CNN — These are the startling and personal stories, lost and hidden in America’s past, brought to life by CNN’s Abby Phillip, Suzanne Malveaux, Omar Jimenez, Athena Jones, Ryan Young, John Avlon and more. Knowing these stories could reshape your understanding of the disparities the country faces today. 150 yearsRead More →

In the early 1900s, a young man travels to Canada to earn money for his family back home. After joining a small group of fellow Punjabis working in a sawmill, he faces harsh working conditions, harassment and discrimination. This is the synopsis of a new breakthrough movie titled “ਛੱਲਾ ਮੁੜRead More →

The abortion debate only intensified following Dobbs v. Jackson of the United States Supreme Court, which overturned Roe v. Wade and removed constitutional protections for abortion, returning the matter to the states. Since the ruling, 12 states have banned or severely restricted abortion care, and at least 10 other statesRead More →

Dr. Shearer explains that one of the many unique aspects of the SpokenWeb project is the interdisciplinary collaboration between the literary scholars who work in the archives and the archivists who manage the collections. “Usually we have conversations about the archives separately,” she says. “This project brings together our expertiseRead More →

City’s Kiera Walsh and Lauren Hemp know they could make history on Sunday night. England’s record-breaking Euro tournament ends against Germany at sold-out Wembley, with the prospect of bringing football ‘home’ in tempting fashion. In the round of 16, England faced two teams in Spain and Sweden who posed seriousRead More →

Eczema can be itchy and dry out the skin. It is a common skin condition, affecting around 30% of the American population. Some people may be disproportionately affected by eczema. For example, eczema may be more severe or persistent in Hispanics. Below we will discuss more about eczema and howRead More →

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Health equity doesn’t have an overnight solution, but for Leo Wilton, professor of human development at Binghamton University’s College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA), years of research have become the cornerstone cornerstone of a successful academic career. For his research, leadership and contributions to policy in all professions affectingRead More →

A year ago, a seemingly unlikely merger took place within UC Santa Cruz’s arts division, merging the theater arts department and the Art & Design: Games + Playable Media (AGPM) program. Renamed Department of Performance, Gaming and Design (PLR), it is the only university department in the world to breakRead More →

The grant will fund a professorship in Iranian linguistics and graduate scholarships in Persian and Iranian studies. The Elahé Omidyar Mir-Djalali Chair of Iranian Linguistics will initially be held by linguistics professor Simin Karimi. A $2.5 million charitable grant to the University of Arizona from the Roshan Cultural Heritage InstituteRead More →

In the spring of 2022, the Syracuse University Study Council and the Intergroup Dialogue Program collaborated to develop a supportive online community for educators of color in central New York City. Courtney Mauldin Facilitated by Courtney Mauldin, assistant professor of instructional leadership, and third-year doctoral student Easton Davis G’21, theRead More →

If the pilot is successful, Australia could become the first country to adopt routine child screening to detect type 1 diabetes in children. Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a lifelong autoimmune disease that occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. It is frequently diagnosed inRead More →

From the Stony Brook School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS), left to right: Robyn Linner, Patricia Woodruff, Stephanie Arsenault, Katrina Rokosz, Hsiao-Yun Chang and Yong Chen. Photos by John Griffin. Every season for more than 40 years, the Hudson River Biological Monitoring Program has collected millions of marine samplesRead More →

The stream research report focuses on Global satellite market from 2022 to 2028, along with the factors that will drive the growth of the industry. The document discusses past market efficiency, recent growth factors, and expected innovative technologies. The report examines the origins of the industry and the long-termRead More →

Erin Hickey UC San Francisco has named Erin Hickey, a successful fundraiser with a passion for healthcare, as vice chancellor of University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) after a nationwide search. During his 20-year fundraising career, Hickey has secured millions of dollars in pledges from some of the nation’s topRead More →

The Deccan College Post Graduate and Research Institute in Pune will host a five-day offline course for language enthusiasts, focusing on Indian languages ​​and the need for multilingualism. Organized by the Department of Linguistics at Deccan College, the offline course titled “Facets of Multilingualism” will focus on the history ofRead More →

Songbirds that learn from nearby birds that food supplies may be running out respond by changing their physiology as well as their behavior, according to a study from the Oregon State University College of Sciences. After receiving social information from neighbors with dietary restrictions for three days, the crossbills inRead More →

