June 15, 2021

Private schools are the real college admissions scandal.

The Supreme Court kicked the can down the road today on the case of Students for Fair Admissions’ case against Harvard University, with an invitation to the solicitor general to write a brief expressing the view of the United States. The invitation is a delay, but the case will be considered again. SFFA attempts to argue that the nation’s most famous college discriminates against Asian Americans in the admissions process, and even though it’s lost twice in court, it’s expected that this current court, packed with conservative justices, would rule in favor of the astroturf organization dedicated to killing affirmative

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University of Iowa grad crowned Miss Iowa 2021

University of Iowa grad crowned Miss Iowa 2021

This weekend Grace Lynn Keller was crowned Miss Iowa 2021. Keller, a University of Iowa graduate, will represent Iowa in the 100th anniversary of Miss America in December. Her social impact initiative includes a literacy program for student between kindergarten and third grade. For her talent portion she performed a contemporary dance. Keller received a car and an apartment for her year of service as Miss Iowa. Maggie Leach, 17, of Pella, was crowned Miss Iowa’s Outstanding Teen. Her social impact initiative was focused on

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20 in Their 20s: Jackson Foster

Jackson Foster, founder and chief executive, Edily.

Photo by HEROMADE PHOTOGRAPHY

Jackson Foster, 29
Company: Edily
Title: Founder and Chief Executive
Business: Education technology
Location: San Francisco
Employees: 3

What led you to start this business? 
I had been thinking a lot about this concept of my high school teachers as personal heroes to me, and how many of my peers had similar experiences. We value these educators so much and yet often don’t recognize or pay them proportionally, while on social media, influencers are making a living off their followings. I’ve been thinking about how to enable

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Education, Access Are Major Barriers to Genetic Testing for Breast, Ovarian Cancers

Oncologist Susan Miesfeldt, MD, of MaineHealth, discussed the importance of genetic testing and counseling for breast and ovarian cancers as well as barriers that must be addressed in order to reach more patients eligible for these services.

In an interview with Pharmacy Times, oncologist Susan Miesfeldt, MD, of MaineHealth, discussed the importance of genetic testing and counseling for breast and ovarian cancers as well as barriers that must be addressed in order to reach more patients eligible for these services.

Miesfeldt worked with a team of experts in a recent nationwide effort to improve these services, with a poster of

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WATCH NOW: Gary Brown: ‘I’ve had the best career anybody could hope for’ | Local news

“I am the luckiest guy in the world because I have spent the last 41 years having relationships, personal, profession and work, with the best of the best,” he said. “The people out there caring for us every day are incredible.”

Throughout the years, Brown has seen his fair share of floods, fires, chemical events and car accidents, “but there’s always one call in your career that tends to stand out.”

For Brown it’s a little girl. She was crossing the road near Morningside when she was struck by a car.

“It was a single patient event but I will

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A Florida college student who gave his shoes and clothes to a homeless man on the side of an interstate goes viral on TikTok

The college student Jabari Richardson gave his belongings to a man along I-10. amburandlex
  • A bystander captured a video of Jabari Richardson helping a man in Tallahassee, Florida.

  • The video was shared to TikTok and has amassed more than 5 million views.

  • Richardson told WTXL he was in the process of moving when he spotted the man on I-10.

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A Florida college student is being praised as a good Samaritan for giving away his belongings to a homeless man along a roadside.

The student, identified as Jabari Richardson by the Tallahassee news station

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