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A Coat of Arms has been created for The Duchess of Sussex. The design of the Arms was agreed and approved by Her Majesty The Queen and Mr. Thomas Woodcock (Garter King of Arms and Senior Herald in England), who is based at the College of Arms in London. Her Royal Highness worked closely with the College of Arms throughout the design process to create a Coat of Arms that was both personal and representative.

Registration for Medical Reunion Weekend (May 26-28) is open. Get ready and check out what we have planned.

Higgs & Sons is raising funds for Dudley Mind on Localgiving! They've reached 6% of their target. Add your support and donate now!

The Carnegie Airborne Observatory spent 16 days flying over a region devastated by hurricanes, using advanced tools to discover the extent of coral reef cover and assess its condition. The data will help with coral restoration efforts.

Whether you spend five minutes or an hour getting ready, everyone looks in the bathroom mirror. Maybe you use it to shave, to do your hair, or to get your make up just right before a night out. You…

A large new study has found an association between taking antidepressants and a 5% increase in body weight.

From electing to attend summer camps to planning beach days and boat outings, summer activities can provide some welcome relief from the everyday routine, but they can also come with their fair share of safety concerns.

Spray clothes with permethrin, researchers found, and ticks tend to fall off them and die.

NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts: Pilot Health Services and Economic Research on the Treatment of Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Use Disorders (R34 Clinical Trial Optional) PA-18-774. NIDA

To maintain election integrity, local governments are looking to the past to make sure the future is secure.

Stream the Paul and Al Show episode, Do You Want To Know What's In Hot Dogs? Most Don't., free & on demand on iHeartRadio.

Manhattan and Brooklyn are abuzz with an over-abundance of NYCxDesign events this week, but on Monday (May 21) roughly 200 alumni and friends took time out to build on the contagious energy at the...

RISD Apparel Design seniors were encouraged to consider what their collection would smell like if they were a perfume or a scent.

Elinor Teague writes weekly about central San Joaquin Valley gardening issues. This week she discusses garden pests.

Time and attendance systems can do more than capture time worked. Panel members in a recent APA Congress session explored how they’ve become vital to absence reporting, scheduling, employee messaging, and reporting requirements.

Among many payloads, the Cygnus OA-9 capsule is carrying the Brown University EQUiSat cubesat. See... brownspace.org/

Debbie Guhl on March 18, 2017 14:14 Radio today from 1-4 pm. Salvation and momentary relief from the angst of The Orange Menace. We will...
Steve Di Costanzo on March 16, 2017 16:57 The President’s budget proposes eliminating public media funding. Without this critical seed fund...

White House Intelligence Briefing on Confidential Informant Must Include Gang of 8
Tomorrow’s White House briefing by law enforcement and intelligence officials to discuss a confidential informant’s interactions with Trump campaign officials in 2016 cannot be a closed partisan meeting and must include members of both political parties through the “Gang of Eight.” Despite President Trump’s assertions on Twitter, the entire U.S. intelligence community has concluded…

Advertising Trends-What is Working & What is Not
Hosted by SCORE and East Providence Area Chamber
Location: Weaver Library, 41 Grove Ave., E.Providence
There are too many ways to advertise and market your business today. We want to get our potential buyers to notice us; but how we do it and what medium used does make a differencel Attend this session to get some old and…

Four executive degree programs, one class of transformative leaders. We are proud to welcome graduating students, alumni, family, and friends to Providence for Brown’s 250th Commencement and Reunion Weekend to celebrate the most recent graduates from the IE Brown Executive MBA, and Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership, as well as the inaugural graduating classes from …

All Weekend Reggae acts from around the globe culminate at the Monterey County Fair and Event Center this Memorial Day Weekend for three days of good vibes. The California Roots Music and Arts Festival is packed with

What does summer mean to you? Many of us associate vacation time, the beach or swimming pool, and barbecues with summer. It also means light! Summer brings longer days with more sunlight, and less …

African leaders must create strategies that propel economic growth while conserving natural capital and biodiversity.

What are varicose veins? Varicose veins are generally the result of abnormal blood flow. The veins in the body bring blood back from the tissues to the heart and lungs to get oxygen. Blood can flow the wrong way in diseased veins. This is particularly true in the legs, where returning blood must fight gravity. The result is enlarged, painful, and unsightly veins. These typically develop and worsen as we age.

With NYC’s collective consciousness focused on issues of design this month, President Rosanne Somerson 76 ID led a timely panel discussion in Tribeca on Friday, May 18. Four other alumni joined her to...