Ten years ago this week, two international collaborations of groups of scientists, including a large contingent from Caltech, confirmed that they had found conclusive evidence for the Higgs boson, an elusive elementary particle, predicted for the first time in a series of articles published in the middle of the 20thRead More →

In 1776, the Declaration of Independence was adopted by delegates to the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia. Get metro tickets The top 10 local stories from the Boston metro area and New England air daily. In 1802, the United States Military Academy officially opened in West Point, NY In 1826,Read More →

“There are so many misinformation, so many myths about abortion. Abortion will lead to addiction, depression, suicidal thoughts; abortion is bad for your health; every woman will regret it,” said said social psychologist Brenda Major, eminent professor emeritus. in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University ofRead More →

After 51 years on campus, Dr. Alexander (Sandy) Ervin (PhD) is quitting. But make no mistake: that doesn’t mean it’s slowing down. “I’m a late bloomer, you know. I always have been,” said Ervin, a professor in the Department of Archeology and Anthropology at the University of Saskatchewan (USask). Ervin,Read More →

By Dr. Chris Lorentz Thomas More University Part 51 of our “Retrospect and Vista II” series: Thomas More College/University, 1971-2021 In 2017, Thomas More University (TMU) celebrated the 50th anniversary of our Biology Field Station, a state-of-the-art STEM facility located on the banks of the Ohio River. Since acquiring theRead More →

Kash Patel, a former National Security Council official, was also granted access. Trump’s spokesman said the two men had been officially appointed as NARA representatives. Solomon, who founded an online publication called Just the News, has long been a favorite of media personalities and conservative politicians. He’s appeared numerous timesRead More →

Scientists from the University of Southampton have found that the stretching of continents has probably caused one of the most extreme and abrupt episodes of global warming in Earth’s history. The researchers, together with colleagues from the University of Edinburgh, University of Leeds, University of Oldenburg, University of Florence andRead More →

(Google Maps) Written by Kevin Ashley. Read the full article here: I started researching the history of the African American community in Coronado almost by chance, in February 2020. My son’s Coronado High School (CHS) basketball team was preparing to play for the championship Division 3 of the CaliforniaRead More →

Two researchers, one studying youth mental health and the other focusing on sports development and organization, are recognized by the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (FAHS) for their outstanding work. Assistant Professor of Health Sciences Karen Patte and Associate Professor of Sport Management Julie Stevens each received the 2022 ExcellenceRead More →

The task was gargantuan: to bring together a team of more than 3,500 language specialists, academics and enthusiastic amateurs to determine how many distinct languages ​​still exist in India, a country of astonishing linguistic diversity. Ganesh Narayan Devy has been obsessed with this question since, as a young literary scholar,Read More →

LONDON — Explorers and historians are telling the world about the discovery of the wreckage of a royal warship that sank in 1682 while carrying a future king of England, Ireland and Scotland. HMS Gloucester, traveling from the south of England to Scotland, ran aground while cruising on sandbanks offRead More →

Contact person: James Carskadon Kenneth Graham (Photo courtesy of NOAA) STARKVILLE, Mississippi.—Kenneth Graham, an alumnus of Mississippi State University, now heads the National Weather Service. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration today announced Graham’s appointment as Deputy Administrator of NOAA and 17th Director of the National Weather Service. [June 7],Read More →

Hardman building needs insulation, drywall to control humidity and protect collections Fearing damage from Florida’s summer temperatures and humidity, the Lake Wales History Museum is reaching out to supporters and potential donors to raise money to improve the 1916 railroad depot that houses several thousand important documents and historical artifactsRead More →

Six University of Toronto undergraduate students are being recognized for their innovative research, including their use of library services, on topics ranging from music, poetry and film to neuroscience and architecture. Students – Eric Yang, Rion Levy, Sapolnach Prompiengchai, Connor Norquay, Nicollo Abe and Tessa Di Vizio – are allRead More →

5 minutes (1403 words) Lily Download PDF Oceans of Grain: How American Wheat Remade the World This compelling argument that wheat plays a key role in the rise and fall of empires was released two days before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sent grain prices to an all-time highRead More →