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Saint Louis University student honored a...

ST. LOUIS — Campus Compact, a national coalition of colleges and universities working to advance public goals for higher education, has named 173 student civic leaders who will make up the organization’s 2022-2023 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows. Marquis Govan, an undergraduate student studying social work and sociology at Saint Louis University, will join students […]

How you can help desperate cancer patien...

How to help cancer patients in Ukraine The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 179,000 newly diagnosed cancer patients are in Ukraine. The American Cancer Society’s Clinical Volunteer Corps works with its National Cancer Information Clearinghouse to respond to calls and questions from people in Eastern Europe. Volunteers are needed. Organizations such as the […]

Retired New Jersey Superior Court Judge ...

The Honorable James Savio retired from the New Jersey Superior Court yesterday after 13 years. Today, Judge Savio loudly and with a highly professional velvet touch, “Blew The Whistle” on the New Jersey court system. Savio served in Vicinage 1, Atlantic and Cape May counties. In total, Judge Savio has served the past 27 years […]

Tuition-free college movement gains mome...

College Promise programs, as tuition-free initiatives are commonly referred to, enjoy broad support across the political spectrum. Forty-seven states and DC have at least one such program at the college, city, or state level. There are 33 statewide programs that cover tuition at community colleges or universities and higher education, and experts say the number […]

Plastic Ban: NDMC in Delhi to impose a c...

NEW DELHI: The New Delhi City Council has a roadmap to phase out plastic carrier bags and single-use plastic items. This includes a ban on the sale, use, storage and distribution of single-use plastic items, including polystyrene (thermocol) items from July 1. From December 31, the sale and storage of plastic bags up to 120 […]

Jewish groups praise House committee for...

(March 3, 2022 / JNS) The U.S. House Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday introduced a bill that would authorize $500 million in annual funding for the nonprofit Security Grants Program (NSGP), which provides funds for strengthen the security of targeted non-profit institutions such as places of worship, day schools, museums and community centers. The Nonprofit […]

Robredo supporters: No free glow sticks,...

MANILA, Philippines — A group of supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo have debunked an allegation that glow sticks, a popular Kpop merchandise, were given away in exchange for attending campaign rallies. The KPopStans4Leni group refuted a post by a Facebook user who claimed that the volume of people in Robredo rallies is due to […]

NON-PROFIT REGISTER | Beaux Arts Ball t...

NATIONAL JEWISH HEALTH denver News: No visit to Paris is complete without a stop at the Moulin Rouge, but it didn’t take a passport and a plane ticket to sample the legendary nightclub when National Jewish Health held its signature fundraiser. “Celebrating the Moulin Rouge” was the theme for the 25th annual Beaux Arts Ball, […]

Economist and environmentalist to speak ...

SALISBURY — Author and activist Winona LaDuke will travel to Catawba on Tuesday to speak about indigenity, intersectionality and inspiration. LaDuke has worn many hats over the years. She is an economist, writer, activist and hemp grower. She graduated from Harvard and Antioch universities. She is best known for her activism with Native American populations […]

Flagship tool developed to diagnose infl...

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A first-of-its-kind tool could help doctors better diagnose inflammatory breast cancer (IBC). The new tool and the results of the analysis were recently published in Breast cancer research and treatment. The tool was developed through a collaborative effort between Susan G. Komen, the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the Milburn Foundation, which brought […]

Meet the 11 candidates (so far) for USF ...

The University of South Florida has released the names and resumes of 11 candidates to be the school’s next president, a group with ambitious ideas and diverse experience. They come from all over the world, some from higher education and some from the private sector. But none of them are likely to be a favorite […]

Americans are more likely to work for an...

MINNEAPOLIS, February 10, 2022 – Voya Financial today announced the results of a new consumer survey revealing that almost three quarters of employed people eligible for benefits (70%) agree that they are more likely to work for an employer who offers benefits voluntary paid by employees – including those like critical illness, hospital allowance, disability […]

Boris Johnson accused of ‘shameful rotat

Boris Johnson has been accused of ‘shamefully twisting’ key cancer care promises in a bid to distract from the record backlog of 6 million people on NHS waiting lists. The Prime Minister used a visit to a cancer center in Kent to unveil plans for what have been touted as two new standards of care […]

XL Construction’s Richard Walker named C

MILPITAS, Calif., January 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Richard Walker, a nearly 30-year veteran in the construction and real estate industries, has been promoted to Managing Director of fast-growing XL Construction Northern Californiageneral contracting company based in Montreal. He assumed the role as part of a planned leadership transition, along with the company’s co-founder and former […]

A vote for strong civic governance: TN i...

As political parties select their candidates for urban local bodies, experts point to the significant difference elected local bodies can make in urban governance. The January 27 deadline set by the Supreme Court due to expire in a few days, Tamil Nadu will soon see elections for local urban authorities (ULB). There are enough clues […]

Maine Dairy Industry Association welcome...

AUGUSTA – Theodore “Tade” Sullivan has joined the Maine Dairy Industry Association as executive director. MDIA is the trade association representing all Maine dairy cattle farms transporting milk off the farm for processing and/or sale. Sullivan was most recently Director of Development at Maine Maritime Academy and brings more than 20 years of fundraising, advocacy […]

TTUHSC El Paso Vice President Joins Pres...

