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Menstrual equity. This term is likely one that you’ve never heard before. I hadn’t either, until I attended a discussion hosted by Her Justice, a...

First things first: What’s a teller? In the world of parliamentary procedure, a teller is a person who helps to pass out, collect, and count ballots,...

We’re no longer being attacked by black flies or mosquitoes, but unfortunately, not all pests are ready to say goodbye quite yet.

For too long our Representatives and Senators have cared more about the powerful special interests who call the shots in Washington than people like you and me. It’s time to change that.

Government can and must be accountable to the people, but that can only happen when we all make the commitment to vote. How about you? Will you make the commitment to be a voter this year?

The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi and calls for a tough U.S. response put the president in a hot spot

Changing our food system might be the key not only to feeding the planet, but also ensuring people and nature thrive

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- A new PRRI/The Atlantic survey on civic engagement finds stark gaps within different age groups' attitudes toward the ...

Can a unified path for development and conservation lead to a better future?

While spring and summer are ideal for insect infestations in New England, the fall and winter will generally bring more problems, when wildlife pests are…

In the latest installment in the Social Justice in Question lecture series, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Jan Cameron hosted Dr. Karen Saxe for a talk entitled “Mathematics and Social Justice” this past Thursday, Oct. 4, in Rockefeller Hall. Cameron brought the lecture to campus in conjunction with his firstyear writing seminar Social Justice in Question. Saxe, the Associate Executive Director of the American Mathematical…

The Evils of Polygyny examines one powerful structural factor that instigates, enforces, and replicates patterns of male dominance: the practice of polygyny. From more than a decade’s worth of study, Rose McDermott has produced a book that uncovers the violent impact of polygyny on women, children, and the nation-state and adds fundamentally to the burgeoning focus on gender concerns in political psychology and international relations. Integrating…

The fanciful anthropomorphic animal sculptures Nicole Havekost 94 PR has been dreaming up and refining for the past several years have captured the attention of gallery goers in New Orleans, Chicago,...

Last Friday, October 5, trustees, alumni and other special guests joined members of the RISD community for the official groundbreaking ceremony for the newest addition to RISD’s first-year housing...

Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora has shuffled his lineup for Game 2 against the Houston Astros, putting infielders Ian Kinsler and Rafael Devers and catcher Christian Vazquez in the starting lineup for the first time in the AL Championship Series.

Beth E. Jasperson
Beth Ellen Jasperson, 78, of Shawnee, KS passed away on Fri., Oct. 12, 2018 at the Kansas City Hospice House. Graveside service will be at 12:30 pm, Fri., Oct. 19, at the Leavenworth Veteran's Administration National Cemetery in Leavenworth, KS. The family suggests memorial contributions to the PKD Foundation 1001 E. 101st Terr. Suite 220 Kansas City, MO 64131. Beth was born Oct. 9, 1940 in Salem, OR and was a long time area resident. Sghe is survived by her…

DEAN E. MILLER
Dean Edward Miller, 75, of Kansas City, KS passed away on Wed., Oct. 10, 2018 at Shawnee Mission Medical Center. Visitation will be from 10 to 12 Noon and the Funeral will be at 12 Noon both on Mon., Oct. 15, at the Alden-Harrington Funeral Home in Bonner Springs, KS. With burial to follow in the Glenwood Cemetery near Basehor, KS. Dean was born Oct 26, 1942 in Loring, KS and was a lifelong area resident. He graduated from Bonner…

It’s officially fall, and you know what that means—the 2018 school year has begun! Most parents will agree that one of the things they dread…

Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C
October 12, 2018
We are proud to offer the Honorable Walter R. Stone 2L Diversity Fellowship to an outstanding second year law student. The Fellowship provides a $10,000 scholarship and a Summer Associate Position at our firm during the summer of 2019. Successful applicants will be considered for employment after graduation from law school
For more information about the fellowship and…

Pet parents know that there's nothing like the love of furry family members. Keeping your pets healthy is a priority because you want them to live as long as possible.

A landmark climate change report describes a shift in energy spending—away from fossil fuels and into clean energy—needed to keep global warming under 1.5 degrees.

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