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Philadelphia election worker shortage ca...

💌 Do you like Philly? Sign up for Billy Penn’s free newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia, every day. Primary voters head to polls across Philadelphia today to weigh in on their parties’ nominees for political office and some voting questions. General assessment: The weather is beautiful, the queues are short […]

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion | Schoo...

Mission of the DEI Committee The School of Public Health (SPH) views diversity as central to its educational mission. We recognize that diversity is extremely complex and multifaceted. We encourage sharing unique perspectives, critically reflecting on others’ experiences, and asking for clarity when needed. It is believed that the convergence of different ideas, experiences and […]

The Russian working class should oppose ...

natural feelings In this war situation, the hatred of Ukrainians towards Russians seems quite natural, justified and inevitable. But what worries me most is why so few Russians seem to hate the Russian imperial regime and its disgusting imperial history, as well as the current Russian ruling class and its henchmen, who wave Russian flags […]

Crean College’s hands-on learning helps

At Chapman University Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences, health care isn’t just something you learn in the classroom. The college provides practical, university-level training for healthcare professionals in a variety of disciplines. And it turns out that these programs aren’t just good for the students, they’re also good for the community. “Crean is […]

Venezuelan Journalists Urged to Join Fac...

Venezuelan journalists are encouraged to learn how to use the latest tools to verify content and demystify misinformation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, UNESCO and Medianálisis are offering a webinar on the topic for journalists from the South American country on May 17, 2022. Registration is open for […]

French student in critical condition aft...

Archive image of the Regional Hospital of Malaga. / SALAS OF SALVADOR The alarm was raised in the early hours of Sunday morning when a young Dutchman called the emergency services for help for his friend A 17-year-old is in critical condition in a Malaga hospital after falling from a third-floor window of a building […]

BUSINESS MONDAY: Dave’s Driving School

PITTSFIELD — Dave Coco’s passion for teaching spans nearly five decades. In the early 1970s, he was employed by Pittsfield Public Schools as a math teacher with a side gig running the district’s driver training program. When Proposition 2½ arrived – imposing tax caps and cutting public programs across the Commonwealth – he was fired. […]

Open University launches new Ukrainian l...

The open university (OU) is set to launch the course later this summer, which it developed with leading academics. The new online course is part of a wider package of measures supported by the OU, including free online resources for Ukrainians such as English lessons and mental health support through the OpenLearn platform. The move […]

‘The Chinese Lady’ review: A captivating

The woman known as Afong Moy, the title character of playwright Lloyd Suh’s ‘The Chinese Lady’, was the first Chinese woman to set foot in North America. Or at least, that’s how it was announced. Afong Moy was the name given to a teenage girl brought from Guangzhou to New York in 1834 by American […]

The problem with “Lone Wolf” shooters

Wolves are not a particularly special species. They are not as threatening or as powerful as cougars. They are not as large as many other predators, nor as strong, nor terribly wise, nor do they have sophisticated tools or genetic dispositions that make them individually dangerous in the animal kingdom. Their ability to capture prey […]

Mississippi Poet Laureate Catherine Pier...

STARKVILLE, Ms. — Catherine Pierce tries to start each lesson with a question. Something like, but not specifically, “Would you rather be a spy shepherd – a shepherd who’s also a spy, not to be confused with shepherd’s pie – or a super agent who’s a dog but really bad at math? “ This particular […]

After the failure of the 2nd referendum,...

RICHMOND — Members of the Chariho School Board have warned the public ahead of the second school budget referendum of the year that if they cannot receive support for a 0.94 per cent raise, it will lead to staff cuts over the coming year. In Tuesday night’s decision to accept a tier-funded budget after the […]

Students Create School Rules Video in Ea...

Wakayama University students film the sight of students serving meals at the elementary school attached to Wakayama University in Wakayama City on December 13, 2021, for the production of a video. (Mainichi/Aya Kimura) WAKAYAMA — A group of Japanese and foreign students from Wakayama University have created […]

NPR veterans deliver a tour de force of ...

