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  1. Holding on to our humanityRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Bladen Journal

    A minister asked this question from the pulpit Sunday morning and suggested that his listeners consider recent news stories relating to "enhanced interrogation" procedures by the Central Intelligence Agency. If we think these enhanced tactics or torture could be justified on the grounds that they were effective in providing useful intelligence, do we show a high tolerance for brutality? Will we accept brutality if it achieves effectively some desired results? For instance, some people in our region in years past embraced lynching as an effective way to deter crime and keep certain people "in their places."

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  2. Decide if a Historically Black College is a Good FitRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | US News & World Report

    Shows such as "A Different World" and the reality series "College Hill" offered a glimpse of black college life for kids growing up in the '80s, '90s and '00s. Aside from VH1's recent movie "Drumline: A New Beat," today's teens a who are interested in a historically black college or university may have fewer pop culture references as inspirationa a when deciding where they'll apply.

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  3. Holding on to our humanityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Richmond County Daily Journal

    A minister asked this question from the pulpit Sunday morning and suggested that his listeners consider recent news stories relating to "enhanced interrogation" procedures by the Central Intelligence Agency. If we think these enhanced tactics or torture could be justified on the grounds that they were effective in providing useful intelligence, do we show a high tolerance for brutality? Will we accept brutality if it achieves effectively some desired results? For instance, some people in our region in years past embraced lynching as an effective way to deter crime and keep certain people "in their places."

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  4. OncoTab, Inc. to Present at Biotech ShowcaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PRWeb

    OncoTab, Inc. , a University of North Carolina at Charlotte spin-out company, announced today that it has been selected to present at the 7th Annual Biotech Showcasea . The invitation to participate in the prestigious biotechnology showcase comes on the heels of OncoTab's rebranding and technology platform expansion.

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  5. Comparisons of computational methods for differential alternative...Read the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | BioMed Central

    Department of Bioinformatics and Genomics, University of North Carolina at Charlotte,North Carolina Research Campus, 600 Laureate Way, Kannapolis, 28081 NC, USA BackgroundAlternative Splicing as a post-transcription regulation mechanism is an important application of RNA-seq studies in eukaryotes. A number of software and computational methods have been developed for detecting AS.

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  6. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Not Fully UnderstoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 1999 | Science Daily

    Chronic fatigue syndrome is a "multidimensional illness experience" that is not well-understood by researchers and health care professionals, according to scientists at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and the University of Medicine and Dentistry at the New Jersey Medical School. Chronic fatigue syndrome is a "multidimensional illness experience" that is not well-understood by researchers and health care professionals, according to scientists at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and the University of Medicine and Dentistry at the New Jersey Medical School.

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  7. 10 Credit Predictions for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | The CPA Technology Advisor

    A crystal ball is a valuable thing. After all, if any of us truly had one, we could make a killing in the stock market.

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  8. Sun Valley students milk competition for all it's worthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Union County Weekly

    Sun Valley's FFA chapter has attended the annual North Carolina FFA State Dairy Evaluation Development Event for more than 20 years, with groups placing in the Top 5 and Top 10 of their respective categories multiple times throughout the years. But the chapter finally made it to the top this year, taking first place in the 2014 NC FFA Senior Dairy Evaluation competition on Nov. 20. "I thought somebody was playing a trick on us," Sun Valley FFA advisor Dale Cochran said about the moment he was told his students had won the state competition.

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  9. Parade returns to Union CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Union County Weekly

    The event included vendors, dozens of floats, high school marching bands, demonstrations from dance and ROTC groups, nativities, horses, favorite Christmas and winter characters and a special visit from the Man in the Red Suit and his eight reindeer as the grand finale. Josh Whitener has been with Union County Weekly since he started freelancing for the newspaper in summer 2010.

