Monthly Archives: June 2021

Universities slash faculties and blame Covid

A Covid-19 awareness panel at the University of Vermont, where administrators are moving forward with a plan to end 12 major programs, 11 minor and four master’s programs. (Lisa Rathke / AP Photo) To subscribe to The nation Subscribe now for as low as $ 2 per month! Thank you …

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Community calendar | News, Sports, Jobs

MON / 6-21 Calcutta Trustees of the Township of St. Clair, 4 pm, Peter Metrovich Community Center; no mask required if fully vaccinated. Canfield South Range School Board, 7 p.m., K-12 Auditorium Leetonia Leetonia School Board, 6 p.m., Primary Library; special meeting with legal counsel regarding an ongoing or imminent …

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Supreme Court unanimously upholds religious freedom over LGBTQ rights – and hails bigger victory for conservatives ahead

Eds: This story was provided by The Conversation for AP customers. The Associated Press does not guarantee the content. (THE CONVERSATION) It ​​wasn’t a dramatic expansion of religious rights – yet. But the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of a Catholic adoption agency that had been kicked out of Philadelphia …

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4 best careers to pursue with a social work degree

Social work is a rewarding career that requires even more professionals than ever before. Most people come into careers with a passion and career goals that are all about making a difference in society. But still, many people only have a basic idea of ​​what social workers do. As for …

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Discussion FOCUS: World Refugee Week

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Utah is home to more than 65,000 refugees from over 20 different countries. These are people who have left their country of origin due to political conflicts, wars, ethnic cleansing, regime change, forced displacement, etc. They often fear persecution for reasons related to race, religion, …

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How to stay cool on a budget this week

HANNIBAL (WFEM) – The Tri-States are heating up, and it will only get hotter. To stay cool on a budget, Lowe’s Deputy Director of Operations Misty Long suggests using ceiling fans in high traffic areas, cleaning and replacing air filters and coils, and ‘insulate your ceiling. Her number one money-saving …

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LNP wants $ 20 million social start-up fund for Qld

The National Liberal Party has pledged loans for social enterprise start-ups, a new budget watchdog and a customer service minister if it wins Queensland’s next election. Opposition Leader David Crisafulli used his budget response speech on Thursday to reveal his plans for lending to social enterprises to help employ vulnerable …

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