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SRU Chief Contract Extended

It should perhaps come as no surprise that SRU Chief Executive Mark Dodson’s contract has been extended. However the timing appears to be very odd. 337 more words

238th Anniversary of the Battle of Oriskany

Two historical posts in one week!? I know! And I’m in the middle of moving so things are hectic. But coincidentally, August 6th holds another historical meaning for me in terms of what I write about. 740 more words

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Mentorship Meets Google

When we think about mentorship the image that comes to most of our minds is that of the formal Mentor and Mentee relationship between an experienced professional sharing their expertise with new grads. 442 more words

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Player Analysis: Simon Zebo

In the midst of his rise to stardom, Simon Zebo has split Irish fans’ opinions in a manner that we’ve never witnessed before. This piece will take both the positive and negative sides of the argument into account to find an accurate conclusion regarding the Cork winger’s ability.  1,362 more words

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Ben Youngs back from burnout and hungry for World Cup

One of the most unsettled positions in the Stuart Lancaster era has been scrum-half, even though only three players have started for England there: Danny Care, Lee Dickson and Ben Youngs. 406 more words

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Apple May Target Iran in Product Push

On Tuesday, six nations, including the United States, struck a groundbreaking but highly controversial and not universally praised deal with Iran amidst aims to curtain the nation’s nuclear ambitions and capabilities. 77 more words

Six Nations fire chief fears looming disaster

TORONTO – A string of suspected arsons, inexperienced volunteer staff and a truck ladder that isn’t high enough hasn’t stopped the fire department at Canada’s most populated First Nation from scraping by. 557 more words

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