Column: Another earthquake leaves college football faltering | national

The Southeastern Conference is growing and, in a way, getting even stronger. Three other great conferences have formed an alliance, whatever that means. And the Big 12 is a walking dead man. After a period of relative stability, college football is entering a new season faltering with aftershocks from another major earthquake. Even Nostradamus wouldn’t be willing to guess how ...

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Magnetic tape shipments decline in 2020, future growth expected

Fujifilm LTO 8 Tape Fujifilm LTO 8 Tape The LTO program has released information on LTO tape shipments in 2020. The reported compressed media shipping capacities (1.5: 1.0 compression) were 105.2 EB in 2020, down from about 7%. , 7% compared to 114 EBs shipped in 2019. The press release indicates that the real GDP growth rate declined by around ...

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The Big Ten, Pac 12, and the ACC Alliance are official (sort of)

On Tuesday, the Big Ten, Pac 12 and ACC conferences officially formed an alliance in hopes of shaping the future of college football. The announcement follows the departure of two historic Big 12 Conference programs, the University of Texas and the University of Oklahoma, to join the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The trio of commissioners held a joint press conference after ...

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Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 officially announce alliance for football and basketball programming and more

COLUMBUS, Ohio – There is no signed document linking the Big Ten, Atlantic Coast, and Pacific-12 conferences to the alliance they officially announced on Tuesday. Pac-12 commissioner George Klivakoff described the collaboration as “an agreement between three gentlemen” – himself, ACC commissioner Jim Phillips and Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren. All three said the need to collaborate on common interests ...

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ACC, BIG TEN AND PAC-12 ANNOUNCE A HISTORIC ALLIANCE

GREENSBORO, NC & ROSEMONT, IL & SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12 today announced a historic alliance that will bring together 41 world-class institutions around a collaborative approach surrounding the future evolution of varsity athletics and programming. The alliance – which has been unanimously supported by the presidents, chancellors and sports directors of the 41 institutions ...

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Scotland needs to think carefully about whether NATO is a military alliance for us

George Kerevan’s provocative article yesterday lives up to his usual high standards by spurring the wider Yes movement to debate, both within itself and with the people of Scotland, what kind of position Scotland should take in multilateral defense given its unique geopolitical place in north-eastern Europe. It must be said that some conservative voices, basically within the current leadership ...

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Laura Crossey of UNM promoted to Distinguished Professor

Professor Laura Crossey’s interest in planetary science at the University of New Mexico dates back to her childhood memory of watching the first steps on the moon on her grandmother’s black and white television in Illinois. Today, she has over 150 peer-reviewed publications and is a Distinguished Professor – the highest title the faculty can have – in the Department ...

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Union reaches deal to preserve Willow Grove through relocation

The CFMEU has entered into an agreement with the Government of New South Wales on the preservation of the heritage of Willow Grove and St Georges Terrace. The union is aware that government contractors have started dismantling the non-heritage aspects of the building. St George’s Terrace and Willow Grove were originally intended for complete demolition. The success of the Green ...

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Student organizations every UMKC student should know about

Whether you are a new student or a current student at UMKC, it can be shocking to learn that UMKC has 300 student organizations. The variety of student organizations ranges from multicultural groups to recreation with many of them. A full list of UMKCs is available here. Here is a small sample of student organizations that students should consider joining: ...

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USM Museum of Art Call for entries: Little Things Matter Sculpture Exhibition – Picayune Item

The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) Museum of Art has announced a call for nominations for Little Things Matter: National Juried Small-Scale Sculpture Exhibition, with a jury by George Beasley. This exhibition features small-scale sculptures made by artists from across the United States. Artists 18 years of age or older are invited to submit nominations of original works created within ...

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