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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Yanfeng hires 400+ at Highland Park factory since January

Yanfeng, headquartered in North America in Novi, has exceeded hiring targets for its Highland Park plant and now employs more than 675 people. // Image bank After a $ 30 million capital investment, global automotive supplier Yanfeng announced that it has exceeded hiring targets and now employs more than 675 people at its state-of-the-art Highland Park manufacturing facility. . “At ...

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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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Congress will fight alone against Assam side polls

Outlook September 20, 2021 5:59 PM IST Congress will fight alone against Assam side polls perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 Guwahati, Sep 20 (PTI) Congress prepares to fight by-elections in Assam, due to take place by the end of this year, alone without forming an alliance, party chairman Bhupen said on Monday Kumar Borah. The state Congress has decided ...

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Coda Octopus Group to Present Fireside Conversation with Alliance

ORLANDO, FL, September 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Coda Octopus Group, Inc. (CODA) (Nasdaq: CODA), a global leader in real-time 3D / 4D / 5D and 6D underwater imaging technologies, today announced that its management will present in a fireside chat hosted by Alliance Global Partners. This event will take place via Zoom on Monday, October 4, 2021 at 10:00 ...

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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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Nokia has resumed its participation in the O-RAN Alliance

Nokia announced that Vocus, an Australian fiber and network solutions provider, has deployed Nokia’s solution to provide 200G optical links spanning more than 4,100 km between Brisbane and Darwin. Nokia’s 1830 Photonic Service Switch (PSS) is used to upgrade Vocus optical network between Adelaide, Brisbane and Darwin to provide 200G with the ability to easily provide 300G and 400G in ...

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Aetna sues NYC, unions over ‘tainted’ health insurance contract

New York’s largest private Medicare administrator is suing the Big Apple and its local union leaders for allegedly awarding a “flawed” $ 34 billion contract to an unqualified competitor. Insurance giant Aetna’s explosive lawsuit against New York City and the municipal labor committee alleges the bidding process was set to favor Alliance, a consortium that includes Emblem Health and Anthem ...

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Environmentalist MA Predit talks about importance of Tamil Nadu state animal ‘The Nilgiri tah- The New Indian Express

Express news service The Nilgiri tahr, found in mountainous shola-grassland ecosystems, are rightly attributed to the role of “mountain guardians”. These animals help mankind to improve water catchment areas and maintain the unique ecosystem of shola grasslands, ”shares ecologist MA Predit of the World Wide Fund (WWF) India, speaking of the elusive Nilgiri tahr . As part of its initiatives ...

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Supermarket removes “All cops are bastards” smoothies

The bottles of True Fruits smoothies had obscene designs, sexual comments, and an anti-police slogan written on them. The inclusion of “ACAB”, short for “all cops are bastards”, angered French police unions. Monoprix, a French supermarket chain, has announced that it will recall the bottles with the offending packaging. Loading Something is loading. French retailer Monoprix has recalled a range ...

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