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Is the end in sight? Preparing colleges for another pandemic semester (access required)

While the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, for the first time since the spring of 2020, students are making their way back into the classroom at full capacity. To date, many colleges and universities have faced significant economic challenges and have relied heavily on governmental pandemic relief funding to keep them afloat. The regulations surrounding the usage of those relief dollars are ...

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L3Harris awarded Marines radio order (access required)

The U.S. Marine Corps has awarded L3Harris Technologies Inc. a full-rate production delivery order for its AN/PRC-165 Handheld-Video Data Link tactical radios that will enhance warfighters’ situational awareness and battlefield connectivity. The radios will be built in Rochester. The L3Harris ...

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Baden Street Settlement, Boys & Girls Club to receive federal funding (access required)

The Boys & Girls Club of Rochester could receive nearly $100,000 as a result of the recently passed appropriations bill in the U.S. House of Representatives. “For 50 years, the Boys & Girls Club has been a beacon in the ...

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Eastman School, Garth Fagan Dance to collaborate on anniversary celebration (access required)

The Eastman School of Music and Garth Fagan Dance will mark their 100th and 50th anniversaries, respectively, as a collaborative celebration at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre on Oct. 1. Garth Fagan Dance, together with the Eastman Percussion Ensemble, directed ...

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How education will thrive and survive after COVID-19 (access required)

This past year presented some of the greatest educational challenges endured by students, teachers, and parents across the globe. Many families struggled to navigate remote learning technology. Then there were the psychological, emotional, and physical challenges associated with schooling from home.   However, ...

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Curing investors’ fixation on past performance (access required)

The most often repeated warning to investors is perhaps the most ignored: “Past performance is no guarantee of future results.” As a group, however, investors continue to act as if it did. Jason Zweig, the investment columnist for The Wall Street Journal, recently wrote about ...

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ESL Federal Credit Union to offer homebuyer grants for Black, Latino residents (access required)

ESL Federal Credit Union will awards grants for Black and Latino first-time homebuyers, the organization said on Friday. The grant is a 10-to-1 dollar-for-dollar match, up to $10,500 toward down payment and closing costs. Homeownership rates among Black and Latino ...

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Annual Innovation Summit to include Fuzehub Commercialization Competition (access required)

The New York State Innovation Summit will return this fall, featuring FuzeHub’s annual Commercialization Competition. The annual showcase and celebration of technology will take place Nov. 8 and 9 at the Turning Stone Resort in Verona, Oneida County. The summit ...

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Qunnect technology reimagines cybersecurity protection (access required)

Qunnect is one of the startups with optics, imaging and photonics-enabled technologies that’s working with NextCorps’ Luminate NY accelerator as part of its fourth cohort. Qunnect received an initial investment of $50,000 as a non-competing regional participant, which allows them ...

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Collaborative helps keep children on track (access required)

Children’s Institute, Causewave Community Partners and a collaborative of child-serving organizations this week announced a new community campaign to ensure families are aware of the benefits and availability of free developmental checks for young children. Organizers noted that just 20 ...

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Mercy Flight Central receives $1 million donation, buys four new helicopters (access required)

Mercy Flight Central has received a $1 million donation from the Sands Family Foundation as the lead gift for its $5 million Mercy Flight Central Campaign for the Community. The campaign will help support the agency’s new fleet of four ...

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