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The Citizens' Voice
Following graduation from ESU in 2003, Semcheski spent the summer working at the ESU-affiliated Marine Science Consortium on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Washington Post
All Opinions Are Local: At cash-strapped Va. colleges, adjuncts carry the load
Cash-strapped colleges across in the country, including in Virginia, are relying increasingly on low-paid adjunct professors to close teaching gaps, especially when schools increase the number of students without adding faculty.
RPD Investigates Strong Armed Robbery Near VCU
The Richmond Police Department is searching for a group of male juveniles that attacked and robbed a man on Tuesday night near the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University.
Virginia Gun Sales Set New High For Black Friday
Virginia gun sales set a new high for Black Friday as the number of firearms sold statewide continues to soar and is just days away from setting an annual record.
The Las Vegas Sun
Ohio official: Returning adopted child a crime
An Ohio couple committed a crime when they recently gave child welfare officials a 9-year-old boy they raised from infancy, a prosecutor says.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
LETTER: Attack at Art Site Is a "Teachable Moment"
While the violence that occurred at the site of 2013's Street Art Festival is deplorable, it is saddening to see that GRTC is closing the site of these murals to the public as a result.
The holidays usually bring along a pretty solid bender, and I find that if I don't write things down, I may end up forgetting about them.
Desi teen bags award for his revolutionary nanotech innovation
MIT freshman Saumil Bandyopadhyay's invention has the potential to reduce car crashes and may also help detect hidden land mines and monitor global warming.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
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Fri Nov 29, 2013
The Times Leader
Names and Faces
Timothy Jay Fox Jr., son of Tim and Ellen Fox, Nanticoke, recently passed the Virginia Bar Exam.
Virginia Commonwealth COO takes job at NH school
Virginia Commonwealth University Chief Operating Officer David W. Hanson is leaving to become chief financial officer at Phillips Exeter Academy.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
New NSU leader plans to trim part-time faculty
Norfolk State University's new president plans to cut part-time teachers and boost credentials among faculty - part of a wide-ranging effort to improve students' performance.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Northern Michigan News
Adopted Ohio boy's alleged abandonment stirs worry
When an Ohio couple recently gave child welfare officials a 9-year-old boy they raised from infancy, prosecutors said they committed a crime.
Daily Policy Digest
Another Way Taxpayers Lose Under ObamaCare
State insurance commissioners have long seen themselves as protectors of the public's wallets -- the officials who say "no" to insurers' requests to increase health insurance premiums.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Doug Walker, Albemarle County
I accepted a job offer from Albemarle County in February, 2013 and started work on April 1st.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Middle school teacher named Richmonda s Teacher of the Year
Lucille Brown Middle School exceptional education teacher Jason Kissoon was named 2014 Richmond Teacher of the Year during a reception Thursday night at the Crowne Plaza Downtown Richmond.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Fort Collins Coloradoan
Colorado State has No. 3 student recreation center in the country
With its two 38-foot tall bridged climbing towers, an outdoor bouldering rock and lazy river, the Colorado State University student recreation center and gym has been named the No.
8News Investigates: Do ecoATMs Encourage Cell Phone Thefts?
Kiosks that offer cash for used electronics are popping up in shopping malls across America.
Rep. Eric Cantor and Arne Duncan discuss higher education in panel
"A college degree is the answer to closing that opportunity gap and we've got to make a national priority of affordability," U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor said at the Roundtable Discussion on Higher Education held at the University of Richmond Friday night.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Laughing gulls get drowned out on Eastern Shore
Rising sea level along Virginia's Eastern Shore has drowned what historically was a major nesting site for one of the region's most iconic birds, the laughing gull.