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The pipes were calling. West St. Paul family answered.
The Dowling family practices around the dinner table at home in West St. Paul on Friday, March 14, 2014.
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Crimeans head to polls to vote on secession referendum
Crimea's Supreme Council called for a vote on a referendum on whether the region should secede and become part of Russia or remain part of Ukraine, the Ukrainian News Agency reported.
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Kent Hall of Fame Class of 2014: Robert Lucht
A 1973 Roosevelt graduate, Robert Lucht studied nuclear engineering and graduated with Highest Honors from Purdue University.
20 hrs ago
Hayes completed medical school and her residency at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
UWS Transportation and Logistics Research Center gains full membership in prestigious council
Superior's Transportation and Logistics Research Center has been awarded full membership in the Council of University Transportation Centers.
Lincoln Daily News
Applications open for Illinois Governor's Sustainability Award
The application period is open for the Illinois Governor's Sustainability Award.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Burlington Times News
Renowned pianist returns for Adams Foundation series
Conductor/pianist Ian Hobson describes it as "a sad fact of life" that live performances are being overshadowed by Internet performances.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Illinois GOP hopefuls address school 'clout' issue
The three lawmakers seeking the Republican nomination for governor still are facing questions about their roles in a five-year-old admissions scandal at the University of Illinois.
University of Illinois Researchers Convert Plastic Bag Trash to Diesel
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UCSB Graduate Programs Among the Best
U.S. News & World Report Ranks UCSB Graduate Programs Among the Best: Programs in chemical engineering and materials rank among the top 10 in the nation In its annual ranking of leading graduate and professional programs at American universities, U.S. News & World Report magazine has rated two of UC Santa Barbara's programs among the top 10 in the ... (more)
Georgia schools rank high on U.S. News' 2015 'Best Grad Schools' list
Several Georgia school's scored well on U.S. News and World Report's 2015 list of "Best Graduate Schools."
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Stephanie Davis-Kahl | Movers & Shakers 2014 -- Change Agents
Scholarly communications often involve seasoned academics, but Illinois Wesleyan University's Stephanie Davis-Kahl is more concerned with some less experienced scholars: students.
Better asphalt no shortcut to pothole-free roads
You might not think so from the potholes you've been hitting, but most experts in the transportation field say the quality of asphalt used on the nation's roads has, in fact, improved dramatically in recent decades.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Quantified Computer Scientist: Larry Smarr on the Future of Medicine
The tiled display of LCDs spans the length of a room in Atkinson Hall, a modern glass-and-steel structure on the University of California, San Diego's palm-covered campus.
The Logan County Herald
LCU promotes Silas McCormick
McCormick has held the Director and Counsel positions since 2012; his faculty rank became effective January 1. Dr. McCormick joined LCU in 2010 as an adjunct instructor in American Government.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Winter 2014 fourth coldest in Illinois
Champaign, ILL.-The average statewide temperature for the three core winter months of December, January, and February was 20.8 degrees.
Homelessness: One student's story
"It was the beginning of November, and I was living in my foreclosed home in Hampshire," Strain, now 19, told WBEZ recently.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
Cahokia: North America's first melting pot?
Archaeologist Robin Marchiran exposes the face of a trench to reveal layers of earthen fill and other features at Monk's Mound.
District 214 names new administrators
The High School District 214 Board of Education has appointed two veteran educators to administrative roles focused on math, science and technical education.
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