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  10. CanDiag Inc. Expands Product Scope Under a New Name: OncoTab, Inc.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | PRWeb

    We've extended our platform's applications beyond breast cancer diagnostics to include imaging and therapies, and our new name is a reflection of that evolution. CanDiag, Inc., a University of North Carolina at Charlotte spin-out company has changed its name to OncoTab, Inc. "The new name is a more accurate representation of where we are today," said CEO and Chief Science Officer, Dr. Pinku Mukherjee, PhD.

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  11. More suspensions handed down in UNCC baseball hazing caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | WSOCTV

    University of North Carolina at Charlotte officials said more suspensions have been handed down in connection with an alleged hazing situation with the baseball team. Chancellor Philip DuBois sent Channel 9 a statement saying the school's investigation into allegations of misconduct resulted in the suspensions of two more students.

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  12. Stacking Two-Dimensional Materials May Lower Cost of Semiconductor DevicesRead the original story

    Nov 12, 2014 | Science, Industry and Business

    A team of researchers led by North Carolina State University has found that stacking materials that are only one atom thick can create semiconductor junctions that transfer charge efficiently, regardless of whether the crystalline structure of the materials is mismatched - lowering the manufacturing cost for a wide variety of semiconductor devices such as solar cells, lasers and LEDs. "This work demonstrates that by stacking multiple two-dimensional materials in random ways we can create semiconductor junctions that are as functional as those with perfect alignment" says Dr. Linyou Cao, senior author of a paper on the work and an assistant professor of materials science and engineering at NC State.

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  13. Shildt to Manage Memphis Redbirds in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | The Daily News

    ... ureau. He has five years of collegiate coaching experience split between stops at the University of North Carolina Charlotte and UNC Asheville.

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  14. 'A surprise and an honor'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Richmond County Daily Journal

    Daily JournalGene McLaurin, Richmond County's state senator and a former Rockingham mayor, receives a congratulatory handshake from Russell Bennett after being named Richmond County Citizen of the Year. Daily JournalGene McLaurin, Richmond County's state senator and a former Rockingham mayor, receives a congratulatory handshake from Russell Bennett after being named Richmond County Citizen of the Year.

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  15. The Eco Village Concept: Climate Mitigation Might Require ExperimentationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Planetizen

    Situated in the Town of Ithaca, New York, EVI consists of three tightly-clustered residential neighborhoods with direct access to over 100 acres of open space, two community-supported farms, and several independent businesses. The land consists of five parcels, each owned by a separate non-profit entity, and controlled by the consensus decisions of neighborhood inhabitants.

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  16. Time Out Youth: It's all for the kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Q-Notes

    Pictured Above: TIme Out Youth Center captured the Equality North Carolina Foundation's 2014 Organization of the Year. Staff and interns show their pride about the award.

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  17. UAB bucks urban school trend in spiking football programRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Business Journal

    That's what Steve Hall , a North Carolina-based sports marketing executive told our sister publication in Charlotte in 2013 as the University of North Carolina Charlotte prepared to kick off its first football season. Clearly, the University of Alabama at Birmingham has determined that the answer is yes.

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  18. Louisville's 2016 Football Opponents FinalizedRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | Card Chronicle

    The Louisville football team will open its 2016 season at home against North Carolina Charlotte, and will wrap up the campaign with another home game against arch-rival Kentucky. Sandwiched in between those tilts will be non-conference games at Houston and Marshall, as well as the Cardinals' planned ACC slate.

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  19. Nonprofit relocating to Charlotte from Greensboro, its home for 42 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Business Journal

    The N.C. Humanities Council is moving its administrative offices to Charlotte from Greensboro, its home since it was formed in 1972. Paula Watkins , the council's executive director, will move to Charlotte, while the council's four other staff members declined to move and will not be employed by the organization, effective Jan. 31, when it will open its new offices in the Center City campus of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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  20. Restoration proceeds at Salmon River deltaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Salmon Arm Observer

    The BC Conservation Foundation recently signed a contribution agreement with Fisheries and Oceans Canada for $93,223 on behalf of the Switzmalph Cultural Society. An additional $134,130 will be contributed to this project both in-kind and from other partners for a total project value of $227,353 over two years.

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