Refugees fleeing Ukraine arrive at the border station in Zahony, Hungary. Getty Images It’s been almost three months now Russia invaded Ukraine, and much of the latest news coverage has been hopelessly predictable. It’s as if every day, foreign correspondents still share news another Russian atrocity. Or, outnumbered Ukrainian defenders still hanging on. From a […]

Education and English teacher receives N...

Dr. Chris Nonhof, Assistant Professor of Education and English at Northwestern College, has been named the 2022 recipient of the Northwestern Teaching Excellence Award. He was honored at the college’s commencement ceremony on May 14. The award is administered by a selection committee made up of members of the Student Government Association and honors program […]

Won’t allow anyone to harm uncompromisin

The Karachi incident was the latest targeted attack against Chinese citizens in Pakistan. The Karachi incident was the latest targeted attack against Chinese citizens in Pakistan. Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Saturday vowed not to allow anyone to harm the rock-solid friendship between Pakistan and China and vowed to thoroughly investigate and bring to […]

Parents of missing French teenager arriv...

The parents of a French student who disappeared during an early morning visit to Piha just before the first Covid-19 outbreak have come to New Zealand to look for their son. There has been no trace of Eloi Rolland since the morning of March 7, 2020, when the 18-year-old got up before dawn and took […]

An emerging development partnership? –

Advertisement Uzbekistan has expanded its economic cooperation with China with the aim of connecting to global transport and trade routes. In a recent meeting at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Beijing, Uzbekistan presented its “New Uzbekistan Development Strategy for 2022-2026”. The strategy, presented in the Chinese language, envisions Uzbekistan deepening its economic relations with […]

Mississippi poet laureate wants to share...

Starkville, Miss. (AP) — Catherine Pierce tries to start each of her classes with a question. Something like, but not specifically, “Would you rather be a spy shepherd – a shepherd who’s also a spy, not to be confused with shepherd’s pie – or a super agent who’s a dog but really bad at math? […]

Healthcare workers will protest understa...

San Francisco, May 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Healthcare workers and their allies will gather at the Chinese Hospital Monday, May 16 at 2:30 p.m. to protest the employer’s understaffing and attacks on caregiver benefits, which jeopardize patient care and the ability to retain experienced staff in the facility. The China Hospital’s pivotal role in […]

2022 Michaela Romano Scholarship Winners...

2022 Michaela Romano Scholarship Winners Announced by WIU-Quad Cities College Faculty of Arts and Sciences May 13, 2022 MOLINE, IL — Fourteen years ago, members of the faculty of arts and sciences at Western Illinois University – Quad Cities began awarding the annual Michaela Romano Scholarship, and the streak remains unbroken. While the prize has […]

Teachers react to Georgia law limiting t...

In Georgia, black educators are discouraged. They are insulted. Above all, they are crazy. A new law, signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, prohibits teachers from teaching students about race and racism. According to the text of HB 1084, this includes any discussions that “the United States of America is fundamentally racist”, “any other form […]

“Brigades” to help schools with language

Pupils in primary and secondary education will receive additional support to improve basic skills in language, arithmetic/mathematics, civics and digital literacy over the coming year. About 500 schools will receive extra funds for this and a “squad of experts” is ready for educational institutions that cannot organize it, the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, […]

Muncie Native Receives Prestigious Natio...

By Willow Howard— MUNCIE, Ind.—Muncie Central High School alumnus and 2021 Delaware County Fair Queen 1st Finalist Taegan Carpenter was recently awarded the highly competitive Boren Scholarship. The Boren Scholarship is an initiative of the Office of Defense Language and National Security Education of the United States Department of Defense. This year, it has been […]

The Hispanic Colleges of Mass. support ...

Read in Spanish. When Jennifer Reyes emigrated from the Dominican Republic in 2016, she wanted to build a better future for herself. Upon entering the United States, she listed some of her goals: to continue her education, find a better job, and earn more money. But at the time, she didn’t speak English. “One of […]

College of Health and Human Services gra...

