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African-American bookstore finds a niche

When Mood Makers Books opened in 1994 at the Village Gate, it was one of 300 to 400 African-American bookstores nationally that belonged to the American Booksellers Association. “Now, if you can find a good 100 African American bookstores, I’d ...

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My Collage & School Paper

My collage is extremely incredible having red shading three story building. I jump at the chance to go collage on regular schedule in the correct uniform. My class instructor is exceptionally kind and shows us to take after school train. ...

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MCC named a White House Healthy Campus

Monroe Community College is one of 350 colleges and universities across the country to be named a White House Healthy Campus for its efforts to enroll more students in health insurance plans established by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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Essay On News Paper

Presently a-days the daily paper has been a need of the life. It is accessible in the market in all dialects.

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Essay on Education Study

Education assumes an awesome part in everybody's life by building identity, enhancing information and expertise and giving sentiment prosperity of a man.

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Local video takes top spot in competition

A student-made video on cybersecurity beat out 47 other videos in a contest involving Pathways in Technology Early College High School, a six-year program that provides students with an associate degree upon completion.

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Paper on Educator’s Day

Educator's day in India is praised each year on fifth of September to respect the commitments of the instructors in our review, society and nation.

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RIT faculty to meet in Russia on partnership

Faculty from the Rochester Institute of Technology are to meet this month with Lomonosov Moscow State University faculty to discuss a global partnership.

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Their own recipe

They took lemons and decided to make lemonade, or rather lemon meringue pie. The Rochester School of the Holy Childhood Inc. has turned a potential hardship for its disabled workers into an entrepreneurial opportunity by building a $2.6 million Special ...

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Traditional performance reviews increasingly seen as unhelpful

“It is time for us to do performance appraisals for our teams, and I have to say I can’t think of a bigger waste of time.  The forms the company wants us to use don’t align well with people’s current ...

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Tribute to honor longtime Eastman faculty member

Longtime Eastman School of Music faculty member Frederick Sturm is slated to be honored in a tribute concert organized by two local high school band directors.

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