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Rolling Coconuts and Footballs

In addition to getting free cars, another great thing about being in advertising is the opportunity to meet fascinating people at free dinners in fancy hotels.   1,732 more words

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Are rights from God. . . or man? Part II

After Chris Cuomo’s quarrel with Judge Roy Moore, another media-type has expressed her belief that rights come from man. In response to Sen. Ted Cruz  209 more words

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Overstating Diversity at Columbia, Part 2

I heard back from U.S. News & World Report on the error I reported to them. (See Part 1 here.) “U.S. News Webmaster ” wrote: 206 more words

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Overstating Diversity at Columbia: U.S. News & World Report Rankings

While doing some research using the U.S. News & World Report rankings of top colleges, I discovered an error. In one set of rankings, the magazine’s staff takes its list of 25 highest rated national universities and compares economic diversity at those institutions. 438 more words

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Kids Who Play A Lot Of Video Games Do Better In School

Great news for kids everywhere! Parents, you might not like this, but your kids will. But according to a group called the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, kids who play a lot of video games tend to do better in school. 168 more words

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William Mitchell, Hamline Law School To Merge

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two nationally-renowned St. Paul law schools — located just three miles apart — will soon become one.

William Mitchell College of Law and Hamline University School of Law are planning to transform into Mitchell|Hamline School of Law. 126 more words

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U.S. News Focuses On New Haven, Promise Movement

U.S. News & World Report is featuring the growth of the Promise movement — and we are happy to report the first national shout-out to Cities of Promise. 397 more words

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