Celebrating the Class of 2022In the coming days, FresnoStateNews.com will highlight the stories of inspiring students who will be graduating this spring. The opening ceremonies of the eight colleges and schools of the University as well as several celebrations of affinity will take place on May 20 and 21. commencement.fresnostate.edu for more details. Arthur Khachatrian […]

AAPI Heritage Month Stories: Blake Ran L...

When Blake Reynolds introduces herself, she always makes sure to also include her Chinese name: Ran Li (冉力). The name also hangs around his neck, written in Chinese characters. It’s a reminder to her and everyone she meets that she’s proud of her heritage, she said. “Because I’m multicultural, I have two different sides to […]

TESOL vs TEFL: How to choose the right p...

If you’re preparing for a career in English language teaching, degree types like TESOL (teaching English to speakers of other languages) versus TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) can be confusing. . In fact, they are often used interchangeably, in part due to similar subject matter and terminology. But they are not the same, […]

Here’s what experts say you should do wi

My favorite photo of my dad from his 1957 bar mitzvah shows him, in a tuxedo but clearly prepubescent, proudly holding a sign that reads, “Today I am a man.” The bar or bat mitzvah as an overnight transition to adulthood – while significant – is an idea that has long amused true adults, parents […]

India’s youngest learners, 75% are under

Language learning in India is driven by people between the ages of 18 and 29, with fewer teenagers studying new languages ​​and the total number falling after the age of 30, the Duolingo report reveals. This pattern is different from the United States (US), where learners aged 13 to 17 constitute 22% of all learners […]

After an apology for the Denver riot of ...

Mayor Michael Hancock apologized for his actions during and after a riot against Chinese immigrants in 1880. DENVER — Surrounded by symbolism and culture in her store, Truong An Gifts, Mimi Luong represents potential. Her parents, who lived in Vietnam but were of Chinese descent, fled the war in 1975 and came to Colorado with […]

Green government would support the Unive...

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Party releases plan for Northern Ontario Mike Schreiner, leader of the Green Party of Ontario, unveiled his plan for Northern Ontario on Tuesday. File photo by Mike Hensen/Postmedia Network Content of the article The Green Party of Ontario says it would make the University of Sudbury a French-language school. Advertisement […]

Riz Ahmed and Jessie Buckley to Star in ...

EXCLUSIVE: Jessie Buckley, Oscar nominee (The lost girl) and Oscar winner Riz Ahmed (The long goodbye) joined Christos Nikou (Apples) expected debut feature in English Nailswe can reveal. FilmNation kicks off sales on the hot package at the Cannes market next week and co-represents US rights with CAA Media Finance and WME Independent. Nikou’s hailed […]

Eckerd College Spring-Summer Global Lear...

“There are many ways to learn,” she adds. “Visit Hawaii, go [Native American] reservation, even parts of your own community. It’s good because when these students come back and talk about where they’ve been, they can bring more depth to classroom conversations. They won’t just share selfies. A rising tide lifts all boats, doesn’t it? […]

$27M Ida Relief Fund for New York Immigr...

Cash assistance has been distributed to 288 households so far, for a total of $1,601,210: 345 applications have been finalized and 201 are still being processed. Stakeholders say the fund is unlikely to open up to applicants again. Michael Appleton/Mayor’s Photographic Office Ida afterwards in Queens. More than seven months after Hurricane Ida flooded the […]

The Greenwood native was the only Afghan...

Indiana Army National Guard 1st Sgt. Joseph Stringer, right, provides patient care in a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter in 2020. Photo submitted Indiana Army National Guard 1st Sgt. Joseph Stringer recalls the first plane that landed at Indianapolis International Airport last year filled with Afghans fleeing their country as the Taliban returned to power. As […]

Action, not words – J&K judokas shine at

Bashir Ahmed Dar from Jammu and Kashmir has not dreamed that there will come a day when the future of his daughter, Rakshinda Mehak, will be anything but bleak after she and her brother were born with complete disorders of hearing and speech. Yet the years roll on and 25-year-old Rakshinda was a key participant […]

Mandarin Immersion Program

CHARLOTTE, NC – A family embraces the traditions of China and the United States with the help of a language immersion school in Charlotte. What do you want to know May is Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month East Voyager Academy of Charlotte is a Mandarin immersion program The Zhao brothers attend school because the language can […]

As NCAA prepares to crack down on booste...

