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DOE welcomes new Biden-Harris appointees

WASHINGTON DC – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced that new people appointed by the Biden-Harris administration have joined the team to help fight climate change and build a more prosperous clean energy future and more equitable. With these new hires, DOE appointees form a historically diverse team with 58% women, 58% BIPOC, and 21% employees identifying as ...

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VoIP players form a security alliance

By Colin C. Haley February 7, 2005 UPDATE: Nearly two dozen VoIP industry players have formed a new group to ensure VoIP security keeps pace with adoption. Led by 3Com’s TippingPoint intrusion prevention unit, the VoIP Security Alliance (VOIPSA) will organize discussion lists, publish white papers and sponsor research. Other VOIPSA members include network equipment maker Alcatel, communications software developer ...

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To the fond memory, Georgerene “Georgie” Russell

The funeral for Georgerene “Georgie” Russell, 71, a lifelong Riverton resident, will be held at 10:00 am on Monday September 27, 2021 at the Neighborhood Alliance Church. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. Immediately after the funeral services, everyone is invited to join the family at The Reach Clubhouse for a reception. The visitation will take place from 6:00 ...

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Palestine advocates meet to present letter to lawmakers – Boston University News Service

By Youmna SukkarBoston University Press Service BOSTON – Palestinian organizers and their allies gathered in downtown Boston this week to deliver a letter of support for the Palestinians to the offices of U.S. senators in Massachusetts. The letter called for an end to all U.S. military funding to Israel, that a version of U.S. House Bill HR 2590 be presented ...

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Businesses pledge millions to end world hunger by

Geneva, Switzerland, September 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Today, 42 companies pledged a pledge of $ 345 million to help end world hunger in a new initiative led by key international organizations. The Zero hunger Private sector Commitment is a revolutionary solution resulting from the lines of action of the United Nations Summit on Food Systems (UNFSS). It recognizes that ...

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Barnes Center needs a men’s counseling center

Men are often afraid of being belittled, laughed at or ridiculed for talking about their emotions. Syracuse University must provide male students with the support they need to help de-stigmatize men’s mental health issues. Many men internalize their emotions instead of confronting them, and mental health is rarely discussed among men. The pervasiveness of “bro culture” and toxic masculinity makes ...

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Alumni News – September 2021

Jamella Foster ’17 has always had a passion for sport. Elementary and Middle School basketball and soccer rec league. Cross country in college. High school basketball, athletics, softball and recreational soccer. Four years as a member of the Roanoke College women’s basketball team – her final year as team captain. Quite naturally, Foster, who holds a BA in Communication Studies ...

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Sanae Takaich hopes to be the first female leader in Japan

Mr. Abe is widely seen as failing to deliver on his promises to advance women in society. In the World Economic Forum’s annual gender gap analysis, Japan, which has the world’s third-largest economy, ranks 120th out of 156 countries. Women are still struggling to gain traction in Japanese politics, especially at the national level. Yuriko Koike, the governor of Tokyo, ...

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True Crime Book Focus Group from Rodman | News, Sports, Jobs

Ashley Mock, Reference Librarian at the Rodman Public Library at Alliance, will lead a new True Mystery Novel focus group starting in October. (Photo submitted) If reading up on actual embezzlement and misconduct is your idea of ​​a good time, then you must join the True Crime Junkies. Led by Ashley Mock, Reference Librarian at the Rodman Public Library at ...

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