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Julie Hermann Apologizes for 'Classless' Display On Certain Rutgers Football Fans' Parts

Sep 15, 2014 PM EDT Julie Hermann, athletic director at Rutgers University, has issued a public apology for some "classes" actions from the school's football fan base. ...

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New Drug Target May Prevent Global Cause of Maternal Death

Sep 15, 2014 PM EDT A new target for drugs could prevent the deaths of thousands of women in the developing world due to heavy blood loss after childbirth. ...

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Working with Aggressive Children May Prevent Them from Becoming Violent, Criminal Adults

Sep 15, 2014 PM EDT Aggressive children who receive early intervention are less likely to become violent criminals or psychiatrically troubled adults, according to a recent study. ...

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US News College Rankings: Top 10 Most Selective Schools in the Nation

Sep 15, 2014 PM EDT When considering a highly selective school, it is important to really examine what they have to offer and if it is the best possible fit for you. ...

Menthol cigarette smoking is steadily increasing among young adults.

Stressing the Benefits of Quitting May Be a Better Strategy for Dissuading Smokers

Sep 15, 2014 PM EDT Positive messages may be more effective at persuading smokers to quit than messages that emphasized the negative outcomes, according to a recent study. ...

Dr. Scott Dalrymple

Columbia College President to Play One Student in a Game of Madden, On the Line are Free Textbooks

Sep 15, 2014 AM EDT In about a month, students at Columbia College (CC) in Missouri will have the chance to pass their textbook bill on to the school's president if they can pass one test: beat him in a game of "Madden ...

Early Intervention Prevents Aggressive Children Turn into Troubled Adults, Study.

Early Intervention Prevents Aggressive Children Turn into Troubled Adults, Study

Sep 15, 2014 AM EDT Early intervention prevents aggressive children into becoming violent criminals or psychiatrically troubled adults, according to a study led by the Duke University. ...

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Adolescents, Young Adults Smoke Marijuana to Manage Negative Moods

Sep 15, 2014 AM EDT People usually get high to when they are feeling down, according to a recent study. ...

ASU to Remove Christian Cross from Football Helmets after Complaint.

ASU to Remove Christian Cross from Football Team's Helmets after Complaint

Sep 15, 2014 AM EDT The Arkansas State University has decided to remove the Christian cross decal from Footballers' helmets as it allegedly violates the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution. ...

WV Inmates Can Earn College Degree through Rehabilitation Program.

WV Inmates Can Earn College Degree through Rehabilitation Program

Sep 15, 2014 AM EDT West Virginia male inmates can now earn a four-year college degree through the new Mount Olive Correctional Complex Moral Rehabilitation program. ...

Wake Forest Hospital to Conduct Autopsy to Determine Cause of Death of ASU Student.

Wake Forest Hospital to Conduct Autopsy to Determine Cause of Death of ASU Student

Sep 15, 2014 AM EDT Anna Smith, an 18-year-old Appalachian State University student, was found dead Saturday in a wooded area near the campus. ...

Ohio University Asked To Apologise Following Arrest of Pro-Israel Students.

Ohio University Asked To Apologise Following Arrest of Pro-Israel Students (UPDATE)

Sep 15, 2014 AM EDT Hillel International, a Jewish campus organisation, is demanding a public apology from the Ohio University over the arrest of four pro-Israel students during a protest. ...

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