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The Graduate Center, The City University of New York Established in 1961, the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) is devoted primarily to doctoral studies and awards most of CUNY's doctoral degrees. An internationally recognized center for advanced studies and a national model for public doctoral education, the Graduate Center offers more than thirty doctoral programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and the natural sciences, as well as a number of master's programs. Many of its faculty members are among the world's leading scholars in their respective fields. The school currently enrolls over... [Read More]
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Shoppers are expected to spend a record $9.4 billion on purchases made on their phones and computers Monday. [Read More]
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"The Detroit school board's job should be prioritizing the aspects of academics and fiscal management that previous state leaders failed to address." [Read More]
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The pledge of allegiance is important. Here's why:... [Read More]
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"Aviation is as safe as it is today because of scrupulous attention to creating and enforcing safety standards." [Read More]
A nonprofit that sponsored an ad blitz promoting the preferred candidates of Michigan's largest electric and gas utility spent $12.9 million in 2018... [Read More]
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Officials to 'target businesses and sectors that are facing difficulties', with GDP forecast to contract this year and government coffers on course for first budget deficit in 15 years. [Read More]
Benson Lin had a career-high 19 points as Bryant defeated Navy 60-45 on Monday night. Adam Grant had 12 points for Bryant (5-4). Hall Elisias recorded eight rebounds and eight blocks. John Carter Jr. had 12 points and... [Read More]
Jr. Clay scored 15 points with eight rebounds and six assists and Tennessee Tech beat NAIA-member Reinhardt 86-47 on Monday night. Cade Crosland had 17 points for Tennessee Tech (3-6) and Larry Kuimi added 12 points. Darius Allen,... [Read More]
Temple Police are diverting traffic at SE H K Dodgen Loop and Little River Road due to police activity. [Read More]
US trade officials proposed a wave of tariffs on French goods Monday as they released a report finding that a new French tax on digital services — affecting large American tech companies such as Facebook and Google — represents a barrier to trade. [Read More]
A heater sparked a house fire in Whitney Monday afternoon. [Read More]
Map of Texas collected 400 coats for kids last week. Last Monday, we first told you about the organization's efforts to collect the coats. [Read More]
The businesses in Lamar Park invite the public to join as they light up their holiday decorations just in time for the holidays. [Read More]
City officials invite the public to take part in the planning developments in the Southside and London area. [Read More]
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The Calaveras High School boys' cross country team can finally, at long last, stop running after their goals. [Read More]
A local planning advocacy group has announced its intentions to sue the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors over its recently adopted General Plan update, a long-term blueprint that's supposed to... [Read More]
A suspension on burn permits in Calaveras County will be lifted on Dec. 3 at 8 a.m., the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) Tuolumne-Calaveras Unit (TCU) [Read More]
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In 1984, David Bocks went to work and disappeared. Thirty-five years later, the journalists behind the hit podcast 'Accused' reinvestigate the case. [Read More]