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More Than 700 Freshmen Take Ice Bucket Challenge at Clarkson University

More than 700 freshmen at Clarkson University took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

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Girls in Little League World Series Should Thank Female Baseball Pioneer Toni Stone

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Little League World Series: GW Youth Sports Experts Available

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Temple Univ. "Thrill-Seeking" Expert Can Discuss Robin Williams Suicide

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On the Move: Texas Tech Unveils New One-of-a-Kind Food Truck

Texas Tech University unveils the first school-owned food truck on a Big 12 campus. The StrEat food truck is a branch off an established eatery in Texas Tech's Student Union Building, offering unique, on-the-go menu items.

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Technology Can Help Parents with Their Kids’ Homework, Says Computer Science Professor

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Elephant-Sized Effort for World Elephant Day

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The 96 Elephants campaign has launched an elephant-sized effort to commemorate World Elephant Day on Tuesday, August 12th.

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FutureFood 2050 Highlights Solutions for U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit

Interviews from FutureFood 2050 share scientific, entrepreneurial, and cultural perspectives on the food security and nutrition challenges facing Africa, including insights from Nobel Peace Prize Winner and former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan

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The Great War: Florida State University Experts Available to Comment on 100th Anniversary of World War I

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We, Robot: AU Prof. Despina Kakoudaki Available for Comment

Robots and androids hold a powerful sway on our cultural imagination. Countless science fiction books and films have depicted artificial intelligence. Why do we find artificial people fascinating?

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