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — News from the Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12 spring meetings last week was the NCAA’s impending attempt to crack down on school boosters using NIL payments to sign rookies. New, clearer NIL guidelines drafted by a subcommittee including Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith and Big East commissioner Val Ackerman should […]

Learn the world’s most popular coding la

Python is the preferred coding language for programmers. Photo: Cult of Mac Deals Learning to code is extremely useful – and surprisingly fun once you get the hang of it. And one of the most popular languages ​​in the world is Python. This coding language is manageable for beginners and has a wide range of […]

The program teaches music, dance and art...

BROCKTON — A group of children from kindergarten to Mary E. Baker Elementary School sitting on a large navy rug, eagerly waiting for Catherine Piazza to hand them a brightly colored egg-shaped cocktail shaker. As she waded through the young students’ pond, Piazza reached into a bag and pulled out the small musical instruments, passing […]

EighthDay Theater Performs Original Engl...

The EighthDay Theater Club performed its original show, “The Butterfly Lovers,” about navigating love and societal expectations Friday and Saturday at the Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts. The EighthDay Theater Club, the only Chinese theater club in the Northwest, presented an original play called “The Butterfly Lovers” this weekend. The show, the […]

UCSD research claims mass education was ...

A recent study from UC San Diego suggests that publicly funded schools were originally founded to indoctrinate and suppress disobedience, with the goal of preventing mass violence. In the research paper entitled “Education or indoctrination? The Violent Origins of Public School Systems in the Age of State Building,” Agustina S. Paglayan, UCSD Assistant Professor in […]

How ‘Beijing Seine’ is becoming a romant

Liangma River Photo: VCG Riding the flat-bottomed river barges that meander through the Liangma River, which is lined with willow trees and reflects the blue sky, many Beijing residents, who have been prevented from traveling due to COVID epidemic prevention measures -19, had the illusion that they were gently gliding along the Seine in Paris. […]

The university’s English language requir

“At the University of Cambridge, a minimum band score of 7.0 for IELTS (out of 9.0) or a total of 100 for TOEFL (out of 120) is required for successful entry”Lucas Madeleine In early 2021, a prospective student – ​​let’s call him James – received an offer to undertake a PhD at the University of […]

China has long tried to erase Tibetan la...

NNA | Update: 08 May 2022 18:45 STI Lhasa [Tibet]May 08 (ANI): The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been trying for decades to suppress and eventually eradicate the Tibetan language using means such as forcing children to study in colonial-style boarding schools and arresting teachers, so even that the inhabitants resist the attempted subversion, according […]

‘Meaningful change’ is coming to ESL pro

One of Greater Toronto’s largest school boards says it has made “significant changes” to end discriminatory practices in its English as a second language curriculum. The Peel District School Board (PDSB) says it is following through on Department of Education guidance to end systemic racism, increase communication with families about the ESL process, and provide […]

tamilisai: nothing wrong with learning o...

Coimbatore: The Governor of Telangana, Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan, said on Saturday that while it was essential for everyone to learn their mother tongue, there was nothing wrong with mastering other languages ​​by agreeing to the national education policy after having excelled in the first language. Addressing a rally at Rotary Utsav 2022 at the PSG […]

On a mission to reduce high levels of se...

“Most of the GBV survivors we see at the clinic are young adults,” says Primrose, youth coordinator for the Family Health Association (FHA) in East New Britain province. She just left the stage after giving a presentation to senior students at Kokopo High School as part of FHA’s school outreach program, in which she told […]

Pottery students exhibit their work at t...

