Monthly Archives: May 2013

NKorea orders rocket prep after US B-2 drill – NBC40.net

NKorea orders rocket prep after US B-2 drill – NBC40.net

(AP Photo/Shin Young-keun, Yonhap). U.S. (AP Photo/Lee Jung-hun, Yonhap). U.S. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin). University students punch the air as they marcSee all stories on this topic

Police Blotter: Driver who eluded Los Gatos police during chase threw machete, purse out window

SAN JOSE1000 block of Eugene Avenue, 2:07 a.m. Friday An officer was injured while arresting an intoxicated male creating a disturbance with family meSee all stories on this topic

Rasmussen College Welcomes Four New Nursing Deans

BLOOMINGTON, Minn., March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ —  Rasmussen College , a leader in postsecondary higher education, is proud to announce the additionSee all stories on this topic

CSU officials plan for faculty pay raises, higher enrollment with extra state funding

LOS ANGELES — California State University plans to spend the projected $125.1 million in extra state funding for the 2013-14 academic year to expand See all stories on this topic

Judge rules in BSU's favor in Hiatt suit

Ball State University can proceed with its efforts to claim a campus-area property through an eminent domain lawsuit, a Delaware County judge has ruleSee all stories on this topic

OnMilwaukee.com weekend preview, March 29-31, 2013

It's the last weekend in March, the Brewers are returning and word on the street is there's an Easter Bunny in these parts. Whether you celebrSee all stories on this topic

Kirk Cameron: Confronting the Problem of Suffering

Kirk Cameron: Confronting the Problem of Suffering

Actor and producer Kirk Cameron is collaborating with Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., on a film project that is said to answer life's tougheSee all stories on this topic

Harvard University Press Partners with AcademicPub to Digitize Content

The sight of students hunched over, burdened by an overflowing bag of books, is all too familiar in Harvard Yard. But with Harvard University Press’See all stories on this topic

Downtown Bradenton's Good Friday public worship focuses on Jesus' final words

Final words of Jesus take focus of Good Friday service in downtown BradentonSee all stories on this topic

Stunning images of deadly killer diseases brings focus to cervical cancer and Huntingdon's Disease

One of the winning images was a cervical cancer cell captured in the process of cell division, taken by Dr Markus Posch of the Centre for Gene RegulatSee all stories on this topic

Track Insider: Relays boost St. Charles North boys

St. Charles North won a pair of 3A boys relays at Saturday's Illinois Prep Top Times finals at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, the unSee all stories on this topic

Sofia University to Be Featured on Discovery Channel’s TV Series, In View Hosted by Larry King

The episode will showcase Sofia U people, programs and new featuresPalo Alto, CA (PRWEB) March 29, 2013 Sofia University (formerly the Institute of TrSee all stories on this topic

Are you a nice-aholic? Your good nature has a dark side; don't let it work against you

Are you a nice-aholic? Your good nature has a dark side; don't let it work against you

You could always count on Kathy Church. When friends called to vent, she would pick up the phone. When there was a crisis at work, she'd dig in. WSee all stories on this topic

David France, director of Oscar-nominated 'How to Survive a Plague,' to appear at Kalamazoo College in May

KALAMAZOO, MI — David France , director of the Oscar-nominated “How To Survive A Plague” and a 1981 graduate of Kalamazoo College, will return to theSee all stories on this topic

Florida college cancels classes after explosives found

Authorities investigating an apparent suicide discovered weapons and explosive devices in a dorm on the University of Central Florida campus in OrlandSee all stories on this topic

Deaths reported at Damascus college

As many as 12 people were killed Thursday when mortars struck a college in Syria's capital, the government said.See all stories on this topic

UCLA center creates first interactive electricity-use map of Los Angeles

(Phys.org) —A new energy map of Los Angeles developed at UCLA lets residents find how much electricity the average customer in their neighborhood usSee all stories on this topic

“It cannot happen here”: Pipeline pushback attends Exxon Valdez anniversary

The Canadian government has joined oil giant Enbridge in a push for approval of the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline.See all stories on this topic

MIT gunman hoax linked to Aaron Swartz’s suicide, according to top school official

