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Article ID: 21143

Black Krannert MBA Team Wins National Competition

Purdue University

A Purdue University Krannert Graduate School of Management team walked away with top honors and a $12,000 prize in a case competition at the 30th Annual National Black MBA Association Convention.

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Article ID: 21142

Ag Grads Report Higher Starting Salaries

Purdue University

The average starting salary for Purdue University's May agricultural graduates is almost $1,800 higher than that received by last year's graduates. The survey results show that 92 percent of the 332 graduates reported they have either found employment or are furthering their education.

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Article ID: 21141

Book Chronicles Agricultural Revolution Of 20th Century

Purdue University

A tiller of the soil in biblical times could have visited a farm in 1900 and felt right at home with the tools in the barn. If he moved his visit forward 100 years the ancient agriculturalist "might think he was on a different planet," say two Purdue University authors.

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Article ID: 21135

First National Napping Day for Women

Boston University

Camille & Bill Anthony, co-authors of The Art of Napping at Work, have declared the Sunday marking the end of daylight savings time to be National Napping Day for Women.

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19-Oct-2000 12:00 AM EDT
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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 21129

Voting Laws Discriminate Against Mentally Disabled

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

An Arkansas researcher says more than a million people may be banned from voting booths this November. Their crime: to suffer from mental disabilities that place them under psychological guardianship.

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Article ID: 21123

Digitizing the History of Home Economics

Cornell University

Mann at Cornell University has received a National Leadership Grant for Preservation or Digitization for Libraries from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to preserve and make available worldwide the most important and influential volumes on the history of home economics.

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Article ID: 21122

Home Economics Was a Historical Gateway for Women

Cornell University

The Cornell University College of Human Ecology celebrates the centennial of home economics with events reflecting the view that home economics was an early model of how American women began to apply basic research in science and medicine to the improvement of human lives.

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Article ID: 21103

Historian of the American Left Comments on Gus Hall

Hamilton College

Maurice Isserman, professor of history at Hamilton College says "Apart from Kim Il-Sung and Fidel Castro, no Communist leader in the world ruled his own party as long as Gus Hall ruled over American Communists."

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18-Oct-2000 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 21101

More Colleges and Universities Require Diversity Courses

Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU)

National Survey Finds that Sixty-Two Percent of Responding Schools Require At Least One Diversity Class or Are In the Process of Developing Diversity Requirements.

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Article ID: 21100

New Wave of Exorcisms Seen

University of Washington

Re-release of "The Exorcist" and a new TV documentary will trigger a new wave of requests for exorcisms, according to a researcher whose work shows some people can be convinced they witnessed a demonic possession even though they said such an event is not plausible. (The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied)

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