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Campus news of the week: Wrestling champs, a nerf gun scare, the best crying spots and more

Welcome to the weekly Campus news of the week roundup here at USA TODAY College. There are around five thousand colleges and universities in the U.S. 686 more words


A Day with Martin Karplus

Alright, so just to preface, this post may not be entirely related to music, but I wanted to write about it, so I figured I’d use this blog as a platform (there are some connections to music, specifically to Maestro Muti and to Theodor Adorno, so I would still count this as an acceptable post on my music blog haha). 756 more words


Cubans Want Economic Growth and Opportunity

A rare and limited public opinion poll of Cubans showed strong support for increased economic opportunity and growth. The poll in Cuba was a national random route-sample of 840 Cubans who were 18 years and older that was conducted between October 3 and November 26, 2016 by NORC, a respected public-opinion organization, at the University of Chicago. 620 more words


Propaganda in the classroom

We’re always puzzled to find someone who teaches “communications” at the college level but who seems to have had very little professional experience in the field. 907 more words