By SCOTT MCKIE BP One-feather staff The art of Cherokee pottery is alive and well and moving in the 21st century with renewed vigour. Students in a class called Traditional Pottery for Beginners, tau A pot by Lori Reed was one of the pieces featured in a pottery exhibit held at the Cherokee Indian Museum […]

The Joy and Pain of Language Revitalizat...

​ Disclaimer: This story contains details that may cause distress or trauma to some readers. Astrid Wilson exudes passion, heartache and fierce determination as she speaks of her ambition to become fluent in Haíɫzaqvḷa and to revive the ancestral language of her community of Bella Bella on British Columbia’s remote central coast. “It’s beautiful, but […]

English, the language of opportunity

“Look at her, prisoner of the gutters, Condemned by every syllable she utters. According to the law, she should be taken out and hanged, For the cold-blooded murder of the English language. This sentiment, expressed by that passionate defender of the English language, Bernard Shaw, resonates in the slums of India, where parents have realized […]

Georgia Southern Program Asks for Voice ...

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) — You’ve heard of blood drives, food drives and even hair drives. But did you know that you can give your voice to those who have lost theirs? The Georgia Southern University RiteCare Center for Communication Sciences and Disorders is in the midst of the center’s second annual voice command, collecting voice […]

Peter Ma: Shy Chinese insurance tycoon b...

In the who’s who of Chinese tycoons, the “three horses” top the list. Alibaba founder Jack Ma, Tencent boss Pony Ma and Ping An chairman Peter Ma – whose surnames mean “horse” in Mandarin – have built some of the biggest companies in the world and claim to have fortunes of tens of billions. But […]

Star Graduate – Nevada Learning Academy

May 05 Star Graduate – Nevada Learning Academy Miyan Adkins has attended the Nevada Learning Academy at CCSD (NVLA) since sixth grade. Miyan was an early member of the middle school student council and is currently the student body president of the high school council. In this role, she developed the student council website and […]

Husker’s college journey guided by mento

Mentorship, both given and received, has been a hallmark of Kristlin Mogensen Bright’s college experience. Bright will receive his master’s degree in counseling psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln commencement ceremonies on May 13. She will soon begin her career as a licensed psychotherapist in private practice. While pursuing her master’s degree, she served as […]

Vanguard University Celebrates Class of ...

The Mariners Church in Irvine was a scene of celebration Thursday morning as 581 Vanguard University undergraduates marched to the start, officially becoming the class of 2022 and another generation of scholars in the long history of the Costa Mesa campus. In his welcome address, Vanguard President Michael Beals expressed his belief that graduates would […]

Penn State Smeal’s Spring 2022 Student M

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania — When senior Maria Howe found out she had been chosen as Penn State Smeal College of Business’ Spring Student Marshal 2022, it was the affirmation that all her hard work over the past four years had borne fruit. Of her impressive list of accomplishments, she says, this recognition is the one […]

Public notice of the June 19 school elec...

May 5, 2022 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the voters of the Western Quebec School Board by the returning officer that: The following positions are open for applications: Commissioner – Ward #1 (G. Théberge, Noranda, Val d’Or) Commissioner – Ward #10 (Lord Aylmer, WQCC) Nominations for these positions must be filed at the office […]

Changes have arrived for the school boar...

SENECA — The Seneca School Board meeting on Monday night began with a major statement from longtime board chairman Mark Johnson. As the board prepared to reorganize the body after the recent election, Johnson opened the meeting with his announcement. “I love this school,” Johnson said. “And I want to make the best decision for […]

Students and teachers celebrate the retu...

After more than five terms of online instruction, language classes transitioned to in-person instruction at the start of the spring term, becoming the latest group of classes to move away from online learning. As most classes have oscillated between remote and in-person learning for most of the 2021-2022 academic year, language classes have been conducted […]

US Senate set to launch formal talks on ...

Chinese and American flags flutter near the Bund, before the U.S. business delegation meets its Chinese counterparts for talks in Shanghai, China July 30, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, May 4 (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate decided on Wednesday to begin formal legislative talks on a […]

NJ State School Board Members Advocate f...

