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Governor Lamont provides update on Conne...

Press Releases 07/01/2022 Governor Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts Last data at 4:00 p.m. on Friday January 7, 2022 (HARTFORD, CT) – As the state of Connecticut continues to take action in response to the global spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Governor Ned Lamont provided the following updates at 4:00 p.m. on […]

TimesOC: OC hospitals overwhelmed by Omi...

Hello and welcome to the TimesOC newsletter. We are on Friday January 7th. My name is Ben Brazil and I bring you the latest summary of Orange County news and events. Orange County hospitals are in crisis mode as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus continues to spread in the community. At least nine hospitals […]

Huntington News | The NU community crea...

Beyond university resources, community groups in the Northeast are working to improve the mental health of the student body. Many student-run organizations, such as Active Minds and Lean on me northeast, promote or offer services that the university does not offer, such as peer support and open spaces to voice concerns and grievances. Still students […]

How Democracy is Eroding – Lessons from

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of information, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) Now that a full year has passed since the Jan.6, 2021 assault on Capitol Hill, the 2020 elections, and the republic, it is evident that the attack never really ended. Instead, it spread to other, less visible and […]

Jocelyn Ferguson is HMRI’s Senior Direct

By Luke Netzley Contributing editor of the weekly Pasadena AAt a crucial time when personal health and well-being are paramount, the Huntington Medical Research Institutes have appointed Jocelyn Ferguson as Director of Development. The newly created position will see Ferguson working with the management team, board and staff of the Pasadena-based biomedical research organization to […]

omicron in Memphis and DeSoto County mea...

Omicron is booming in Shelby and DeSoto counties. With the rapid increase in the number of cases comes a set of challenges familiar to any business or institution whose staff deal with the public. In both counties, restaurant and retail workers view the rapid spread of omicron with a combination of suspicion and resignation. It’s […]

The National Pension Service lags behind...

January. 4. 2022 Settings Finance 01/04/2022 15:15 The National Pension Service lags behind private finance companies in net zero efforts Environmental activists organize a rally outside the headquarters of the National Pension Service in Jeonju, North Jeolla province, to urge the state pension fund to stop its coal-related investments in this April file photo 2021. […]

Graduate programs in criminology and sup...

Intelligent.com ranked UMSL’s Masters in Criminology and Supply Chain Management programs number one in the country in its 2022 Top Colleges Ranking. (Photo by August Jennewein) Whether the students are interested in business or education, criminology or nursing, the University of Missouri – St. Louis has quality programs to provide them with the knowledge they […]

Rahsaan Harris ’95 builds community in N

Former Peace Corps volunteer is now CEO of the Citizens Committee for New York City Rahsaan Harris ’95 became CEO of the New York Citizens Committee during the pandemic. New York City Citizens Committee Since growing up in Piscataway, New Jersey, Rahsaan Harris ’95 has understood the power of community involvement. Her mother, a public […]