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Four Things I Wish I Knew When Entering College

By Le'Jon Butcher, Alum Sonoma State University and Students Rising Above My life has been nothing of the ordinary. However, I have managed to survive and rise above the tragedies. As a high school student in Richmond, California, I was determined to get out of my bad neighborhood. Show More Summary

Help Wanted for Eater's International Expansion

Once again, the Eater universe is expanding. While we have the dynamic food landscape of the United States (and Montreal, Canada) pretty well documented across 24 local city sites and the main site, much of the world still lacks the intense on the ground restaurant world coverage Eater is known for. Show More Summary

Someone Finally Mashed Up Kanye With Weezer and Made Yeezer

It shouldn't have taken this long for someone to think of combining the works of Kanye West and Weezer, and yet here we are. Some 19-year-old out of Ohio State University (who just discovered how good "old Weezer" used to be, sigh) has finally put two and two together. Inspired... More »

University Press Spotlight Fall 2015: University of Colorado Press

Here are some Fall 2015 highlights from the University Press of Colorado (which also includes the Utah State University Press): 1. Ways to the West: How Getting Out of Our Cars is Reclaiming America's Frontier, by Tim Sullivan In Ways...Show More Summary

Police Investigating Alleged Anti-Gay Assault of Man at Penn State University

1 hour agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Don't let a frat guy know that you're gay. — John (@itsJohn718) October 4, 2015 A man’s horrific account of an alleged anti-gay beating at Penn State University has gone viral on social media after the m… The post Police Investigating Alleged Anti-Gay Assault of Man at Penn State University appeared first on Towleroad.

Scientists Learn About Human Memory by Studying Humans, Not Animals

Researchers at Ohio State University are making strides in understanding memory loss by studying how memories are processed in the human brain. The post Scientists Learn About Human Memory by Studying Humans, Not Animals appeared first on PETA.

B/R Exclusive: 5-Star Ben Davis Reveals Top 5, Official Visit Plans

The nation's top-ranked inside linebacker prospect is ready to focus on five favorite universities. Ben Davis, a 5-star recruit who carries dozens of scholarship offers, told Bleacher Report he places Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia and LSU atop his list. Show More Summary

The Effect Of State Taxes On The Geographical Location Of Top Earners: Evidence From Star Scientists

Enrico Moretti (UC-Berkeley) & Daniel Wilson (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco), The Effect of State Taxes on the Geographical Location of Top Earners: Evidence from Star Scientists: Using data on the universe of U.S. patents filed between 1976 and 2010, we quantify how sensitive is migration by star scientist...

Watch a sensational solo long-range golazo from an American university match (Video)

There have been a couple of terrific goals scored in the America in the past few days. On Monday we brought you the footage of a brilliant overhead kick in a match between NC State and Notre Dame, and today we’ve got an even better pearler from a match between Urbana University and Wheeling Jesuit. Show More Summary

Playing the Long Game: Fisher v. University of Texas and the Future of Race-Conscious Admissions Programs

As the United States Supreme Court begins its new term, one of the most watched cases will be Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. For the second time, the Supreme Court will review the constitutionality of the University of Texas' race-conscious admissions program. Show More Summary

Texas Professors Warn Allowing Guns In Class Will Inhibit Free Speech

23 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

As a women's and gender studies professor at the University of Texas at Austin, Lisa Moore is often the very first person to expose her students to the ideas that underpin LGBT literature and culture. Now, she's worried a new state gun...Show More Summary

Georgia State Researcher Gets $1.35 Million to Study Effects of Common Food Additive on Body

Andrew Gewirtz, a professor in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University, has received a four-year, $1.35 million federal grant to study how emulsifiers affect bacteria in the intestinal tract and cause chronic inflammatory diseases in the gut.

Watch an amazing overhead-kick golazo from an American university match (Video)

An amazing goal was scored last weekend in America, in the university match between NC State and Notre Dame. Notre Dame took the lead in the contest, but NC State levelled fifteen minutes into the second half with a special striker.Show More Summary

A Somber Message on World Teachers' Day 2015: Our Teachers Are at Risk

David A Gamson, Pennsylvania State University What is among the first actions that brutal totalitarian regimes take upon assuming power? They imprison, exile or "disappear" teachers. Dictators employ such harsh tactics because of the role teachers play in society. Show More Summary

Top Universities Defend Research Using Body Parts From Aborted Babies

Some of America’s top universities have signed a letter urging states not to support legislation that would ban the sale of aborted babies for research. The letter comes after ten videos surfaced exposing Planned Parenthood’s organ harvesting business, along with documents linking some colleges to their abhorrent practices. Show More Summary

Muslims Are the New Catholics and 'Politicizing' the Oregon Massacre

In the wake of the horrific mass shooting in Oregon on Thursday, President Obama asks Americans to address the epidemic of mass shootings by turning to the ballot box. Fitchburg State University historian Ben Railton joins us to discuss the parallels between centuries of anti-Catholic sentiment in America.

Why I am Joining Other Faith Leaders to Stand With Families of Police Victims for #RiseUpOctober

The numbers are shocking. According to a new study by the Washington Post and Bowling Green State University, at least 1100 people were killed by police in 2014, the highest number in decades. Only one officer was convicted of any crime for every 1,000 killed, the study found. Show More Summary

How The Alpha Chi Omega Sorority Turned Fox Sports' Selfie Shaming Into A Selfless Act

The ASU chapter of Alpha Chi Omega turns selfie-shaming into a request for Fox Sports to donate to charity. Well played, sisters. The Arizona State University chapter of Alpha Chi Omega recently incited an online riot during an Arizona...Show More Summary

New science redefines remote -- even pandas global

This just in from the pandas nestled in a remote corner of China: Their influence spans the globe. In this week's international journal Ecology and Society, sustainability scholars from Michigan State University apply a new integrated...Show More Summary

Sons and fans of Yogi Berra gather to celebrate his life

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

It was the fans’ chance to bid farewell to Yankee legend Berra at the Yogi Berra Museum at Montclair State University. The beloved star died Sept. 22.

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