Canada’s most prestigious French-language scholarly society today announced the recipients of its research grants, with two McGill professors among the recipients. At its 77th virtual gala ceremony, the non-profit organization Acfas, the Association francophone pour le savoir, awarded McGill’s Professor Michel Biron the André-Laurendeau Prize and Professor Susanne Lajoie theRead More →

Zidane Iqbal became the first British South Asian footballer in Manchester United history after stepping off the bench in the Champions League game against Young Boys. The 18-year-old trained with the first team on Tuesday, before taking his place on the bench for Wednesday’s visit to the Swiss side, withRead More →

The selection of Anil Menon, an American of Indian origin, as one of the 10 future astronauts by NASA marks a new turning point in the history of space missions. He is a pilot of the United States Air Force who has played an essential role in several air operationsRead More →

For immediate release: 08 December 2021 Today, the United States Food and Drug Administration issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for Evusheld from AstraZeneca (tixagevimab co-packaged with cilgavimab and administered together) for pre-exposure prophylaxis ( prevention) of COVID-19 in certain adults and children (12 years and older weighing at leastRead More →

The best history of sport, the comprehensive four-volume history book detailing the first 100 years of the Packers, is now available for purchase exclusively through the Packers Pro Shop, both in-store and online. Christl will be available to sign books and meet Packers fans from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.Read More →

Students and faculty at the Ric Edelman College of Communication & Creative Arts held their first Fall Research Showcase on December 4, a forum that explored a wide range of topics, from the controversial name change of an NFL football team to to continued denial of AIDS to devastating loss.Read More →

Perhaps it was fitting that an Ashes series whose foreplay was unprecedented and surreal began with such an utterly bizarre moment: Rory Burns dragging himself into his crease so that Mitchell Starc’s release – with a appreciable swing correcting for a fine leg trajectory – was cannonated in the EnglishRead More →

Tomorrow, President Biden will host a world summit on democracy. This is a stripped-down version of the originally planned gathering. Instead of a large meeting room, delegates will meet on Zoom. (Reactivate, Prime Minister.) Yet Biden’s central idea is right: the world is dividing into a camp of authoritarians againstRead More →

Source: Paul Morigi / Getty Images for History Channel The History Channel celebrated the launch of its new four-part docuseries The toys that built America by kicking off the giving season. In partnership with Blue Star Families, The History Channel hosted a Mission To Honor philanthropic event Monday at theRead More →

“Hidden Heroes” premieres at 8 p.m. Thursday on The History Channel. (Images: The History Channel) NEW YORK – The History Channel announces its new hour-long documentary “Hidden Heroes: The Nisei Soldiers of WWII,” premiering on Veterans Day, Thursday, November 11 at 8 p.m. ET / PT. From Category Six MediRead More →

September 8 marked the 55th anniversary of the premiere of “Star Trek” from creator Gene Roddenberry, a “Wagon Train To the Stars” series that Lucille Ball’s production company made a huge bet to spawn a multi-billion franchise. of dollars covering the entire sphere of pop culture. Starting tonight (November 5),Read More →

The Star Trek documentary series announced earlier this year finally has a release date, along with more details on how you can watch the full series. Central headquarters come to History Channel… and History Vault The History Channel celebrates the 55th year of Star Trek with the new ten-part documentaryRead More →

The HISTORY® Channel celebrates the 55th anniversary of the iconic and popular “Star Trek” franchise with the ten-part docuseries directed by Brian Volk-Weiss of The Nacelle Company “The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek”. Narrated and produced by Gates McFadden (“Star Trek: The Next Generation,” “InvestiGates: Who Do YouRead More →

Professor Sheila Myers AUBURN, NY – A professor from Cayuga Community College was recently featured to discuss historic railroad magnate Thomas Durant in an episode of History Channel’s “The Engineering That Built the World”. Professor Sheila Myers, who has written three novels focusing on Durant, his family, and their historicalRead More →

