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Feb 16 2023
I had no idea where I wanted to go to college. All I knew was that, eventually, I’d end up at one of the universities in my home state of Michigan. During my senior year of high school, when one of my best friends invited me to go with her to Michigan State University (MSU) to visit her brother, I saw it as a chance to check out one of my options. By the time we left, my decision was made. I’dNBC Today Show
Mar 15 2023
Celebrated Christian singer Michael W. Smith believes “something’s happening” regarding revival and spirituality, referencing the many moves of God he sees unfolding in culture right now.
“God is on the move,” he told Christian Headlines. “I’m so grateful that I’m alive to get to see it.”
Smith, who was recently in Vietnam performing at the Spring Love Festival, said he also seesCBN
Feb 20 2023
Vanderbilt University Staff Apologized For Using AI To Write An Email To Students About The Shooting At Michigan State
Staff members at Vanderbilt University sent an email to students using text generated by artificial intelligence to respond to the shooting at Michigan State University that killed three students.
The email, which was sent by the Peabody Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at the Nashville university’s Peabody College, was first reported by student newspaper the VanderbiltBuzzFeed News
Jan 20 2023
Today is January 20, meaning we are now halfway through President Biden’s term. On the menu today: It’s a very personal edition of the Morning Jolt, in which we look at the recent spate of Fairfax County Public Schools’ failing to inform students of their National Merit Scholarship recognition and lousing up their college applications, and district administrators’ discomfort with theNational Review (News)
Feb 17 2023
(Winter Park, FL— February 6, 2023)— The centerpiece of every season is the Annual Bach Festival which features choral masterworks, recitals, chamber music, lectures, and more over three weeks on the Rollins College campus. A favorite of Floridians for almost 90 years, the Annual Bach Festival is also an increasingly popular destination event. The performance venues are within walking distancePatch.com
Jan 16 2023
If it’s possible to sum up a presidency in a single number, that number would be the president’s approval rating — or the share of Americans who approve of the job he’s doing. Arguably, that simple percentage can determine the fate of an entire presidency.
For instance, a high approval rating can marshal support for a president’s agenda and minimize his party’s losses in the midterm538 (ABC News)
Feb 17 2023
DANBURY, CONN. — Sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands. As a first-generation student growing up in New Britain, Guillermo “Gizmo” Rivera was interested in a career in media or entertainment, but he had several things working against him. His family could not afford a computer and his high school guidance counselor, based on her experiences with his older brother, hadPatch.com
Feb 17 2023
Four Mardi Gras season parades roll Friday evening: a tripleheader in Uptown New Orleans and one in Slidell. In New Orleans, the Hermes parade is led by its captain on a white horse and masked lieutenants on horseback. The club’s 34-float parade has the theme “The Apocalypse.” Look for flambeaux and a new signature float: Hermes — The Divine Trickster. The 891 male maskers will wear lightedThe Times-Picayune
Feb 14 2023
Miss. bill would create another court system in part of Jackson. Critics say it disenfranchises Black voters.
On Feb. 7, after hours of debate, the Mississippi House passed House Bill 1020, which would create a court system in the Capitol Complex Improvement District, which is a smaller portion of the city of Jackson, the state’s capital, that was created in 2017 in a bipartisan effort and includes the State Capitol Building complex, numerous state facilities and properties. “It feels like somebodyYahoo News
Mar 27 2023
A Bloomberg Law columnist is upset that students at Yale Law School didn’t protest the First Amendment and shout down an invited speaker, James Ho, a Trump-appointed judge who sits on the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
On March 15, Ho spoke at Yale Law School, and according to Vivia Chen’s opinion essay, his commentary went uninterrupted by angry student protesters.
FollowingThe Daily Signal