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Happy Thursday everyone! Welcome to today's installment of pleasant daily news from the U.S. and abroad. I hope these stories bring some inspiration to your day. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Post-Star, Published in Glens Falls, New York, USA 
In today's front pages, much is happening in regional and national news as the country deals with the pandemic and prepares for the upcoming election. The campaign trail blazes on, Supreme Court confirmation hearings continue, early voting begins, and various states confront homelessness and changes in local leadership. As always, our selections are curated from Newseum.
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On October 14th, 1964, civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968), earned the Nobel Peace Prize for nonviolent resistance to racial prejudice and discrimination in the United States of America. The son of a Baptist minister, Reverend Michael King, Sr., and Alberta King (Williams), Martin Luther King, Jr...
The main headline for today centers on the hearings that began yesterday for potential, new Supreme Court Justice, Amy Coney Barrett. Other news items include recreational pieces as New York tries to popularize lesser known hiking trails and Massachutsetts looks to increase revenue through marijuana. As always, these headlines are courtesy of
The dev team continues to support the library and college by adding new and exciting features to our tech-ecosystem and keeping all our systems and services running and updated.Library App Relaunched: Our biggest push this semester was updating the TC Library app and relaunching it on the App Store and
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Happy Indigenous Peoples' Day! As we celebrate the lives of Native Americans and their rich and deeply rooted culture, let us not forget to recognize the injustices that they've experienced over the last five centuries, and who the land we live on was taken from. Today we remember the genocide that took place right here in America and reflect on the mistakes of our past, as well as the systemic hardships they've caused for the Indigenous people of this country. Today's selections are focused on them. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on
Welcome to this week’s Sunday news edition! Today’s news items focus on election updates and stories related to coronavirus. As always, these headlines are courtesy of The Los Angeles Times, Published in Los Angeles, California
This research guide is intended as an overview of library resources and services of particular relevance for Professor Ioana Literat’s Fall 2020 course MSTU 4016, The History of Communication. The resources, primarily electronic but also some in print, have been selected to support the objectives of the course, i.e., "to introduce students to the history of communication, while explicating the relationship between communication and sociocultural change." ...
Today’s news takes a look around the country at local trends and events—from outdoor education and new ways to encourage physical education, to supporting local business and economy, to coronavirus and election news. These stories were collected from