A majority of state school board members and acting education commissioner Angelica Allen-McMillan on Wednesday defended a nearly two-year-old decision to include controversial topics, such as gender identity and abortion, in the new standards of sex education of the State. Discussion of the 2020 review of state learning standards for comprehensive health and physical education […]

Patricia Lillian Reading 1943-2022 • Pas

The Reading family and friends have lost a loving and extremely talented speech therapist who had a big heart and an infectious laugh. She also had a passion for bringing people together, either to help someone solve a problem or to bring friends and family together for lively conversations, great food and, of course, the […]

DeepMind’s Flamingo Visual Language Mode

It is believed that learning-in-a-shot capabilities, which allow machine learning models to be adapted to new tasks with just a few instructions, will be a key aspect of next-generation artificial intelligence systems. While hit-and-miss learning has become a popular line of research in recent years, it remains particularly challenging in multimodal tasks such as those […]

Deaf Awareness Week: Benefits of teachin...

As part of Deaf Awareness Week 2022, we are looking at inclusion in education for deaf children and whether British Sign Language should be taught in schools. British Sign Language is not part of the national curriculum, but with over 50,000 deaf children in the UK, many argue it should be ( Image: Birmingham Post […]

China’s PLA seeks fresh graduates as Hin

The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is looking to recruit fresh graduates from different Chinese universities as Hindi interpreters, possibly as part of its intelligence gathering efforts and line interception work. real control (LAC) of the Tibet Autonomous Region, according to the latest information entries have suggested. According to the contributions, the Tibet Military District under […]

“Giữ Gìn Sự Trong Sáng Của Tiếng Việt”:

I would like to acknowledge the support and inspiration of Vietnamese professor/guest lecturer Trần Diễm Trang from the Department of East Asian Studies, without whose tireless work this article would not have been possible. From 1558 until the Japanese occupation in 1940, the city of Tint was the seat of power of Imperial Vietnam. Vietnam […]

Decision to split classes at Steamboat H...

Steamboat Springs High School in Steamboat Springs.John F. Russell / Steamboat Pilot and Today Steamboat Springs High School will not offer bound classes this fall, ending a program that received national acclaim as recently as 2019 and has been an integral part of the school’s curriculum for more than 20 years. Principal Rick Elertson said […]

Write more easily in your second languag...

Writing successfully in your second language can be difficult, but you won’t have to worry about it anymore, especially for work or business. Fatih Sen, an aspiring innovator and entrepreneur with a background in computer-related fields, solve this pain with MagicNotea startup he created recently. MagicNote is an AI-powered online writing aid that promises to […]

The CAQ softens the tone of an amendment...

By Raquel Fletcher Even the most astute political observer could be forgiven if he missed a last-minute amendment this week to Bill 96, the government’s reform of the Charter of the French Language. It was tabled last Tuesday evening, after weeks of controversy stemming from a Liberal Party amendment that would have required English-speaking CEGEP […]

Biden’s speechwriter shares undelivered

President John F. Kennedy in 1962 prepared a speech that would have announced a punitive bombing of Cuba, which could have led to nuclear war. General Dwight D. Eisenhower wrote an apology speech in case the 1944 D-Day operation failed. Driving the news: Jeff Nussbaum, a veteran Democratic speechwriter who left the White House last […]

Ukrainian students arriving in Californi...

Credit: Mike Maguire/Flickr A rally for peace in Ukraine takes place in front of the White House in Washington on February 27. Credit: Mike Maguire/Flickr A rally for peace in Ukraine takes place in front of the White House in Washington on February 27. As Ukrainian families begin to arrive in California, they will find […]

Dance studio-turned-school in Warrenton ...

May 2 – WARRENTON – As the echoes of students practicing Spanish play out of one classroom, the click of others refining their tap dancing comes out of another. Integrating dance and academics has been Denele Sweet’s vision since turning her dance studio into a performing arts school during the coronavirus pandemic. Encore Academy, which […]

Agricultural business professor Annette ...