MIT gunman hoax linked to Aaron Swartz’s suicide, according to top school official

The unknown caller who made unfounded claims that a gunman was on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s campus last weekend said the target waSee all stories on this topic

Why Florida Is A Popular Spring Break Destination

College students across the country are finishing up classes and getting ready to head out for spring break. The Sunshine State has been a popular plaSee all stories on this topic

Volunteers use historic US ship logbooks to uncover Arctic climate data

(Phys.org) —Citizen-scientists around the world are poring through digital versions of 19th century logbooks of mariners who sailed from Pacific NorSee all stories on this topic

Trinity International University president stepping down in 2014

DEERFIELD — The president of Trinity International University in Deerfield will not renew his five-year contract, choosing instead to spend more timSee all stories on this topic

State cuts make it harder to go to college in Illinois

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville may be doing better than other universities in Illinois orSee all stories on this topic

Berkshires heighten focus on STEM programs

STEM will be springing up all over Berkshire County in the coming months.See all stories on this topic

Greenville County grads fuel The Citadel's hot start

Greenville County grads fuel The Citadel's hot start

The Citadel's baseball team has been on a roll, and Greenville County players have had a hand in the Bulldogs' success.See all stories on this topic

Three Neosho athletes sign college offers

Three Neosho High School athletes elected to continue in their respective sports by signing with colleges on Wednesday.See all stories on this topic

What if: Women's coaches weigh in on 1-on-1 games

Baylor coach Kim Mulkey laughed at the idea. Then, after giving it a little thought, declared herself the winner of a mythical NCAA women's tournaSee all stories on this topic

Queens of the CCC

The Eastern Oregon University women’s basketball team saved their most thrilling finish for the Cascade Collegiate Conference championship game. Or See all stories on this topic

What Dancing In The Tourney Does For A College

News 2 talked to an expert who explains the impact a run in the NCAA men's basketball tournament can have on a college.See all stories on this topic

West Essex students named to college dean’s lists

Two local students were named to the dean’s list for the fall 2012 semester at Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pa.See all stories on this topic

BracketRacket: A quiz, a thought and Peeps – Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports

BracketRacket: A quiz, a thought and Peeps – Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports

(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill). Wichita State's Carl Hall, left, and La Salle's Jerrell Wright battle under the basket during the first half of a See all stories on this topic

Big East breaking up with a bang

WASHINGTON (AP) — If you're one of the college basketball fans who can't wait for the Big East breakup to be final, hang on. You'll have See all stories on this topic

Robbie Rogers Feels Free After Revealing He Is Gay

If Robbie Rogers returns to professional soccer, he would become the first openly gay male athlete to compete in a major American team sport.See all stories on this topic

Lenny at Large: Dean College teacher on the Boston stage

The busy life is nothing new for McCaela Donovan. On this recent day, she is leaving the hustle of Boston for suburban Franklin, where the 30-year-oldSee all stories on this topic

NCAA’s Cinderella readies for Gators

A week ago, Florida Gulf Coast University was just another overlooked No. 15 seed — a longshot at best to nearly everyone eyeballing their NCAA tourSee all stories on this topic

Idaho football to join Sun Belt Conference in 2014

MOSCOW, Idaho – After toying with the idea of operating as an Independent school, the University of Idaho football team announced it will return the SSee all stories on this topic

Dartmouth Baseball Going on the Tube

Dartmouth Baseball Going on the Tube

Hanover — Dartmouth College’s Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park will be ready for its first televised closeup on April 7 when Fox College Sports comeSee all stories on this topic

Looking Under the Skirts of Theology: Roman Catholic and Mormon Women Team Up in Support of Women Priests

Roman Catholic and Mormon women met in Berkeley, California last Saturday, March 16th, to advocate for women's inclusion in the governance of theiSee all stories on this topic

Plight not just our own

Yvette Kaufman-Bell spoke to an audience of students of different races and nationalities about the accomplishments of black women Thursday at EasternSee all stories on this topic

Child car safety in Florida

Ask the experts: Simon Veness, our Florida expert, advises a reader on child car seat safety regulations in Florida.See all stories on this topic

