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Estrogen, antibiotics persisted in dairy farm waste after advanced treatment, study finds

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- When University at Buffalo chemists began studying waste disposal at a dairy farm in New York State, they thought that the farm's advanced system for processing manure would help remove estrogens and antibiotics from...Show More Summary

New York Giants Brandon Meriweather Focuses on Hometown Children

Brandon Meriweather, currently playing special teams for the New York Giants, was born and raised in Apopka, Florida. As a graduate of the University of Miami, he was selected first-team All-ACC in 2005 and semi-finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award. Currently, Meriweather is Miami’s all-time leader with 293 tackles as [...]

Study Finds 'Fast and Efficient' Way to Stop Jet Lag

Researchers at Stanford University have discovered what a press release calls a "fast and efficient" way to stop jet lag before it starts: repeatedly flashing light into your eyes while you sleep. "If you are flying to New York tomorrow, tonight you use the light therapy," Dr. Jamie Zeitzer says....

Me&Ro Is Hiring An E-Commerce & Digital Marketing Coordinator In New York

Me&Ro is hiring a full time E-Commerce and Digital Marketing Coordinator for its Tribeca studio. Me&Ro has been at the forefront of modern jewelry design for 25 years, creating a style of jewelry that has been recognized universally, inspiring a movement of personal, handcrafted fine... Continue reading

Writers Guild Initiative Sets Winner Of 2016 Collyer Fellowship In Screenwriting

The Writers Guild Initiative today named Bo Shim of New York University as recipient of its 2016 Michael Collyer Memorial Fellowship in Screenwriting. The fellowshipis awarded to a student who plans to pursue a career in screenwriting...Show More Summary

Black NYU grad students accuse Marco Rubio campaign workers of racially profiling them

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Two black graduate students at New York University accused Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) campaign of racially profiling them during a recent event, Buzzfeed reported. The students, Taisha Henry and Ugonma Ubani-Ebere, said they were approached by campaign staffers during a town hall on Sunday in...

Professor To 'Part Ways' With College Over Comments About Islam

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A professor at an evangelical university near Chicago who got in trouble after saying Muslims and Christians worship the same God will leave the school, according to a joint statement released by Wheaton College on Saturday night. Show More Summary

How Should America Fund Its Highways in the 21st Century?

Tristan R. Brown, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Falling gasoline prices have sparked a comeback among gas guzzlers, and the Obama administration wants to stop it in its tracks. The White House last week proposed making crude oil more expensive by imposing a new tax of US$10 a barrel. Show More Summary

Black Students Allege They Were Racially Profiled at Marco Rubio Event

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

A New York University journalism professor took to Twitter after she claimed two of her black students were kicked out of a Marco Rubio town hall event this weekend.  Professor Yvonne Latty said it happened even though other white non-credentialed student  journalists were allowed to stay. Latty and her  graduate students were covering the presidential campaign […]

Interview: ‘The Magicians’ Showrunner Sera Gamble on the Rules of Magic

The new Syfy series The Magicians premiered in January. Based on the books by Lev Grossman, it tells the story of a group of young magicians at Brakebills University in New York. Our students include Quentin (Jason Ralph), Alice (Olivia...Show More Summary

Is the Critic a Parasite? On A. O. Scott’s ‘Better Living Through Criticism’

“Our drive to create originates in — and compensates for — a primal feeling of alienation, of lostness in the universe and confusion about our identity,” New York Times film critic A. O. Scott writes in Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty, and Truth. Show More Summary

The Center Of The E-commerce Universe - 9 Founders On Why New York City

It is expensive to live and work in the City That Never Sleeps. So why, in the "you can start a company easily, cheaply, anywhere era", would a founder choose to launch and scale a startup in New York City?

‘Language of the Birds’ Examines a 100-Year History of Occult Art

Language of the Birds: Occult and Art, on view at New York University’s 80WSE Gallery through February 13, examines the power of an individual’s magical practice, tracing over 100 years in occult art. The show consists of over 60 modern...Show More Summary

Meet Author Dr.Laurie Hollman - Interview by Novelist, Lu Ann Dill

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. is a psychoanalyst with specialized clinical training in infant-parent, child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy. She has been on the faculties of New York University and the Society for Psychoanalytic Study and...Show More Summary

SUNY Maritime Among Top Schools for Career Placement

The Princeton Review’s annual college rankings place State University of New York Maritime College among the top 10 in the nation for career placement after graduation.

The World's Largest Collection of Chinese Food Menus Was Collected by Single Man

A dinner menu from the 1850s for Astor House in New York City, from the Butolph collection of menus. (Photo: Public Domain/New York Public Library) Just in time for Chinese New Year, the University of Toronto Scarborough has acquired the world's largest collection of Chinese restaurant menus. Show More Summary

Debating Hillary Clinton's E-mails in the New York Times

I went a couple of rounds on Hillary Clinton’s classified emails with American University law prof Stephen Vladeck in the New York Times’ “Room for Debate” feature. Basically, Steve and I did one post addressing the Times’ question about...Show More Summary

Using steroids before late preterm delivery reduces neonatal respiratory problems

NEW YORK, NY (February 4, 2016)--A multicenter clinical trial led by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) and NewYork-Presbyterian has found that the use of corticosteroids in mothers at risk for late preterm delivery significantly reduced the incidence of severe respiratory complications in their babies. read more

Inside Rand Paul’s New Hampshire office, after the campaign ended

MANCHESTER, N.H. – James Davis cleared the week, trekked from the Columbia University campus in New York to New Hampshire, and got ready to start his assignment: Getting out the vote for Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) On Wednesday morning, the 19-year-old student started the walk into the office on 50 Bridge Street, and happened past […]

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