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Disability, language, history, and per se &.

“It’s a person’s right to identify however the hell they want. If they’re more comfortable as a ‘person with a disability’ than as a ‘disabled person’ then that’s nothing to do with me. 156 more words

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Big Analytics Roundup (May 9, 2016)

The big news this week: Teradata’s CEO Mike Keough walks the plank. TDC stock rises 21% on dismal numbers, which demonstrates how much Wall Street values leadership. 615 more words

Apache Spark

Radio News Roundup Week of 3/1/16

The following is a script for radio news broadcast that gathers together multiple news stories in a readable fashion for short broadcast. It is a compilation of news stories from multiple online sources on the week proceeding March 1st, 2016 that follows a structure of campus, local, national, international, and popular news. 329 more words

Salve Regina University

There are so many flavors of racist stuff here it's like a seven-layer racism cake.

People killed by police, 2016. 389 and counting.

Compare it with this time last year: “In May, the Washington Post analyzed the 385 fatal police shootings in the United States that had occurred so far in 2015. 432 more words

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Monthly School Foodservice News Roundup: April Edition

We searched around for the best stories about school foodservice so you don’t have to! Here’s a roundup of the best articles about news and trends in K-12 foodservice this month. 296 more words

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Student Loans in the News

As I was traveling a couple weeks ago, I picked up the March 29th edition of USA TODAY. In the Money section Peter Dunn had written an article… 187 more words

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