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Discrimination in the community brings minority clubs together

By: ALICIA FLORES
Staff Writer
aaflores@umail.iu.edu

Recent political events have caused some Muslim students at IU South Bend to feel unsafe in the community. One particular student has decided to change this by starting an organization to bring students together to feel a sense of security. 830 more words

News

Problems using Urbanized Areas for comparisons over time

Since 1950, the Census has defined Urbanized Areas (UAs) as the contiguous, built-up areas of large urban settlements. These are areas with populations of 50,000 or more (though population of what has varied), including adjacent small areas (census tracts or blocks) that meet a minimum density threshold. 1,251 more words

Census

Joint statement on forest stage rally charges in Scotland and England

Forest Enterprise Scotland, Forest Enterprise England and the MSA can confirm that they are able to advise rally organisers and competitors of new stage mileage rates from 2017. 117 more words

British Gravel Rallying

Wales Rally GB given green light to use Welsh Forests

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) and the Motor Sports Association (MSA) have signed a new access agreement which will allow Wales Rally GB to use NRW-managed land for the next three years. 309 more words

British Gravel Rallying

The problem with Metropolitan Divisions

In addition to defining Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), the Office of Management and Budget defines subareas of some of the largest MSAs, which are called Metropolitan Divisions. 836 more words

Urban Sprawl

Arts school theatre presents "Jane Eyre"

The Mississippi School of the Arts Theatre Department is putting on a production of “Jane Eyre,” an on-stage version of the classic English novel of… 49 more words

Brookhaven Events

Getting a boost from - and giving a boost to - public speaking

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Lawyer Darren Tay, 27, became the first Singaporean to win the prestigious World Championship of Public Speaking in Washington last month. Ironically, he used to be afraid of speaking in front of large audiences. 349 more words

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