Oct 30, 2014 -- Ken Tiller. They're doing an extended definition of selected terms for their final projects and they'll be expected to explain how their chosen term has changed over time, so they'll research some of the historical context.
Oct 30, 2014 -- POC: L. Couch - 70177
As part of 'Freak Week,' the Student Activities Board will be giving away candy in the Jefferson Lounge on the 4th floor of the Slemp Student Center. This event is from 10am-2pm or while supplies last! For more information, contact Mikaela Logan at 276-376-3430 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Catholic Campus Ministry invites you to Mass each Sunday at 4 pm in the Chapel of All Faiths. For more information, contact Rev. Brad Mathisen at 330-554-7687 or email@example.com.
Intramural Battle of the Borders Flag Football Tournament will be held on the Intramural Field at 9 am. For more information, contact Nick Marshall at 276-376-4513 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Politically themed YouTube videos could be the next target of federal regulators. The top Democrat on the Federal Election Commission strongly suggested Friday that regulators look at extending their authority to election-themed Internet videos – an area that for years has been largely hands-off for the government.
Kaci Hickox, a nurse under mandatory quarantine in New Jersey after caring for Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, has blasted more stringent state policies for dealing with health care workers returning from West Africa, saying the change could lead to medical professionals being treated like "criminals and prisoners."
A nurse isolated after returning from West Africa says she felt like a "prisoner," and local and federal officials were caught off guard by increased screening at airports in New York and New Jersey.
When a teenage gunman opened fire at students in a high school cafeteria in Washington state, a relative said, he was not shooting at random targets.
By the time he was arrested, two California sheriff's deputies were dead, a third wounded and there were three attempted carjackings -- all within six hours.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools is currently reviewing the scathing report prepared by former federal prosecutor Ken Wainstein, which showed thousands of UNC students took fraudulent classes, some of them multiple times. But Belle Wheelan, the president of the association -- which is charged with accrediting degree-granting higher education institutions in the South, from Virginia to Texas -- told CNN that her group can't take away degrees.
Police say a California sheriff's deputy was fatally shot when he and a partner approached a suspicious vehicle.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie returned to Iowa on Saturday to headline one of the biggest events on the state's political calendar and seize the chance to meet with Republican activists and fundraisers who could propel a potential White House bid in 2016.
Hillary Clinton campaigned for Sen. Kay Hagan on Saturday and decried the outside spending in the pricey race.
One of the largest gold nuggets in modern times pulled from Northern California's historic Gold Country has sold to a secret buyer.
A nurse, who faced a mandatory quarantine in New Jersey, wrote an op-ed article slamming the state's new travel policy.