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Pro-democracy Sudanese alliance rejects military role as Arab League team arrives

Sudan’s main pro-democracy group has rejected a return to power-sharing with the military, saying it will maintain its peaceful resistance to force the generals behind the October 25 coup to step aside and do so. facing lawsuits. The Sudanese Professionals Association’s “political statement” on Sunday said it sought a civilian government of technocrats headed by an “independent national figure.” He ...

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University of Vermont to test food deconditioning system

Researchers from the University of Vermont (UVM) have teamed up with Casella Waste Systems to test a new food unpacking system. One-third of food waste in Vermont is still packaged, creating challenges for the mandatory diversion of food waste from landfills under the state’s new Universal Recycling Act (Bill 148 banned waste food from landfills from July 2020). “It’s very ...

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Governor Abbott Appoints Four Members to Texas Commission on Virtual Education | Oficina del Gobernador from Texas

November 3, 2021 | Austin, Texas | Appointment Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Rex Gore, Bernie Francis, Hannah Smith and Josue Tamarez Torres to the Texas Commission on Virtual Education for terms at the governor’s discretion. In addition, Gore was appointed chairman of the commission. The commission was established to develop and make recommendations regarding the delivery of virtual education ...

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Australia rejects French allegations of deception of AUKUS deal

SYDNEY – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dismissed accusations by French President Emmanuel Macron over a canceled $ 37 billion submarine contract. Macron recently said that Morrison lied in dropping the submarine deal before Australia joined a new security pact with the UK and US known by its acronym AUKUS. The AUKUS alliance and Australia’s cancellation of a lucrative ...

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Launch of an improved website for undocumented migrants | MSU Today

There are more than 450,000 undocumented students in the United States, according to a report by the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration. Michigan State University, like many other major universities, admits and supports students based on their academic qualifications, regardless of their immigration status. MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD, has been explicit in his advocacy for ...

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TAMUC strengthens its partnership with Paris Junior College at the Transfer Summit || Sponsored by Quality Care ER

File / eExtra News Representatives from Texas A&M University-Commerce and Paris Junior College (PJC) attended a transfer summit on Friday, October 22 to discuss strategies to improve transfer student outcomes. At the end of the summit, the two institutions signed a formal partnership agreement. The summit was held at the Rayburn Student Center on the A&M-Commerce campus, where representatives from ...

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Alliance for Osteoarthritis Action Increases Number of “Appropriate Evidence-Based Interventions for Arthritis” (AAEBI) Recognized by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from 7 to 18

Learn more about the 18 recognized AAEBI as well as the review process here: https://oaaction.unc.edu/aaebi/ Tweet this OAAA, based at the Thurston Arthritis Research Center in University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, supported this review with a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Prior to this structured review, seven “recognized” programs has been show to ...

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Are higher education institutions reducing their greenhouse gas emissions?

Times Higher Education launches a new report that examines the performance of higher education institutions in transitioning to net zero. The report investigates the 566 universities that submitted data against SDG 13, which is a call for climate action. Of university leaders polled by Times Higher Education, 80% said the SDGs are a benchmark against which they operate. But only ...

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An open letter to the Duke University administration regarding the student affairs space at Bryan Center

As such, we are unequivocally disappointed and frustrated to learn that the Duke administration has promised the Bryan Center student affairs office that Vice-President Mary Pat McMahon and her team will be leaving for the Career Center in December. They made these promises without input from students and behind the backs of student groups, even though they had promised this ...

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Sterling Candlelight Vigil Remembers Victim Of Domestic Violence

A woman allegedly killed by her husband with a hammer, after being released on bail pending another trial for allegedly kidnapping, strangling and assaulting, was recalled during a candlelight vigil at the Loudoun Farm Museum in Sterling on Friday, October 22. The assembled crowd remembered Regina Redman-Lollobrigido as a mother, daughter, teacher, aspiring teacher and fan of the Grateful Dead ...

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