Dr. Annette Levi, professor of agricultural business, was selected for the Fresno State’s Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching 2022announced Dr. Xuanning Fu, Acting Fresno State Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. The Provost’s Awards also honored the following faculty: Dr. Steve Blumenshine, Professor of Biology – Research, Scholarship and Creative Achievement Awards Dr. […]

Murder of Chinese food delivery man in Q...

He may have been killed in a beef stew that started on duck gravy. A longtime colleague of the Chinese food delivery boy who was shot and killed in Forest Hills on Saturday told the Post that the disgruntled customer wanted to be questioned by cops in the murder initially harassed the joint over how […]

DuBard School celebrates 60 years with A...

Mon. 02/05/2022 – 09:46 | By: Brittney Dykes The DuBard School for Language Disorders at the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) will host an open house on Thursday, May 19 from 5-7 p.m. in honor of the 60and anniversary. Alumni and their parents, community supporters and members of the general public are welcome. “We look […]

Yokohama Helps Ukrainian Children Learn ...

Myroslava Muliavka, a 6-year-old girl evacuated from Ukraine to Japan, center, is seen during a class at Himawari, a facility for children of foreign origin to learn Japanese, in this photo taken in the Naka neighborhood from Yokohama on April 21, 2022. (Mainichi/Mami Miyajima) YOKOHAMA — The […]

China wants to reduce smoking, but its b...

VSHina National Tobacco Corporation, a Chinese state-owned tobacco company, also known as “China Tobacco”, attracted attention last year after a senior disciplinary inspector was sacked by the powerful Commission the Communist Party’s discipline control center for using “shadow societies” and “revolving doors”. ‘ to seek illegal profits. A few weeks later, in 2022, Sichuanese vaping […]

With the start of the AP exams, students...

With the start of the AP exams, students and teachers at Hoboken Dual Language Charter College share their excitement about taking their first AP exams Hoboken Dual Language Charter School is the first middle school in New Jersey to receive College Board accreditation for its college Spanish program HOBOKEN, NJ – APRIL 29, 2022 – […]

Kotzebue Tribal School’s immersion progr

Aniivuk Lie runs up and hugs his Piñagin teacher Nina Nanouk as he prepares to go out during school at Nikaitchuat Ilisagviat, an Iñupiaq immersion school in Kotzebue, Monday, April 11, 2022. (Emily Mesner/DNA) KOTZEBUE — Qutan Lambert loved coming to the Nikaitchuat Iḷisaġviat tribal school as a child, especially when it was circle time. […]

FHSU Alumni Association Announces Nomine...

HAYS – The nominees for the top three launch awards have been announced by the Fort Hays State University Alumni Association. Twenty-one senior graduates were nominated for the 2022 Torch Award, the highest student honor, and 28 faculty members were nominated by members of the Class of 2022 for the Pilot Award for Outstanding Faculty […]

How D&D’s Barding Went From Too Weak To

As the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game evolved between editions, so did the Bard class, going from underwhelming to very powerful. In a Dungeons & DragonsA fantasy-style world full of monsters and magic, the Bard has surprisingly risen from a weak character class to one widely considered to be overpowered. In the third edition of […]

Feeling isolated, these immigrant senior...

Feeling isolated during the pandemic, a group of Chinese seniors in Toronto decided to come together to overcome loneliness and explore the city they now call home. Through the non-profit organization Aging In Cloud, seniors began meeting virtually last May, practicing practical skills like gardening and cooking. They also learned how to access resources such […]

FAA Issued Tail Rotor Advisory Same Day ...

ELBA — A federal warning about tail rotor issues with Bell 429 helicopters was issued the same day as Tuesday’s fatal Mercy Flight crash off Norton Road. The Federal Aviation Administration issued an updated Airworthiness Directive requiring inspection of the tail rotor pitch linkage assemblies and replacement of some of the related bearings. Its wording […]