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Bethlehem City Council approves ordinance that will limit student housing for the sake of South Side neighborhoods

49 minutes ago   |   The Morning Call

Bethlehem City Council on Tuesday night approved a new student housing overlay district they say will protect South Side neighborhoods by restricting new student housing to...
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Universal Orlando looking into possible changes to Dr. Seuss Landing attraction

Universal Orlando looking into possible changes to Dr. Seuss Landing attraction

1 hour ago   |   KMBC   |   2 articles

One of the Dr. Seuss books that will no longer be published because of racist and insensitive imagery is featured at Universal Orlando's Seuss Landing attraction.
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UAlbany players likely to take wait-and-see approach to next season

1 hour ago   |   Times Union

In theory, every player on the University at Albany basketball roster can return next season. That isn't likely to happen.
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Mass GOP rips House push to extend mail-in voting through June

1 hour ago   |   Boston Herald

Massachusetts Republicans ripped House lawmakers - including one of their own - for moving to extend universal mail-in voting through June during a sparsely attended informal...
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Denny Crum joins UofL for ceremonial groundbreaking on residence hall named after him

Denny Crum joins UofL for ceremonial groundbreaking on residence hall named after him

2 hours ago   |   WLKY

The University of Louisville had a special way to celebrate Denny Crum's 84th birthday.
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Stanford favored in competitive Pac-12 women's tournament

Stanford favored in competitive Pac-12 women's tournament

2 hours ago   |   Saint Louis Today

Stanford has long been one of the country's dominant programs but this is the first time in seven seasons the Cardinal come into the Pac-12 Conference tournament as the top seed.
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Creighton basketball coach apologizes for using 'terribly inappropriate analogy' after road loss

Creighton basketball coach apologizes for using 'terribly inappropriate analogy' after road loss

3 hours ago   |   KETV

Creighton's university president and its athletics director have condemned the language used by the school's head basketball coach.
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Sea Trek: Stanford researcher's childhood dreams of space bend toward the ocean deep

Sea Trek: Stanford researcher's childhood dreams of space bend toward the ocean deep

3 hours ago   |   Stanford

A keen interest in the possibility of alien life ultimately led geomicrobiologist Anne Dekas to study some of the least-examined microbes on Earth - those dwelling in the deep sea.
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With donor gifts, Stanford expands efforts to address student mental health and well-being

With donor gifts, Stanford expands efforts to address student mental health and well-being

3 hours ago   |   Stanford

The endowed directorship for Counseling and Psychological Services, held by Bina Pulkit Patel, is among the first of its kind.
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Longhorns supporters threaten university, players over 'Eyes of Texas' controversy

3 hours ago   |   Los Angeles Times

Texas linebacker DeMarvion Overshown says he received death threats when he refused to sing the school's alma mater, 'The Eyes of Texas,' which has racist roots.
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Kawhi Leonard injury update: Clippers star dealing with back spasms, ruled...

Kawhi Leonard injury update: Clippers star dealing with back spasms, ruled out vs. Celtics

Reggie Jackson replaced Leonard in the Clippers' starting lineup, joining Patrick Beverley, Paul George, Nicolas Batum and Serge Ibaka. Read more ...

Bruins winger David Pastrnak named NHL Star of the Month

Bruins winger David Pastrnak named NHL Star of the Month

The National Hockey League also recognized another local hero as a star of the month of February for her outstanding community work during the Read more ...

Universal Orlando looking into possible changes to Dr. Seuss Landing attraction

Universal Orlando looking into possible changes to Dr. Seuss Landing attraction

One of the Dr. Seuss books that will no longer be published because of racist and insensitive imagery is featured at Universal Orlando's Seuss Landing attraction. Read more ...

Jets move on from disappointing lineman Henry Anderson

Jets move on from disappointing lineman Henry Anderson

The Jets began trimming their roster on Tuesday, when they released defensive lineman Henry Anderson. The move cleared $8.2 million in salary-cap space for the Jets, bringing... Read more ...

Vikings release tight end Kyle Rudolph after 10 seasons

Vikings release tight end Kyle Rudolph after 10 seasons

The Minnesota Vikings released two-time Pro Bowl tight end Kyle Rudolph on Tuesday. The 31-year-old Rudolph spent 10 seasons with the Vikings since being a second-round pick in... Read more ...

Third train derailment reported in Upstate in 4 months

Third train derailment reported in Upstate in 4 months

A third train derailment has been reported in Anderson County within the past four months. Read more ...

Senate confirms Rouse as top economic adviser to Biden

Senate confirms Rouse as top economic adviser to Biden

The Senate confirmed Cecilia Rouse on Tuesday to become chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, making her the first Black person to serve in that role in the... Read more ...

'Vaccine, vaccine': Dolly Parton sings 'Jolene' rewrite before receiving...

'Vaccine, vaccine': Dolly Parton sings 'Jolene' rewrite before receiving first COVID-19 shot

The Grammy-winning singer, actor and humanitarian posted a video on Tuesday of her singing just before getting her vaccine. Read more ...

Creighton coach McDermott apologizes for 'plantation' remark

Creighton coach McDermott apologizes for 'plantation' remark

OMAHA, Neb. - Creighton coach Greg McDermott apologized Tuesday for urging his players to “stay on the plantation” in a postgame locker room talk following a loss over the weekend. Read more ...

Changes in COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths will guide state's decisions...

Changes in COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths will guide state's decisions, officials say

As New Hampshire officials try to plan for the coming months of the COVID-19 pandemic, they said their decisions will continue to be made based on the available data. Read more ...