The History Channel dedicates Sunday evenings to builders, structures and their impact on civilization. The first episode of “The engineering that built the world” (8 p.m., History) recalls the visionaries and commercial rivals who would create the transcontinental railroad. The following hours will be devoted to the creation of theRead More →

4 WVU students face expulsionFour WVU students face expulsion after being linked to anonymous social media posts claiming there may be public suicide on campus. 22 minutes ago Tractor trailer blocking the ramp from Stanwix Street to I-376It is not known how long it will take before the truck isRead More →

The Village Dresser Council began its monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 7 at 6:30 p.m. The whole council was present. The application for a block grant for community development was discussed along with an update on the ambulance service contract and information on the redistribution. Then the announcement of theRead More →

“It’s very, very, very difficult to escape prison,” world famous actor Morgan Freeman said of his new show, Big Escapes with Morgan Freeman. To come Historical channel this fall, the series documents true stories of prison escapes, most of which ultimately failed. “You can go out, but I almost guaranteeRead More →

Courtesy of AMC Courtney B. Vance returns to the courtroom for an all-new role. AMC has announcement that Vance will play a public defender in the upcoming courtroom drama 61st Street. The series, which comes from the BAFTA winner Pierre Moffat, follows Tosin Cole as Moses Johnson, a “promising blackRead More →

HISTORY® will premiere the new animated and produced non-fiction series “Great Escapes with Morgan Freeman” by the Oscar-winning actor on Tuesday, November 9 at 10 p.m. ET / PT. Produced by Revelations Entertainment, the production company of Freeman and producer Lori McCreary, the eight-hour-long episode series will detail the biggestRead More →

Winston-Salem’s Bladesmith Fermin Lopez will appear for the second time in a “Forged in Fire” competition on the History Channel. The History Channel is airing a three-part ‘Forged In Fire’ Armed Forces Tournament where eight members of the Armed Forces – and former ‘Forged In Fire’ competitors – will faceRead More →

Perhaps nothing has a greater influence on popular culture than the machines and technology that affect the way we live. HISTORY Channel’s new docuseries, “The Machines That Built America,” will explore the origins and impacts of some of the most revolutionary innovations in US history, from airplanes to power toolsRead More →

Lindsay Sorell (photo) is the Prince Albert Historical Society’s new Indigenous History Researcher. – Photo submitted. Lindsay Sorell’s new role combines two things she loves in life: history and research. Sorell, a Métis artist, researcher and writer, began her new position as an Indigenous history researcher at the Prince AlbertRead More →

Sometimes one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. In the case of the History Channel’s “American Pickers,” it’s his reality show. And soon, this reality show might feature your neighbor. “American Pickers,” which features hosts Mike Wolfe and Danielle Colby traveling the country in search of antique collectors with unusualRead More →

To nurture the historical awareness of Filipino learners, teachers, parents and the general public, DepEd History Channel will broadcast films and documentaries on Philippine and world history. The Department of Education (DepEd) is set to create a DepEd television history channel that will broadcast films and documentaries on Philippine andRead More →

Sometimes one man’s garbage is another’s treasure. In the case of History Channel’s “American Pickers,” it’s his reality TV show. And soon, this reality show could feature your neighbor. “American Pickers,” which features hosts Mike Wolfe and Danielle Colby traveling the country in search of antique collectors with unusual items,Read More →

The story® Channel’s hit survival series Only is back like never before and takes place in the most spectacular and challenging location yet. In Season 8, ten contestants are dropped off in central British Columbia’s interior to brave the elements, wildlife, and isolation of the remote Chilcotin region. Participants areRead More →

The story® The Channel’s Successful Survival Series Only is back like never before and takes place in the most spectacular and challenging location yet. In Season 8, ten entrants are dropped off into the interior of central British Columbia to brave the elements, wildlife and isolation of remote Chilcotin. ParticipantsRead More →

The story® The Channel’s Successful Survival Series Only is back like never before and takes place in the most spectacular and challenging location yet. In Season 8, ten entrants are dropped off into the interior of central British Columbia to brave the elements, wildlife and isolation of remote Chilcotin. ParticipantsRead More →