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Facebook has announced its plan to incorporate another way to send people money, bank online and purchase goods and services through its new feature, Libra Cryptocurrency.
Professor of Art History Jon Leaver spoke about the art of conserving paintings Tuesday in the Executive Dining Hall.
Saudi Arabian women are seeking asylum from oppressive guardianship laws, and companies like Apple and Google are contributing to their lack of safety by refusing to remove the Absher app from their app stores.
Natural Cycles was approved last month by the FDA as a medical device for use as a contraceptive.
In honor of Brian Tresner’s imminent retirement, faculty and students gathered for his last lecture Tuesday in the President’s dining room.
Last month Mexico City suffered a devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake that left more than 200 dead. Fortunately, the seismic warning system that has been in place since 1991 successfully gave the population crucial seconds to flee vulnerable buildings and prepare for the worst. The United States, however, has no such system in place; if an […]
Roughly 100 faculty and staff members filled the Campus Center Ballroom A for the spring State of the University address and wine and cheese reception Thursday.
Facebook claims to be working on its hiring process by providing its recruiters with diverse training programs but still finds itself behind the curve.
From journalism to technology to entertainment, Assistant Professor of Communications – Public Relations Anastacia “Staci” Baird has developed expertise in a variety of communications fields.