Monthly Archives: May 2015
. By Ron Burdo: Our sages teach us in Bava Metzia: “Poor of your town – your poor come first.” In Anglophone cultures, this principle is known as “charity begins at home.” Ron Burdo argues that given the changing circumstances
LAWRENCE — In partnership with colleagues at Wichita State University (WSU), University of Kansas researchers from the Achievement & Assessment Institute’s Center for Educational Opportunity Programs (CEOP) will work for the next seven years to evaluate the effectiveness of a
Naruto fans will either be excited or upset that yet another new manga has come out for the series, personally I am excited. It was announced previously that a new anime film was being made called Baruto – Naruto The
By SCOTT SHELDON (Open Post) Let’s cut to the chase — obtaining a mortgage to buy a home or refinance one you already own is not cheap. There are no two ways about it. Encumbering property is going to cost
P/$ RATE STANDS AT P44.52/$1 The peso exchange rate closed lower at P44.52 to the US dollar yesterday at the Philippine Dealing & Exchange Corp. (PDEx) from P44.32 the previous day. The weighted average rate depreciated to P44.52 from P44.25.
Disturbance reported at Springston home by Ivan Foley Landmark editor While Dr. Scott Springston was still serving as the superintendent of the Park Hill School District, police responded to a reported domestic disturbance at his Weatherby Lake home. According to
0:57 Siena’s Steve Greenberg says support is greater upstate and on Long Island, than in New York City. The city’s teacher’s union, the United Federation of Teachers, remained neutral in the boycott, while the dominant union in the rest of
The International Triathlon Union (ITU) is pleased to announce it has extended its World Triathlon Series (WTS) contract with Lagardère Unlimited until 2020. “Continuing our partnership with Lagardère Unlimited is a very positive move for triathlon, as it further solidifies
Oil and bunker industry veteran Dr Rudy Kassinger says there is little point in delaying the implementation of a 0.50 percent global sulfur cap for marine fuels until 2020, or even 2025. The global cap on the sulfur content of
When Cardinals’ first-round pick D. J. Humphries first arrived in Tempe Friday morning, his first stop was to the office of General Manager Steve Keim, where the two engaged in brief small talk. At one point, Keim asked Humphries what
Johnson ControlsвЂ (NYSE:JCI) second quarter fiscal 2015 revenues declined 3% year-on-year, to reach $9.2 billion, as gains were primarily offset by the negative impact of currency translation. [ 1] However, excluding the impact of foreign currency headwinds, revenue grew 4%.
Senior Jeff Singer signed to play baseball for Doane four years ago, but if you look at the roster, you won’t find a jersey number by his name. Singer is finishing his final year at Doane as part of the