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31 min ago | The Daily Caller
If you happen to be in the area, you can catch the world premiere of "Ballad for Trayvon Martin for Orchestra and Jazz Quartet" Thursday and Friday night at Richardson Auditorium on the Ivy League campus.
Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
How much do you know about Islam?
4 hrs ago | Vancouver Courier
Things have changed a lot since my childhood, when if you missed the Christmas special on TV, you had to wait an entire year to see it again.
8 hrs ago | KSL-TV
U.S. District Judge Robert Shelby wondered aloud Wednesday whether he would be the first federal judge to rule on a state's marriage law since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down part of the Defense of Marriage Act earlier this year.
11 hrs ago | Naples Daily News
"Ariza gives me the best advice that I ever had -- about marriage, my baby, life."
Eighth-grade students in Jennifer Bambino and Cherie Gisondi's Social Studies and English classes at Carle Place Middle School hosted a multicultural fair on Nov. 22. More than 35 countries were represented at the event, where guests were invited to taste student-made signature dishes.
Days before Thanksgiving, guests were already arriving at Occohannock Elementary School.
Our province has created deep historical, cultural and business ties with countries around the world enabling us to create strong trading partnerships and diversify our markets.
Happy birthday, Miley Cyrus : You've been BURGLED. Readers of One Day at a Time will undoubtedly remember last week's retelling of Miley's epic birthday party , which included twerking strippers, the Lorax, and reportedly a teepee .
Genenew Assefa As it should be, public media coverage is at present largely focused on the background and current developments in the easternmost part of Ethiopia, in anticipation of the 8th Anniversary of the Nations & Nationalities Day.
Myleene Klass has urged Britons to give to the poor in other countries as they are all part of a "global village" where "we all need each other."
Britain had to build a "new nation" a nd in a speech to Cambridge University students, he said people had to learn to live together and grow.
The number of poor or black students at the UK's top universities has been criticised by veteran civil rights campaigner Rev Jesse Jackson.
Do you realize it's been over a decade before Spongebob Squarepants aired "Bubble Buddy?" That's all I could think of as Steven Universe started this week.
In November, Marvel announced its newest superhero reboot: Ms Marvel, of previous blond-haired, blue-eyed, to-quote-Stephen Colbert-"wholesome and all-American," fame, will be reimagined as Kamala Khan, the 16-year-old daughter of Pakistani immigrants and, quite suddenly, the possessor of an array of new super powers.
Probably the main "news" out of that conference was Thom Rainer's apology for LifeWay's stereotyping in LifeWay's Vacation Bible School curriculum ten years ago.
Dedicated to "developing programs and resources that promote multicultural and social justice awareness, education and appreciation," the Office of Student Multicultural & Diversity Programs, which is one of the four units of Student Life, has been officially a resource for the UAB community since October 1 of this year.