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City hearing more about student parties

It's August, so Duke University is back in session. And with that comes another round of complaints from close-to-campus neighborhoods about loud, late-night student partying.


Related Topix: Chapel Hill, NC, Raleigh, NC, Pat McCrory, US Governors

Fri Aug 22, 2014


Cognitive-Behavioral Coping Skills Training Has Positive Effects on Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis , a complex autoimmune disease that affects 1 to 2 percent of adults, requires patients to not only cope with pain, disability and joint disfigurements, but also other stressors such as disrupted work, family life and marital functioning.


Related Topix: Medicine, Arthritis, Health, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Wayne State University, Psychology, Science

News Max

Author: Cops Who Shot My Son Products of Rogue Police Culture

The father of a West Point graduate shot dead by Las Vegas police in 2010 told Newsmax TV on Friday that his son's uniformed killers embody a culture of lawless violence infecting police forces nationwide.


Science Daily

Fungus deadly to AIDS patients found to grow on trees

Researchers have pinpointed the environmental source of fungal infections that have been sickening HIV/AIDS patients in Southern California for decades.


Related Topix: us Travel, Travel, Genetics, Medicine, Infectious Diseases


Gombe chimpanzee calls available after 40-year wait

Frans Plooij was a graduate student at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands in 1971 when he went to the Gombe National Park in Tanzania to study chimpanzee migration with his new wife, Hetty van de Rijt-Plooij.


Related Topix: Netherlands, World News, Europe, United Kingdom, Family, Parenting, Durham, NC

What to do in Oklahoma on Aug. 21, 2014: Oklahoma City Storytelling...

The Arts Council of Oklahoma City's 34th Annual Oklahoma City Storytelling Festival begins at 7 tonight at the Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive.


Related Topix: Oklahoma City, OK, Arts, Poetry, Libraries

Thu Aug 21, 2014


Returning students will see some new faces on campus

Erika Lietzan moved to Columbia on June 8 with her husband, Karl, and their two daughters, Sophia, 9, and Effie, 2, along with two cats.


Related Topix: Columbia, MO, Greenwich Village (New York, NY), UC Los Angeles, Healthcare Law, Law, University of Pennsylvania

US News & World Report

Understand Your Options for Financing MBA Conferences

Like many students who are starting school, MBAs will see their leisure time shrink in the next few weeks.


Related Topix: University of Arizona, Gay/Lesbian, Transgender

Vancouver Courier

Exotic Vancouver Courier: Carrboro, North Carolina

Favourite memories of trip: This summer the Courier's arts and entertainment editor travelled to hot and humid North Carolina for the 25th anniversary of venerable indie label Merge Records.


Related Topix: Carrboro, NC, Travel

Exporting Coal To Asia Could Reduce Emissions 21%

Under the right scenario, exporting U.S. coal to power plants in South Korea could lead to a 21 percent drop in greenhouse gas emissions compared to burning the fossil fuel at plants in the United States, according to a new Duke University-led study.


Related Topix: Global Warming


Clintrax Global, Inc. Announces Addition to Executive Team

Clintrax Global, Inc., a worldwide provider of clinical research services located in Raleigh, NC, recently announced the addition of Bradford Evans as Vice President of Administration.


Related Topix: Raleigh, NC, Durham, NC, University of South Carolina, Medical University of South Carolina

The Washington Post

A shocking statistic about the quality of education research

In 1968, an article in Kappan magazine titled "The Need for Replication in Education Research" by education Professor Robert H. Bauernfeind said: The principle of replication is the cornerstone of scientific inquiry.


Related Topix: University of Connecticut, Education

Revisions To 'Transcending Obamacare' Based On Reader Feedback

The Apothecary, a blog about health care and entitlement reform, is edited by Avik Roy, a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research and a former health-care policy adviser to Mitt Romney.


Related Topix: Health Care Policy, Health, US Politics, US News, Mitt Romney, North Carolina, Medicare

Wed Aug 20, 2014

Burlington Times News

Witness for Sheriff refutes traffic stop study

The rate at which Alamance County deputies stopped Hispanics at checkpoints isn't significant compared to data from agencies in a number of nearby counties - and is even lower than in some of those locations, according to an expert witness.


Related Topix: Alamance County, NC, US News, Mathematics, Science

Wall Street Journal

The Golden Age of Neuroscience Has Arrived

More than a billion people were amazed this summer when a 29-year-old paraplegic man from Brazil raised his right leg and kicked a soccer ball to ceremonially begin the World Cup.


Related Topix: Opinion

US News & World Report

Jim Foley's Beheading Could Build U.S. Appetite for Aggressive Response in Iraq

Islamic extremists may have set back their "cause" with the beheading of American journalist Jim Foley.


Related Topix: Iraq, World News, Middle East, Terrorism,

Business Journal

Nail polish developed at N.C. State alerts wearers to date rape drugs

Imagine being able to use your finger nail polish as a diagnostic to determine if there's a roofie in your drink.


WPTV Local News

News21: Public-carry laws expand gun rights

The national News21 Initiative brings together a select group of student journalists to produce a major national investigation into a topic of wide interest.


Related Topix: Guns, Wickenburg, AZ


NSBA mourns the passing of school law leader Ann Little Majestic

Ann Majestic was elected to the National School Boards Association Council of School Attorneys Board of Directors in 1991, and served as the Chair from spring of 1998 to spring of 1999.


Related Topix: Harvard University


ACT Scores Paint Troubling Picture For Students Of Color

As American students return to classes in a public education system projected to be majority minority for the first time this fall, new test scores provide alarming evidence that students of color remain far behind their white counterparts.


Related Topix: Standardized Testing, Education, African-American, Georgetown University