Lady Tigers' bats come alive for two wins over OBU

  The East Central University softball team picked up two more non-conference wins with 7-3 and 9-2 wins over Oklahoma Baptist at Lady Bison Field. ?See all stories on this topic

Best Coast and Green Day at Liacouras Center April 3

This might not be a popular sentiment, but I'll take Best Coast over Green Day any day, even though, at the Liacouras Center on Wednesday, it'See all stories on this topic

DePauw Hosts LaRoche in NCAA Tournament Round 1

DePauw Hosts LaRoche in NCAA Tournament Round 1

Senior Kate Walker drives the ball during the North Coast Athletic Conference tournament championship Saturday. The women won the game 63-49 and WalkeSee all stories on this topic

Asbury's Convention Hall may shut as looming sprinkler deadline fuels feud

ASBURY PARK — With the possible closure of Convention Hall looming, the relationship between the city and its waterfront developer seems to be headeSee all stories on this topic

George Mason University study reveals that New York isn't the best place to conduct business

ALBANY — A recent study conducted by researchers at George Mason University has concluded that New York is the least “free” state in the nation,See all stories on this topic

Death wall victim fighting for life

UPDATE: POLICE are appealing for witnesses of a wall collapse in Swanston St that left a woman critical and two others dead to come forward.See all stories on this topic

Boston College’s Anti-Condom Rule Makes No Sense

Earlier this month, Boston College, a Jesuit university, ordered the end to so-called Safe Sites — the eighteen student-run outlets on and off campuSee all stories on this topic

Theater benefit for Saturday Soup

There will be a special presentation April 12 of the musical 'Guys and Dolls' to benefit the Saturday Soup anti-hunger program of Asbury Park.See all stories on this topic

Air Pollution, Birth Defects, and the Risk in China (and Beyond)

Air Pollution, Birth Defects, and the Risk in China (and Beyond)

After one particularly prolonged spell of smoggy Beijing air in late January, the Atlantic Monthly’ s James Fallows posted a provocative piece onlinSee all stories on this topic

UPBEAT NEW JERSEY: My examples of ‘March Madness’

When hearing the term “March Madness,” many think first of basketball and the fierce competition, among the nation’s 32 best college teams, whicSee all stories on this topic

CARB reps get earful from north state truckers, growers

CHICO — Truckers and growers frustrated by California air emission laws got a chance to vent Thursday to representatives of the California Air ResouSee all stories on this topic

Men and women veterans honored at Watchung-Warren Rotary awards dinner

WARREN TWP. — Warren Township Committeewoman CarolAnn Garafola presented a certificate of Recognition on behalf of Warren Mayor Vic Sordillo to BrigSee all stories on this topic

Commentary: Twin Terrors Spell End To Coyotes’ Season

VERMILLION — A pair of twin sisters single-handedly, or together, to be accurate, ended what could have been a truly special season for the UniversiSee all stories on this topic

HUDSON VALLEY CALENDAR: March 29 and 30, 2013

Today, March 29See all stories on this topic

Paul Herman Nilson, of Chatham

Paul Herman Nilson, of Chatham

Paul Herman Nilson, 86, died on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at his home in Chatham.See all stories on this topic

TOM HOFFARTH on THE MEDIA: Ron Kaplan's book covers all the bases

There are at least 501 reasons why you shouldn't attempt to read every one of the baseball books that Ron Kaplan has challenged you to corral, conSee all stories on this topic

Leon Panetta honored at California State University, Monterey Bay

California State University Monterey Bay held a welcome home reception for former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta Thursday night.See all stories on this topic

California Air Resources Board reps get earful from north-state truckers, growers in Chico

CHICO — Truckers and growers frustrated by California air emission laws got a chance to vent Thursday to representatives of the California Air ResourSee all stories on this topic

London Arts Alive Blends Travel, Study for Knox Students

During a three-week trip, students become immersed in London's contemporary arts scene — attending more than 50 events — and examine its historiSee all stories on this topic

MBA Program at George Mason University

MBA Program at George Mason University Posted on behalf of Abigail Isaac, a 2 nd year MBA student in the full-time program at George Mason. Brazil ResSee all stories on this topic