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  1. Sixteen college students are working at nonprofits all over Bucks County through a program run by the Foundations Community Partnership. The students make up the Summer Youth Corps program run and funded by the Foundations Community Partnership.

  2. Kids These Days

    Oregon Public Broadcasting4 days ago

    Monto, a sociology professor at the University of Portland, researches the high school and college student age group as well as recent college graduates – a generation sometimes referred ...

  3. What started as a personal project has since evolved into a sociology experiment: She envisions a future episode, for example, where she asks men on the street if they’d ever date a pregnant ...

  4. The Huron Community Theatre (HCT) will present, “Let Him Sleep ’til it’s Time for His Funeral,” a comedy production by Peg Kehret. The play will be presented at 7 p.m. nightly Thursday, July ...

  5. “What Will Improve Outcomes?”

    Columbia University News21 hours ago

    MAKING SCHOOL BETTER Ready says CPRE seeks to "ask informed questions and apply sophisticated tools" that help determine whether policies and programs are really working. In 1985, the Consortium ...

  6. Roe v. Wade changed the lives of women

    The Gainesville Sun3 days ago

    Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement has ignited speculation about the future of Roe v. Wade. President Donald Trump’s new appointment to the Supreme Court might threaten the status of the law ...

  7. New Lamar principal a familiar face

    Odessa American2 days ago

    After spending her whole career at Lamar Early Education Center, MaryJane Hutchins has become principal of the prekindergarten campus. In her 22nd year with Ector County Independent School District ...

  8. "Quite often you will come into contact with a victim of assault or a domestic situation or fraud and they're just lost and confused and don't know how to solve their problem or who to go to ...

  9. Weiss University Professor of Law and Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania.

  10. A look at the history of Camp Ohio

    Zanesville Times Recorder19 hours ago

    Perhaps that was one reason we were so glad to get to spend a few days at Camp Ohio. The Camp Ohio site, located in Eden Township, Licking County, on Rocky Fork Creek was purchased for $1,800 in 1929.

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