lassa fever laboratory, diagnosed the first case of Ebola in Sierra Leone.
FOX has given a put pilot commitment to "DeTour," a single-camera comedy inspired by the life of Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo, Deadline reports.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 07:00 pm
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