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Should smoking in public places be banned?
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"Never doubt that a small group of committed individuals can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."
Government programs such as food stamps and unemployment insurance have made significant progress in easing the plight of the poor in the half-century since the launch of the war on poverty, according to a major new study.
Noah Tepperman says customer service in a family-owned business matters to Southwestern Ontario consumers.
Ellie Stone is a modern girl living in an old-fashioned world. A reporter for the small-town New York New Holland Republic newspaper, she is looked down upon by her father and by a number of the townspeople .
Very salutary readings for a rainy Sunday morning at the SACS-COC conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
That's one of several reasons that, like religion, few are openly against it. But, like religion, more people probably profess a belief in it than actually practice it.
Adam and Jen are joined by Audrey and Jeff at a healthy-cooking class, and when Jen insults Audrey's culinary skills a competition is stoked.
Though the rich selection of parks and other outdoor public spaces in many cities cannot be denied, sometimes you just want somewhere to bask in the sun alone.
Contrary to popular belief, "Fiddler on the Roof" hasn't always been with us. Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick 's ubiquitous musical about Tevye the milkman celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2014 - it just seems older.
Each day, Dartblog and its team of alumni and students bring you news and commentary from Hanover and the world at large.
Columbia University has for years used 854-1754 as its main telephone number, and it is the line that shows up when student volunteers call alumni to seek donations during the dinner hour.
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have transformed human stem cells into functional lung cells, paving the way for ultimately creating bioengineered lungs using the patient's own cells.
What does it take to write, create or star in a Broadway musical? Especially one that is broadcast live on network TV? Hard work, talent, luck - all backed up by a good education.
For discoveries about how the brain calculates and remembers where it is-which could be part of the foundation of memory-Columbia University will award the 2013 Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize to Edvard I. Moser, PhD, and May-Britt Moser, PhD, of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Norway, and John Michael O'Keefe, PhD, of University ... (more)
Hematologist and Oncologist Swati Sehgal has joined White Plains Hospital Physician Associates Oncology & Hematology, a division of the hospital aligning physicians with Hospital services.