http://www.cau.edu/ - Clark Atlanta University (CAU) celebrates the achievements of the class of 2019! Former Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum w...
Got plants? A restaurant guide for the best plant-based offerings in the Philadelphia area
Got plants? A plant-based restaurant guide for the best offerings in the Philadelphia area
Enforcement and Compliance Data
NOTE: If you need captions, please click the CC button on the player to turn them on. ECHO, Enforcement and Compliance History Online, is a public web tool d...
College of Engineering & Mines
To round off spring break, UND’s Mechanical Engineering depar tment took a team of sophomores to Las Vegas to compete in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Student Design Competition. Dominic Todd, Austin Kilene, Isaiah Klingfus, Nick O’Reilly, Kevin Kilbride, Jared Hibbison, and their coach Dustin McNally took 2nd place, landing them a spot at ASME’s International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition in the fall This year, competitors designed a robot to complete a Pentathlon. The robot must lift a weight, throw a tennis ball, hit a golf ball, sprint 10 meters, and climb stairs. “UND was neck and neck with Colorado School of Mines on many events, but they had an issue on the…
HR Personnel Share Employment Tips with Transitional Studies Students
Winterville, NC: Members of the N.C. Coastal Society for Human Resource Management drew from their personal experiences last month to offer PCC Transitional Studies stude
Sarah Palin defends Donald Trump in the least useful, but most hilarious, way possible: He’s sa...
Palin took to Facebook to defend the racist proposals of Trump and "the commonsense Right"
Laurel Park Real Estate: Sarasota FL Neighborhood Guide
Family-friendly Laurel Park real estate offers easy access to urban activities near a neighborhood with historic, home town appeal.
River Stewardship: Smith Helps Produce New Guide for Tackling Invasive Plants «
Meg Kirsch '17 (right) and Rebecca Tishler of Mount Holyoke College, help pull invasive plants last summer from the banks of the Mill River on Smith's campus Published April 21, 2016 Every summer for the past several years, Smith students interning with the Botanic Garden have spent countless hours pulling invasive plants from the banks of the mile-long stretch of the Mill River that meanders through campus Their efforts are part of the college’s long-term commitment to help keep the river free of invasive plant species. A new guide published by the Mill River Greenway Initiative aims to share invasive-plant management practices with interested river stewards. Making Room for Native Plants and Wildlife is a collaborative…
We Took A Nashville Chef To Two NYC Hot Chicken Restaurants. Here's What We Found.
Iam driving around Brooklyn on a muggy summer afternoon, anxiously refreshing Google Maps in hopes of finding a way to avoid the borough’s jam-packed stree
New Jersey Man, 20, Dies at Pennsylvania Quarry
A 20-year-old man died at a popular and dangerous eastern Pennsylvania quarry over the weekend, said officials.
How Shavuot is a Perfect Example of Reform Jewish Thinking
One of the great examples of Reform Jewish thinking, some 2,000 years before there was anything called Reform Judaism, regards the Festival of