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Ohio State names California educator as President

Trustees voted unanimously in favor of University of California, Irvine chancellor Michael Drake to become the 15th president of Ohio State. ...

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CSU brings the spirit of African-American music

In observance of African American History Month, Clark State Community College and Central State University will co-present a free concert on Friday, February 7, 7:30 p.m. at the Clark State Performing Arts Center, Kuss Auditorium in Springfield. ...

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Our Voice – Guarding our Depiction

In her new autobiography, Spirit Rising, the Beninese singer Angelique Kidjo writes of her dismay over her interactions with Americans who were shocked by her educated poise and non-primitive ways. ...

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Highlights from Obama’s State of the Union Address

President Barack Obama urged Congress to help restore opportunity for Americans but pledged to take action himself Tuesday in his fifth State of the Union address before Congress. ...

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About That Car – 2014 Nissan Note SV

The Nissan Versa Note SV was one of those capable vehicles that seem to have slipped under the radar. ...

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FSU, Jameis Winston wins Heisman Trophy

NEW YORK (AP) _ Jameis Winston left voters no choice but to give him the Heisman Trophy. And like every other Florida State victory this season, it was a blowout. The quarterback they call Famous Jameis became the youngest Heisman winner and the second straight freshman to win the trophy Saturday night, earning college football's most prestigious individual trophy award with a performance so dominant even a ...

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Meechie – Sit, Walk, Run

A proud message from Meechie ...

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Meechie – I can’t watch

I can't watch .... ...

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Amiri Baraka

When the poet and writer Amiri Baraka passed away last week after a short illness, obituaries in mainstream papers frequently used descriptions such as controversial and polarizing. ...

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Lawyers for S.C. teen executed in 1944 have new info

Stinney, who was black, was executed just 84 days after the two white girls were killed in Jim Crow-era South Carolina, where the legal system routinely found blacks guilty even in cases with scant evidence. ...

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