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2014-15 Canfield Boys' Basketball Preview

2014-15 Canfield Boys’ Basketball Preview
Head Coach: Todd Muckleroy, 5th season at Canfield (121-80 overall)
2013-14 Record: 19-5 (9-3), AAC American
Finish in League: 3rd Place in American Division… 457 more words

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The Centennial: November 27, 1914

It’s a legal requirement of the Thanksgiving episode that the protagonist reflect upon all the things he’s thankful for.

I am thankful for

Eran the history major chose to write his thankfulnesses longhand, in an old middle-school notebook that still lived in a desk drawer in his childhood bedroom. 564 more words

Fiction

What is your Excalibur? Power Sources in organisational settings - an enhanced model!

“One of the things about powerful people is they have the ability to make it look easy” Ice-T

Which are the sources of power in an organisation setting? 

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Leadership

The Centennial: November 17, 1914

“I observe an honorable member reading a newspaper, which is a disorderly practice not allowed in the House.”

Rules of decorum had to be obeyed, but Eran couldn’t blame his host for wanting a distraction. 393 more words

Fiction

State Democrats claim legislative candidate harassed by Republican opponent


HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)– The state Democratic party is claiming that one of their candidates for the state legislature, a woman, is being subjected to harassment by her Republican opponent. 229 more words

News

Video: Marquette Harbor Lighthouse

Marquette, Michigan was established to ship the iron ore from the regional mines to foundries elsewhere in the U.S. The lighthouse was built in 1866 to mark the harbor. 37 more words

Art

Ahriman : The First Prince - John French (audio drama)

Black Library’s Echoes of War collection marches on, and on the fourth day comes an Ahriman audio drama from John French. Entitled Ahriman : The First Prince and running to 45 minutes, this is the Thousand Sons sorcerer post-Heresy, set some time after the events of the novel Ahriman : Exile. 393 more words

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