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RAMAPO'S CSL - Heckled at First Meeting Since Indictment and More

Bloc Supported Christopher St. Lawrence Heckled at First Public Meeting Since Indictment

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The Journal News:

RAMAPO – In his first Town Board meeting since he was indicted on federal charges, town Supervisor Christopher St.

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Twitter's Impact on Public Relations

This twitter/instagram assignment was a rewarding experience for me. I had never had the experience of tweeting about various subjects regarding public relations, Marquette, or current events happening in the world around me before. 303 more words

Ladies We Love: Niki Robins

Maura Murphy | April 25, 2016

I met Niki through a mutual acquaintance and immediately knew I wanted to be her friend. It was over brunch, and her presence was the only thing that saved the experience from being completely mediocre (Lame food, no booze).   350 more words


De Blasio’s ‘ordinary politics’ defense rings of Shelly Silver

April 25, 2016

From the New York Post:

De Blasio’s ‘ordinary politics’ defense rings of Shelly Silver

Team de Blasio is answering charges that it massively broke state election laws by calling its fund-raising “ordinary politics.” Hmm: The last local to use that defense, ex-Speaker Sheldon Silver, will be sentenced for his crimes next month.

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“The mayor is compromised. He has also compromised the integrity of the City of New York."

April 24, 2016

From the New York Post

Activists call for de Blasio to step down

Two community activists called on Mayor de Blasio to step down Sunday, promising more protesters in the coming weeks at City Hall — which has become a “modern day Tammany Hall.”

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Did I earn $4500 at #PayoneerLahore forum?

I wanted to earn $4500 a day, so decided to attend Payoneer Forum at Lahore, Pakistan.

Yes, this was what Mr. Tanveer Hussain Nandla promised to tell at the forum – his topic was, Event Blogging, How I made $4500 a day. 646 more words


Publication Record: Spring 2016

UM-COP Faculty continue to innovate in the new curriculum and to share their insights with pharmacy educators.   Below is a roundup of our recent publications. … 482 more words