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1 min ago | News Observer
As a U.S. congressman probes for answers to why the NCAA has not dug into the academic scandal at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, the association is working on a "clarification" of its regulations as they relate to academic misconduct.
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7 hrs ago | Freshnews
The Blackstone Charitable Foundation, together with Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet and the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado Law School, today announced the launch of the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network , a three-year initiative to help Colorado jumpstart the development of ... (more)
11 hrs ago | The Georgetown Times
Jim Rogers will be at Clock Tower Books, 105 Screven St., Georgetown on Friday, April 25 from 5 to 7 p.m. He will be doing a book signing and reading from his latest book, 'Starts and Stops Along the Way.'
15 hrs ago | Outside the Beltway
The discussion thread on yesterday's posting " Supreme Court Upholds Michigan Referendum Banning Affirmative Action In Higher Education " is uncharacteristically ugly, with more slinging of insults than thoughtful debate.
United for Libraries and Algonquin Books will present "Journey of a Book: From Writer to Reader" at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 30 in Room 1E16 at Book Expo America.
The downtown Trust Building on West Main Street is under contract for sale to a partnership that includes Alston Gardner, a founder and a partner in an Atlanta-based private equity firm.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
The reading specialist who questioned the literacy level of athletes who were admitted to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill says she's resigning at the end of the semester.
Duke researchers receive Team Science Award DURHAM - The American Association for Cancer Research on April 6 awarded the eighth annual AACR Team Science Award to the Duke University/Johns Hopkins University/National Cancer Institute Malignant Brain Tumor Team.
New research on domestication raises more questions than it has answered. Scientists have outlined some of the key questions that have been raised about this pivotal event in human history.
Mary Willingham, the academic adviser at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill who alleged widespread illiteracy among student-athletes, is leaving the university.
An Indiana University study of reactions to the 2011 death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs suggests health communicators have a critical window of opportunity after a public figure dies to disseminate information about disease prevention and detection.
West Lincoln High School senior Matthew Mault is one of 1,200 students from across the country that will begin their college undergraduate career with the United States Air Force Academy this fall.
For thousands of years humans have been tinkering with plant genetics, even when they didn't realize that is what they were doing, in an effort to make stronger, healthier crops that endured climates better, and produced more.
Conrado M. Gempesaw, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Miami University, in Ohio, will become president of St. John's University, in New York, on July 1. He will succeed the Rev.
James Edahl has joined Park Sterling Bank in Charleston as senior commercial officer.