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  1. WSU Schnitzer Museum presents the exhibition “Closer to You: Performance Films from On the Boards” - WSU News

    WSU Schnitzer Museum presents the exhibition “Closer to You: Performance Films from On the Boards”  WSU News

    PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is proud to present the exhibition “Closer to You: Performance Films from...

  2. CBF Morning Run: Jackie O's, Yale, Ohio State University, Oakhurst Country Club, T. Marzetti, Kroger and Led Zeppelin - Columbus Business First - Columbus Business First

    CBF Morning Run: Jackie O's, Yale, Ohio State University, Oakhurst Country Club, T. Marzetti, Kroger and Led Zeppelin - Columbus Business First  Columbus Business First

    Look, I get it. Moms and dads want their kids to get into good colleges. So did I. And yeah, college admissions are cutthroat. But paying to bribe people and cheat...

  3. These Quadruplets Are Headed to College Together: 'Yale Won' - TIME

    These Quadruplets Are Headed to College Together: 'Yale Won'  TIME

    Quadruplet brothers from Ohio are preparing to go to Yale University together in the fall after being accepted to a combined 59 colleges.

  4. College Crosse Roundup: Albany loses Connor Fields, game to Yale; Ohio State upsets Maryland, Rutgers beats P… - College Crosse

    College Crosse Roundup: Albany loses Connor Fields, game to Yale; Ohio State upsets Maryland, Rutgers beats P…  College Crosse

    How a horn can't get shut off, I don't know. But it was a fun moment. And it lasted five minutes. Five. Maybe because they were so happy the top two teams in the...

  5. Popular Mechanics Ranked The Top 25 College Football Stadiums In The Country Based On Architecture - The Spun

    Popular Mechanics Ranked The Top 25 College Football Stadiums In The Country Based On Architecture  The Spun

    College football stadiums are some of the most majestic structures in our country, but usually, fans putting together rankings for venues value things like...

  6. SCI-Arc Announces Inaugural "Hsinming Fung and Craig Hodgetts Thesis Award" For Best Postgraduate Thesis | Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) - Archinect

    SCI-Arc Announces Inaugural "Hsinming Fung and Craig Hodgetts Thesis Award" For Best Postgraduate Thesis | Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)  Archinect

    The prize will be awarded annually to the best thesis project in SCI-Arc EDGE's postgraduate program In expanding its mission to support bold, emerging...

  7. Ivy Leaguers Rule America. Liberals don't seem to mind. Conservatives do. - USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)

    Ivy Leaguers Rule America. Liberals don't seem to mind. Conservatives do.  USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)

    Graduates of Ivy League universities like Harvard, Yale, and Princeton dominate American politics. But how do voters feel about their country being run by those.

  8. When rational decision making is an oxymoron - Design World Network

    When rational decision making is an oxymoron  Design World Network

    Leland Teschler, Executive Editor lteschler@wtwhmedia.com On Twitter @ DW—LeeTeschler One of the strongest tendencies in the human thinking process is.

  9. College Crosse Prospectus: This week’s individual honors; Georgetown’s Bucaro done for season - College Crosse

    College Crosse Prospectus: This week’s individual honors; Georgetown’s Bucaro done for season  College Crosse

    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here's everything you need to know for April 24, 2018.

  10. Meet the math professor from UI who escaped Nazis - Iowa City Press Citizen

    Meet the math professor from UI who escaped Nazis  Iowa City Press Citizen

    Iowa mathematics professor Erwin Kleinfeld had to escape the scourge of Nazis before ending up in America, where he eventually taught math at U of Iowa.

  11. 10 Contemporary Female US Architects Who Are Making A Difference - COMMERCIALCafé

    10 Contemporary Female US Architects Who Are Making A Difference  COMMERCIALCafé

    Their creations manage to both blend in with their surroundings and catch your eye when you are in their presence. Here are 10 female architects shaping the...

  12. Milton J. Rosenberg, professor of psychology and Chicago radio host, 1925-2018 - UChicago News

    Milton J. Rosenberg, professor of psychology and Chicago radio host, 1925-2018  UChicago News

    Prof. Emeritus Milton J. Rosenberg, a longtime scholar at the University of Chicago and revered radio show host, died Jan. 9. He was 92. Rosenberg studied...

  13. City to consider bike share proposals; could launch program by 2019 - The Spokesman-Review

    City to consider bike share proposals; could launch program by 2019  The Spokesman-Review

    Visit nearly any American city and a bike awaits you. Kiosks filled with bikes for rent populate the cores of New York, Boston, Minneapolis, Chicago, Portland and...

  14. 'Sustainably caught' seafood? Nationwide distributor's murky supply chain exposed - Chicago Tribune

    'Sustainably caught' seafood? Nationwide distributor's murky supply chain exposed  Chicago Tribune

    Even after winter storms left East Coast harbors thick with ice, some of the country's top chefs and trendy restaurants were offering sushi-grade tuna.

  15. AP Investigation: Local fish isn't always local - Long Island Business News

    AP Investigation: Local fish isn't always local  Long Island Business News

    In a global industry plagued by fraud and deceit, conscientious consumers are increasingly paying top dollar for what they believe is local, sustainably caught.

  16. College Football's 50 All-Time Winningest Coaches and What Made Each a Legend - Bleacher Report

    College Football's 50 All-Time Winningest Coaches and What Made Each a Legend  Bleacher Report

    In 141 seasons of college football, at all NCAA levels, only 40 head coaches have reached the 200-win mark, only 11 have achieved the 300-win mark and a...

  17. Whiteside, Rose Mary - The Daily Progress

    Whiteside, Rose Mary  The Daily Progress

    Rose Mary Whiteside, 92, of Charlottesville, Virginia died on Wednesday, January25, 2017, at her home in Charlottesville, Virginia. She was born on June 23,...

  18. Mihajlo Mihajlov, 76; Writer and Dissident in Yugoslavia - New York Times

    Mihajlo Mihajlov, 76; Writer and Dissident in Yugoslavia  New York Times

    BELGRADE, Serbia (Agence France-Presse) — Mihajlo Mihajlov, a prominent dissident in the former Yugoslavia who was jailed for seven years during the cold...

  19. Seafood company found to have LIED about local sourcing for sea food - Daily Mail

    Seafood company found to have LIED about local sourcing for sea food  Daily Mail

    Sea To Table offered a worry-free local solution that arrived from dock to doorstep by connecting chefs directly with more than 60 partners along U.S. coasts.

  20. The NCAA's satellite camps controversy, explained as simply as it possibly can be - SB Nation

    The NCAA's satellite camps controversy, explained as simply as it possibly can be  SB Nation

    The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is dedicated to the well-being and lifelong success of college athletes. We know this because someone...

  21. "The Frady Theory" - College Crosse

    "The Frady Theory"  College Crosse

    How many schools actually succeeded in Bruce Frady's theory?

  22. Achieving Strategic Excellence in Army University - War on the Rocks

    Achieving Strategic Excellence in Army University  War on the Rocks

    A few months ago, I visited the Army's Command and Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth at their invitation to offer some ideas a new effort: Army University.

  23. Intense duo find a fit at American school - Hamilton Spectator

    Intense duo find a fit at American school  Hamilton Spectator

    Hamilton and Burlington women love their school life at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut town.

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