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CMU comes all the way back in the Bahamas Bowl, follows up incredible TD with a blown two-point conversion

9 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

For those who failed to tune into the Popeye’s Bahamas Bowl (or maybe didn’t even know about it until now), you missed out on one of the craziest postseason college football endings of all time. Central Michigan University was down, 49-42, against Western Kentucky with just one second remaining (they had been down, 49-14, when […]

Missing playoffs 'gut-wrenching' for Kelly

PHILADELPHIA -- In 2003, when he was offensive coordinator at the University of New Hampshire, Chip Kelly's team didn't go to the FCS playoffs. Since then, Kelly has gone to the postseason every year. Whether it was bowl games at Oregon...Show More Summary

WWE: Vince McMahon Allows Attitude Era To Make A Comeback On The WWE Network

The WWE Attitude Era is sorely missed by some fans in the WWE Universe. Vince McMahon apparently felt that fans needed a Christmas present so now the WWE Network will be carrying “12 Days Of Attitude” come this Sunday. In a related report...Show More Summary

Manny Pacquiao watched by 48 million homes in China; May 2 should be for Canelo-Cotto not Pacman-Mayweather, says Bob Arum

Bob Arum reveals that  48 million homes watched Manny Pacquiao in China event, and that the boxing legend will judge Miss Universe in January 2015. But Arum believes May 2, 2015, in Las Vegas should feature Mexican fighters. Manny Pacquiao's defence of the World Boxing Organisation welterweight crown in Macau, China, in November was watched [...]

D'Angelo's New Album 'Provides The Funk' That's Been Missing In R&B

HuffPost Live Datwon Thomas, Editor-in-Chief, RESPECT Magazine + Laiya St. Clair, Radio/TV Personality + Mark Anthony Neal, Professor, Duke University join Marc Lamont Hill to break down D'Angelo's long-awaited Black Messiah album.

How music class can spark language development

EVANSTON, Ill. - Music training has well-known benefits for the developing brain, especially for at-risk children. But youngsters who sit passively in a music class may be missing out, according to new Northwestern University research. In...Show More Summary

What’s Missing from Your Protein Shake?

A recent study from the University of Scranton’s Journal of Clinical Phycology says only 8 percent of those who make a New Year’s resolution see their goals come to fruition. This is especially problematic for those of use who want to try to lose weight. Regardless of the specific goal, people establishing resolutions to improve […]

The Least Celebrated, but Most Successful, Colleges for Graduating Low-Income Black Students

Analyses that evaluate the success of HBCUs by observing their six-year graduation rates often miss the mark. On the surface, graduation rates tell us little about a college’s or university’s ability to educate a racially and economically diverse student body.

New studies power legacy of UW-Madison research, 60 years later

MADISON, Wis. -- Frederick Crane was a researcher under David E. Green in the mid-1950s, during the early days of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Enzyme Institute, when he made his defining discovery. The lab group was on a mission...Show More Summary

Mary Ann Mobley dies at 77; Miss America starred on TV, in films

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

When William Faulkner's niece burst into his library with the news that one of her sorority sisters at the University of Mississippi had been crowned Miss America, the Nobel Prize-winning novelist paused for a moment before returning to his typewriter.

Obama Administration’s Brain Drain Emboldens Iran

What similar experience does the Obama Administration share with the University of Texas at Austin? Hint:  Last week the University announced a collection of one hundred brains, preserved in formaldehyde, were missing. Univeristy co-curator...Show More Summary

Congrats and Best Wishes

Congratulations to Political Calculations on its 10th anniversary! It is one of the finest blogs in the universe and if you aren't visiting it often then you are missing out on fascinating analysis.

TV Club: Bob’s Burgers: “Father Of The Bob”

Bob’s dad has long been the missing piece of the Bob’s Burgers universe. The show has never been shy about exploring Linda’s side of the extended family—her parents appeared way back in the second episode ever, and her sister Gayle also debuted in the first season—but the circumstances of Bob’s background were left to the audience to infer. Show More Summary

Rosneft Help Find Missing Population of Reindeer

The scientists of Siberian Federal University with the support of Rosneft found a missing population of Evenki wild reindeer. It became possible through implementation

ISIS Claims To Have Made 'Dirty Bomb' With Uranium Stolen From Mosul University

ISIS now claims to have made a dirty bomb out of uranium stolen from Mosul University. 40 kilograms were reported missing from the university four months ago. According to the Christian Post, an ISIS "trainer" in Syria says the terror...Show More Summary

UT's Missing Brains Mystery Solved

The University of Texas' mystery of 100 missing brains has been solved. School officials claim that the brains were not stolen as previously thought -- rather, they were destroyed over a decade about because they were in poor condition. Show More Summary

UAB Football Is Dead: Great Leaders Make Great Enemies

In case you missed it, UAB Football is dead. Technically, the UAB President and the university made the decision to shut down the Division 1, FBS program, which went 6-6 this year and is bowl eligible. Reasons provided by the...

Keeping Austin weird: 100 brains go missing from the University of Texas

In what sounds like a plot to a shlocky horror film, 100 brains have gone missing from the University of Texas at Austin. The brains, one of which belong to clock tower sniper Charles Whitman, make up approximately half of the university's formaldehyde-preserved

University of Texas Says It Can Account for Missing Brain Specimens

3 weeks agoHealth : NYT: Health

The university in Austin said most of the missing 100 brains, collected decades ago for research, had been disposed of as biological waste.

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