TTUHSC — A Texas-based nonprofit charged with developing the state’s next generation of top leaders has selected a vice president from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso to join its ranks. Andrea Tawney, Ph.D., vice president of the Office of Institutional Advancement, has been selected for the Class of 2022 for the Texas […]

Feline fans wanted: 2 Alle-Kiski cat res...

Calling all cat lovers. Two local groups dedicated to helping homeless and wild felines need extra help. cat crusaders from Leechburg and Homeless Cat Management Team of Tarentum works to both feed, house and care for cats in need – with a primary focus on providing low cost, high volume neutering and neutering services. Both […]

Shinnecock Indian nation doubles down on...

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up to date with the latest coronavirus news across New York City The Shinnecock Nation of India is raising the stakes on its proposed casino, trying their best to gain approval to build a Las Vegas-style gaming facility outside of its Southampton territory. The tribal chiefs were […]

Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innova...

image: Rousselot and the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation form a partnership see Following Credit: Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation and Rousselot (LOS ANGELES) – The Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation (TIBI), a non-profit multidisciplinary bioengineering research institution, announces its partnership with Darling Ingredients health brand Rousselot®, the world leader in collagen base, with over […]

Hawks and State Farm volunteers deliver ...

item The Hawks and State Farm are stocking a new pantry during Tuesday’s “Stock the Pantry Party” event at Meals On Wheels Atlanta, in western Atlanta. (FOX 5 Atlanta) ATLANTA – Volunteers from the Atlanta Hawks and State Farm stocked a new pantry inside the newly renovated Atlanta Meals On Wheels facility, an early tribute […]

Diosdado Macapagal and Typhoon ‘Odette’

JUST before the holiday season 2021 was celebrated, Typhoon “Rai” entered the Philippines’ area of ​​responsibility on the night of December 14. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) named it “Odette” and as it approached the country it unexpectedly quickly escalated into a Category 5 super typhoon on its first landing at […]

“Meet ABGA, create the future” – Asia Bl

North West, Singapore, January 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Singapore is known as the City of the Lion. It is the financial center of Asia and brings together many companies and talents of technological innovation. ABGA invited Diamond and Platinum members, cooperative media and community partners, as well as special guests to attend the launch […]

Travis Credit Union Hosts First Financia...

VACAVILLE – Travis Credit Union has launched a series of forums on financial inclusion in the counties of Solano, Contra Costa and Yolo. The long-term goals of the forum are to connect with community leaders and partners whose goals align with the credit union’s goal of creating an inclusive, non-judgmental environment for underbanked people to […]

Credit Union of Colorado Provides Fraud ...

Protect your financial information by recognizing the five Ps of common fraud patterns Credit Union of Colorado says awareness is the best defense Scammers are always on the lookout for their next victim. “Scammers use a variety of tactics to steal private financial information and profit from vacations. Once they have access to credit card […]

All politicians are unpopular, so strip ...

As we begin what is sure to be another tumultuous year in politics, I would like to congratulate our leaders in Washington for uniting our turbulent country around a common proposition: We don’t like you. President Joe Biden is unpopular. Former President Donald Trump is unpopular. The leaders of Congress are unpopular. More generally, a […]

Meals on Wheels adapts to maintain deliv...

When Charlotte Apo, 84, hears a knock on her door on Wednesdays around lunchtime, she knows a familiar face is on the other side. “Meals on Wheels is here,” Barbara Wiggins exclaims, holding a brown bag full of pork loin and corn. “We have your favorite coconut rice. Hot and ready for you. The steel […]

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 […]

The Township of Woodlands wants YOU… to

THE WOODLANDS, TX – While billboards and banner ads are already appearing across the region for the March primary elections for county, district and state offices, Woodlands Township is holding elections closer to the calendar. Nominations for the February village association and committee elections are about to begin More than 100 positions will open in […]

India Refuses to Renew Foreign OK Fundin...

NEW DELHI, December 27 (Reuters) – The Indian government “refused” on Monday to renew a vital authorization for Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity to obtain foreign funds, cutting off a key source on which the association depended. to carry out its programs for the poor. Nobel Laureate, Mother Teresa, a Roman Catholic nun who died […]

Want to donate crypto to charity? Ask t...

Cryptocurrency investors end the year with breathtaking gains, and some may be wondering how to minimize their upcoming tax bill, but many are unaware of such an option that could also help make the world a better place. More than half (55%) of crypto investors said they were unsure whether they could donate crypto assets […]

America’s first gay bishop remembers Tut

CONCORD, NH (AP) – In 2008, when the Right Reverend Gene Robinson of New Hampshire was kicked out of a global Anglican rally because of his sexuality, Desmond Tutu, who died on Sunday, came to his defense. “Gene Robinson is a wonderful human being, and I’m proud to belong to the same church as him,” […]

Judge decides Penn State has the right t...

Beta Theta Pi House, 220 N. Burrowes St. Photo by Joe Whitman A Center County judge on Tuesday ruled that a nearly century-old deed provision gives Penn State the right to acquire ownership of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house where Timothy Piazza suffered abuse. fatal injuries at an alcohol-fueled bid acceptance party in 2017. […]